Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 6 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Live music is the name of the game in the days ahead in Alamo City and beyond. See a show by Marca MP, Gary P. Nunn, or Amanda Shired and Asleep At the Wheel. Check out the top six things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a complete list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, July 6
McNay Art Museum presents "Off the Wall: Posters as Art”
The McNay Art Museum’s exhibition showcasing the art of posters as portrayed through Art Deco techniques, graphic design, typography, and more, enters its final month on display. This selection includes posters created using modern lithographic processes, which hail from iconic poster artists including Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Aristide Bruant, and Ben Shahn. For ticket information, go to mcnayart.org.
Friday, July 7
Joey McIntyre in concert
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts hosts singer-songwriter Joey McIntyre for one night only. The Broadway star and acclaimed entertainer makes a stop in San Antonio in support of his Solo Joe tour. Fans can expect a bevy of songs from his 40-year career and an evening of high-energy fun. For more information, visit tobincenter.org.
Saturday, July 8
Little Flower Basilica presents a Basilica Heritage Tour
Discover the rich history of Little Flower Basilica and the lives of its Discalced Carmelite saints during this exclusive, expert-led tour. Guests can view special areas of the basilica and receive key historical information about the hallowed site. Regular tour offerings are scheduled through November 11. Tour admission is free and open to the public.
Gary P. Nunn in concert
Country music star Gary P. Nunn graces the stage at Gruene Hall. The singer known for hit songs like “Austin Pickers” and “London Homesick Blues (Home with the Armadillo)” comes to the New Braunfels venue in support of his 2020 album, Lost & Found '79. Get tickets at gruenehall.com.
Marca MP in concert
Super popular regional Mexican group Marca MP comes to San Antonio this weekend to perform live in concert. The California-based group is best known for its blend of banda, mariachi, and ranchera styles in their songs. For more information about the show at Majestic Theatre, go to Ticketmaster.
Sunday, July 9
Amanda Shires and Asleep at the Wheel in concert
Grammy-winning artists Asleep At the Wheel and Amanda Shires come together on stage at Gruene Hall for an evening of live music. Shires will perform a special concert in honor of her dear friend and late pianist Bobbie Nelson. Fans can expect a selection of prerecorded songs from the forthcoming album, Loving You, a collaborative project with Shires and Nelson on the setlist. Get tickets at gruenehall.thundertix.com.