Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 6 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Welcome the new month with a busy few days exploring the city ahead. Enjoy a tribute concert, or settle into a theater seat for a signature musical. Check out the top six things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a complete list of events, go to our calendar.
Thursday, February 1
Tobin Center Signature Series: Pretty Woman: The Musical
The beloved Hollywood romance of an unexpected pairing comes to life at Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. This endearing and timeless production is directed and choreographed by two-time Tony Award-winner Jerry Mitchell and features the original score by Grammy Award winner Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance.
Mania the ABBA Tribute in concert
Groove to the worldwide hits of iconic pop supergroup ABBA at this special tribute concert. Fans can pack out Charline McCombs Empire Theatre and experience a nonstop setlist of popular hits including “Mamma Mia,” "Super Trouper," "Fernando," and “Dancing Queen” all performed to top ABBA-worthy standards. Select seating is still available.
Friday, February 2 (and on)
Tobin Center presents The Fab Four: Rubber Soul & The Greatest Hits
Premiere tribute band the Fab Four reimagines some of the most iconic Beatles performances for a live audience at Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. The Emmy Award-winning foursome will take fans through every era of the Beatles’ career with a production that features three costume changes and countless renditions of songs such as “Hey Jude,” ‘Twist And Shout,” and “Yesterday.” This show is suitable for audiences of all ages.
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Big Jay Oakerson
Comedian Jay Oakerson is the latest The Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club guest in residence. He’s best known for his host roles on podcasts and radio shows like The Legion of Skanks and The Bonfire with Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder. Tickets for all three shows February 2-3 are still available.
Musical Bridges Around the World presents Marta Sánchez
Spanish pianist and composer Marta Sánchez brings her renowned talents to the UTSA Southwest Campus for a free concert. Sánchez will perform a mix of vanguard creative jazz with other diverse music for an evening of elevated sound. Get more details on Eventbrite.
Stoney LaRue in concert
Texan country musician Stoney LaRue takes the stage for back-to-back nights at Gruene Hall. He is the voice of songs like “Empty Glass” and “Feet Don’t Touch the Ground” and has released eight albums throughout his career. Tickets for Friday night are still available.