Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Stimulate your senses with the help of these highly-engaging and hyperlocal entertainment options. Bask in the sounds of a classical duo or get lost in a land of living sculptures at the San Antonio Botanical Garden’s newest exhibition. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, May 4
Broadway in San Antonio: To Kill a Mockingbird
The classic and poignant literary story by Harper Lee comes to life on the stage at Majestic Theatre. This production stars Emmy Award-winning actor Richard Thomas, who plays small-town lawyer and main character, Atticus Finch. Performances are scheduled through May 7.
Friday, May 5
Laugh Out Loud San Antonio presents Donnell Rawlings
Comedian and actor Donnell Rawlings takes up a brief residence at The Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. He’s best known for his numerous appearances as memorable characters on Comedy Central’s iconic Chappelle’s Show. Check out seating options on the ticketing website.
Charlie Robison in concert
Gruene Hall welcomes country music singer-songwriter Charlie Robinson to the stage for one night only. The sixth-generation Texan hailing from Houston has released nine albums throughout his career. He’s known for songs like “My Hometown” and “Big City Blues.”
Sunday, May 7
Musical Bridges Around The World presents Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral: Expedition
This unusual combination of cellist Boris Andrianov and classical guitarist Dimitri Illarionov is marked with the seal of true genius. Inspired by innumerable and stimulating intercultural encounters, the duo combines classical music and folk tunes in a musical expedition all over the world. The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for entry.
San Antonio Botanical Garden presents Imaginary Worlds: Once Upon a Time
Massive and imaginative plant sculptures make their debut in the Lone Star State at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Guests to this living exhibition can get up close and personal with towering sculpture pieces depicting a dragon, a mermaid, a peacock, and more. For more information, visit the garden website