Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival
Don't miss an evening of performances and installations by a variety of artists from Texas and beyond during the annual Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival. Photo courtesy of Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Yanaguana Indian Arts Market
Honor the artistic traditions of Native American communities during the annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival.  Photo courtesy of Briscoe Western Art Museum
WeFlamenco Fest
Celebrate the culture of flamenco all weekend long at various venues across the city. Photo by Angelo Acebo
Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Yanaguana Indian Arts Market
WeFlamenco Fest

Explore the rich culture of San Antonio through a variety of activities, festivals, and performances this weekend. Practice your best moves during WeFlamenco Fest, or celebrate the Indigenous cultures that shaped the Alamo City at Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio. 

Thursday, November 11

WeFlamenco Fest
San Antonio shines a spotlight on its rich flamenco culture with performances and activities at various venues across the city. WeFlamenco Fest is a four-day event that will feature outdoor performances, a fashion show, a documentary screening, virtual master flamenco classes from Spain, and even a flamenco percussion workshop for both children and adults. Purchase your tickets on the WeFlamenco Fest website.

Friday, November 12

The Big Bounce America
Stay elevated and enjoy a little light-hearted fun as The Big Bounce America floats into the Alamo City for a limited time. This bounce house tour includes a massive bounce castle, an inflatable basketball court, a giant slide, and a colossal ball pit. Visit the ticketing website for more information. The Big Bounce America is open through November 14. 

San Antonio River Authority presents Holiday Lights
Celebrate the holiday season with a trip to Museum Reach: San Antonio River Walk. Holiday Lights returns for another year of whimsical wonderlands, illuminated structures, and magical memories to be made. The nightly event will showcase a 30-foot musical tree light show. Admission to this event is free and open to the public. Holiday Lights will continue through January 3, 2022. 

Saturday, November 13

Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival
Honor and celebrate the artistic traditions of the Native American communities during the annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival. Activities include storytelling, artist demonstrations, workshops, lectures, weaving, carving, pottery, and Native American-inspired cuisine for attendees to discover and enjoy. The all-day festivities will begin with a special blessing and will be followed by a ceremonial drum circle. Get the full schedule of events on the festival website

Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival
Experience the work of regional, national, and international artists with the return of the annual Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival. Attendees can expect a variety of live performances and installations that transform everyday spaces into places of dreams, mystery, and wonder. Festival admission is free.