Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Locally inspired happenings and live performances make it easy to explore all that Alamo City has to offer in the days to come. See Incubus perform live in concert or feast on tailgate-inspired foods with Culinaria. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For more event listings, go to our calendar, and be sure to check each event website for any weather-related cancellations.
Thursday, February 2
Centro Cultural Aztlan presents "Segundo de Febrero: Chicana/Chicano Reunion" opening reception
The 46th annual Segundo de Febrero exhibition is unveiled for the public in full fanfare at Centro Cultural Aztlan. Guests can explore a variety of works from a group of artists inspired by the impact of broken treaties, new borders, and their effects on Latino, Chicano, and indigenous culture and history. Opening reception highlights include music, light refreshments, and a live poetry reading by The Jazz Poets of San Antonio featuring Los Chromies. Admission to the reception is free.
Incubus in concert
Rock band Incubus comes to the Alamo City’s Tech Port Center + Arena for one night only. They will perform in support of their 2020 EP Trust Fall (Side B). Frontman Brandon Boyd is also touring in support of his solo project, Echoes & Cocoons. Purchase tickets here.
Friday, February 3
Chris D'Elia in concert
Comedian and podcaster Chris D’Elia graces the Majestic Theatre with his presence and plenty of humorous takes for a live audience. He’s best known for his comedy specials on Netflix, including No Pain (2020) and Man on Fire (2017) and for his podcast, Congratulations with Chris D'Elia. A select number of tickets are still available.
Immersive Van Gogh
Discover the complexities of Vincent van Gogh’s life, art, and creative process during the last weekend of this artful pop-up experience. Visitors will be transported inside some of the artist’s most famous works through art technology, storytelling, and world-class animation on more than 500,000 cubic feet of projections throughout the space. Learn more about this experience and purchase tickets here. Immersive Van Gogh is open through this Sunday, February 5.
Saturday, February 4
Culinaria presents Titans of Tailgate
Enjoy equal parts culinary expression and grill mastery at this clash of chefs presented by Culinaria at Sunken Garden Theater. Highlights of the foodie-approved festivities include food samplings, wine tastings, tailgating games, and more. Proceeds of the event will benefit San Antonio High Schools’ supporting culinary education. For more information, go to the Titans of Tailgate website.