Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Magic, live music, and merrymaking are on the Alamo City agenda in the days to come. Experience the wonder of the holiday season at the opening of Lightscape, or celebrate our veterans at Hemisfair. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a full listing of events, go to our calendar.
Thursday, November 10
Chris Rock: Ego Death World Tour
Legendary comedian and actor Chris Rock brings his signature form of humor to the Majestic Theatre for a full weekend of stand-up shows. Known for his decades on stage as a comedy great and for his hit autobiographical sitcom, Everybody Hates Chris, Rock comes to San Antonio in support of his Ego Death World Tour. Tickets for all three showtimes are still available.
Belinda Carlisle in concert
Pop singer Belinda Carlisle performs at Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for one night only. She’s best known for her time in the all-female band the Go-Go's and her enduring solo career that followed. Audiences can expect her distinctive helium-esque soprano to fill the room during this special evening. For ticketing information, go to the Tobin Center website.
Friday, November 11
San Antonio Botanical Garden presents Lightscape
Witness all 38 acres of the San Antonio Botanical Garden light up at Lightscape’s opening weekend. Guests can expect enchanting light displays along an illuminated one-mile path winding through the lush garden. Featured installations include a Winter Cathedral, a display of illuminated bluebonnets, and a reimagined Fire Garden. In addition to the glamour of the lights, visitors can enjoy food, drinks, and even roast s’mores onsite. Lightscape is open through January 8, 2023. Get tickets here.
Saturday, November 12
Veterans Day at Hemisfair
Celebrate and honor military service people with the entire family in tow at Hemisfair. The all-day event includes a vendor market, food and drinks, entertainment activations, and live music by Coffey Anderson. Admission to SA Veterans Day is free and open to the public.
Sunday, November 13
Champions of Magic
Prepare to be amazed by interactive magic and spectacular sleight-of-hand at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Audiences can expect the entire theater to be filled with magnificent displays of illusions, including predictions, levitation, and even an escape from Houdini’s water torture cell performed by the skilled cast of The Champions Of Magic. Get tickets here.