Weekend Event Guide
The days ahead will be merry and bright thanks to fun happenings throughout the Alamo City. Head to Christmas at the Caverns or experience A Very Electric Christmas with the entire family. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, December 16
Doc Watkins and His Orchestra: Holiday Big Band Show
Doc Watkins, acclaimed pianist, vocalist, and owner of Jazz, TX, comes to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, along with his orchestra. The Holiday Big Band Show will feature new arrangements of holiday favorites and timeless selections from A Charlie Brown Christmas. For more information, go to the ticketing website.
The Public Theater of San Antonio presents Season’s Greetings from San Antonio
Enjoy an original production from The Dotz, an a cappella quartet, at The Public Theater of San Antonio. The holiday set list will include updated classics, Christmas pop, and other seasonal tunes that all ages can enjoy. Surprise guest appearances are also on the agenda. Performances are scheduled through December 19.
Friday, December 17
Felipe Esparza: The Unmasked Tour
Comedian and actor Felipe Esparza brings his stand-up flair to San Antonio’s Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. He is best known for his regular appearances on NBC’s Superstore, as well as for winning Last Comic Standing. Select tickets for both showtimes are still available.
Saturday, December 18
Natural Bridge Caverns presents Christmas at the Caverns
Embark on a festive adventure at Natural Bridge Caverns during the most wonderful time of the year. Guests to Christmas at the Caverns can participate in yard games, visit the ice skating rink, check out a trail of lights, eat up s’mores, see a reindeer roundup, and more. Santa will also be onsite for photo opportunities. Entry is included with regular admission.
Sunday, December 19
Lightwire Theater presents A Very Electric Christmas
Charge up for the holiday ahead when you experience A Very Electric Christmas at Freeman Coliseum. This family-friendly production will incorporate dancing toy soldiers, performing poinsettias, and other illuminated characters set to the holiday music of Nat King Cole, Mariah Carey, and Tchaikovsky. Get your tickets to this one-night-only show while you still can.