Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Stimulate the senses with the help of these engaging entertainment opportunities in Alamo City. Go inside classic films at the Disney Animation: Immersive Experience or feast on the finest crawfish at Battle of the Boil. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a full listing of events, visit our calendar.
Friday, March 3
Disney Animation: Immersive Experience San Antonio
Experience what it’s like to be inside some of the greatest films by Walt Disney Animation Studios at this special Lighthouse Artspace activation. Visitors can literally step into the art of films like Encanto, Zootopia, The Little Mermaid, and more with the help of advanced projection and multimedia effects. View ticketing options here. This experience is open through May 29.
Marisela in concert
Marisela, also known as The Latin Madonna, performs live in concert at the Majestic Theatre. This special evening will feature a variety of selections from her enduring career, made notable by her status as the only Spanish singer to take over the Top 10 of Billboard with songs from the same album. Explore ticketing options here.
Ballet San Antonio presents Alice in Wonderland
Journey with Alice and get lost in the whimsical world of Wonderland during this captivating production. Audiences will experience a fusion of visual artist Luis Grané’s surrealist projection and choreographer Brian Enos’ classical and contemporary movement for a fantastical evening of dizzying proportions. For tickets, go to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts website. Shows are scheduled through March 5.
Saturday, March 4
Saint City Culinary Foundation presents Battle of the Boil
Feast on all the crawfish you can eat at this old-school, boil-inspired block party. Guests can enjoy live music, drinks, and a variety of crawfish boil creations by some of the best culinary talent in San Antonio. Tickets are still available.
McNay Art Museum presents "Womanish: Audacious, Courageous, Willful Art"
Enjoy a curation of artwork by women spanning more than 90 years, acquired by the McNay from 2010 to the present. This exhibition celebrates and redefines the term “womanish” and its oftentimes derogatory connotations through works of portraiture, abstraction, landscapes, and more created by women artists. Get more information here. Following opening weekend, the exhibit will be on display through July 2.