Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Take in the fresh air, sights, smells, and sounds of the city over the next few days. Groove to some of the most talented artists in the genre during the Jazz’SAlive Festival or celebrate the German heritage of San Antonio at Parktoberfest. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a full listing of events, go to our calendar.
Thursday, September 22
Hotel Havana presents Havana Nights
Savor the final moments of the summer season on the Hotel Havana patio grounds, enjoying drinks specials and snacks from Ocho Lounge, live music from Carbonlily, and a local vendor market offering unique wares. For a full list of participating vendors and more event information, visit the Hotel Havana website. Admission to this outdoor event is free.
Steve Treviño: America's Favorite Husband Tour
Rising comedic star and Texan Steve Treviño will perform live for two consecutive evenings at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. His relatable style of comedy and his innate talent for being able to “speak wife fluently” has garnered Treviño fans across the country. He’s best known for his stand-up specials streaming now on Showtime, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video. Tickets for both shows are available for purchase here.
Beach House in concert
Indie rock duo Beach House come to San Antonio’s Tech Port Center + Arena in support of their new album, Once Twice Melody. Concert attendees can expect a packed set list from the pair behind songs such as “Silver Soul” and “Myth.” For ticketing information, click here.
Friday, September 23
San Antonio Parks Foundation presents The 39th Annual Jazz’SAlive
The Jazz’SAlive Festival returns for the 39th year to commemorate the impact that the genre continues to have on the Alamo City. Main stage artists at Travis Park include Sammy Miller & The Congregation, The Pedrito Martinez Group, Tomar & The FCs, and more jazz talent from the local, regional, and national circuits. Aside from the numerous musical guests, festival highlights include children and family activities like the H-E-B Pumpkin Patch and the H-E-B Melody Masters Music Circle. Admission to this event is free and open to the public. To make reserved seating arrangements, visit the festival website.
Sunday, September 25
Brackenridge Park Conservancy presents 11th Annual Parktoberfest
Get outside with friends and family and celebrate San Antonio's German heritage at Brackenridge Park. Attendees can experience beer tastings from area brewers, live entertainment, and food vendors all afternoon in memory of Emma Koehler of the Pearl Brewing family. Admission to this event is free and open to the public.