Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Celebrate the last weekend of 2017 with hot happenings all around town. Rock out with Toadies in concert or countdown to the new year at Alamo Mission. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, December 28
Toadies in concert
Fort Worth rockers Toadies return to Alamo City for a live performance you won’t want to miss. Jam to the band’s newest album, The Lower Side Of Uptown, at The Aztec Theatre for one night only. General admission tickets still available.
Valero Alamo Bowl: Stanford vs. TCU
The 2017 Valero Alamo Bowl pits teams from the Pac-12 and Big 12 conferences at the iconic Alamodome. Watch the Stanford Cardinals take on the TCU Horned Frogs for a shot at the championship title and trophy.
Disney Live! Mickey and Minnie’s Doorway to Magic
Mickey and Minnie Mouse bring the magic of Disney to the Lila Cockrell Theatre stage. Guests of all ages can see 25 of their favorite characters including Donald Duck and Goofy during a mesmerizing production. Special appearances by Snow White, Tinker Bell, and Aladdin's Genie are sure to surprise and delight. Performances through December 29.
Saturday, December 30
Lightwire Theatre presents A Very Electric Christmas
Say farewell to the holidays with a barrage of lights and wonder at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. For one night, attendees can experience an electroluminescent production featuring favorite holiday tunes, poignant storytelling, and megawatt artistry. Sing along to songs by legends like Mariah Carey, Nat King Cole, Tchaikovsky, and more.
Sunday, December 31
Visit San Antonio presents New Year’s Eve Celebration
Kickoff San Antonio’s yearlong 300th anniversary on New Year’s Eve at Alamo Mission. Visit San Antonio hosts an evening of festivities for the entire family with highlights including an outdoor concert with performances by Sam Riggs, Bidi Bidi Banda, REO Speedwagon, and many more. Guests will be awestruck with a nearly 30-minute fireworks display. Admission is free.