Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this Christmas weekend
Experience the magic of the season with these holiday-inspired happenings. See A Magical Cirque Christmas at Majestic Theatre, or take a stroll among twinkling holiday lights on the River Walk. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this Christmas weekend.
Thursday, December 23
A Magical Cirque Christmas
Experience a spellbinding and festive production at Majestic Theatre featuring some of the world’s most talented performers. The awe-inspiring showcases of acrobatics will be accompanied by holiday music. Limited seating is available for both showtimes. Get tickets here.
Enchanted Springs Ranch presents Old West Christmas Light Fest
Boerne’s Enchanted Springs Ranch invites you to Light Fest, featuring a children’s light maze, laser tag, a mechanical bull, and more festive fun. To purchase tickets and to get more information, visit the Old West Christmas Light Fest website.
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Raul Sanchez
Comedian Raul Sanchez makes a brief stop in San Antonio at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. The U.S. Army veteran turned entertainer has made a slew of notable appearances on the comedy festival circuit, including at Montreal’s Just for Laughs and Austin’s Moontower Comedy Festival. Visit the ticketing website for more information.
Friday, December 24
The Magik Theatre presents Ella Enchanted
The not-so-traditional story of Cinderella takes the stage for the final time at The Magik Theatre. This empowering tale follows the brave Ella along her journey to claim her own voice. This production is suitable for all ages. Performances are scheduled through December 24.
Saturday, December 25
San Antonio River Authority presents Holiday Lights
Venture out to the Museum Reach segment of the San Antonio River Walk to witness the twinkling magic of Holiday Lights on Christmas night. The evening activation will feature annual holiday lights and a 30-foot musical tree light show to spark the spirit of the season. Admission is free. Holiday Lights will be open to the public through January 3.