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

Shakespeare on the River
Bring the family to Arneson River Theatre to enjoy an adaptation of Shakespearian classic Romeo and Juliet Photo by Siggi Ragnar
Wine Down At the Garden
Enjoy new wines from the Texas Hill Country, live music, delicious pairings, and more at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Photo courtesy of San Antonio Botanical Garden
Jaden and Willow Smith
Jaden and Willow Smith will appear at The Aztec this weekend. Photo courtesy of Jaden and Willow Smith
Shakespeare on the River
Wine Down At the Garden
Jaden and Willow Smith

Outdoor activities make the case for braving the chilly San Antonio weather this weekend. Enjoy live music and food trucks at Solar Fest or see a family-friendly adaptation of Romeo and Juliet at the Arneson River Theatre. Whatever your taste, our top five things to do are certain to keep you busy — and entertained. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.

Thursday, November 14

The Magik Theatre presents Shakespeare on the River: Romeo and Juliet
The story of star-crossed lovers is reimagined by the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre. The classic story of Romeo and Juliet includes songs, comedy, and adaptations that are suitable for the entire family while still preserving the pair’s untimely ending. Performances at the Arneson River Theatre are scheduled through November 16. 

Friday, November 15

David Feherty Live: Off Tour
Professional golfer turned sports personality David Feherty brings his offbeat antics and sharp wit to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Since his retirement from the sport in 1997, Feherty has taken on roles including talk show host, sports broadcaster, and golf analyst. Guests can expect an evening of uncensored and uproariously funny stories along with tales of life's lessons learned. 

Saturday, November 16

Build San Antonio Green presents Solar Fest
Blast off into the future at Hemisfair. Solar Fest will feature live music, food trucks, goods by local artisans, and much more in celebration of San Antonio’s continued commitment to sustainability. With engaging activities planned and a packed lineup of performances, the festival is sure to have a powerful impact. Admission is free. 

San Antonio Botanical Garden presents Wine Down at the Garden
Discover the newest wines from the Texas Hill Country while taking in the lush ambiance of the San Antonio Botanical Garden — aka the perfect weekend activity. Wine Down at the Garden will showcase a range of debut vinos, tasty bite-sized pairings from local eateries, a photo booth, and local vendors. Attendees can also enjoy the musical stylings of Cello Vida and performances by OPERA San Antonio throughout the day. Featured wineries include Dry Comal Creek Vineyards, Blank Slate Winery, Farmhouse Vineyards, and Bending Branch Winery. 

Sunday, November 17

Jaden & Willow Smith: The Willow & Erys Tour
Siblings and multiplatinum artists Jaden and Willow Smith make a stop in San Antonio as part of The Willow & Erys Tour. The son and daughter of actors Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, Jaden and Willow have made their own way into the spotlight thanks to their growing music careers. Jaden is touring in support of his album "Erys" while Willow is appearing in support of her self-titled album. A select number of tickets to The Aztec Theatre show are still available.