End the year with a bang at the city’s hottest events. Whether you’re looking for a football bowl game or an excuse to put on your dancing shoes, we’ve picked the best happenings you won’t want to miss. For a full list of things to do in San Antonio this weekend, visit our events calendar.
Paramour’s New Year’s Eve Party
Ring in the new year at the trendiest new bar. The epic New Year’s Eve Party at Paramour is the perfect place for you and your friends to dance the night away and toast to 2016 in a major way. Choose the $1,000 per couple overnight package which gets a room at the Wyndham Garden, a bottle of Krug NV Champagne, and more. Go with the $250 per person all-inclusive package to get a bottle of Duval-Leroy Champagne, unlimited bites, and unlimited drinks, or keep it simple and snag a $100 general admission ticket. This is the party of the year.
Thursday, December 31 at 7 pm
Hotel Havana presents New Year’s Eve Celebration at Ocho
Countdown to 2016 at Ocho at Hotel Havana and welcome the new year in the most festive way possible. Guests will enjoy an elegant feast, great music, and the company of some of San Antonio’s most chic socialites. Your $100 ticket gets you tunes by Davis and Devin, a Latin-inspired New Year’s Eve dinner, and drink specials. Space is limited, so make your reservation now.
Thursday, December 31 at 8 pm
Alamo Bowl: TCU vs. Oregon
Break out the koozies and barbecue — the Valero Alamo Bowl is the game of the weekend. Round up the entire family and head to the Alamodome for some football and fun as the TCU Horned Frogs and the Oregon Ducks face off for the win. Tickets are $50 to $300.
Saturday, January 2 at 5:45 pm
REM Gallery presents Karl Frey: Glumps … Life, Death, Eternity, and Everything opening reception
Start the new year with some artistic inspiration. REM Gallery brings the work of Texas artist Karl Frey to the gallery at this opening reception. Gather your friends and take a first look at Frey’s works featuring interesting mixed media on paper. Following the reception, the exhibit runs through February 26. Admission is free.
Saturday, January 2 at 6 pm
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