Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Immersive and interactive entertainment are making the perfect case to explore all that the city has to offer in the days ahead. Spend a day outdoors with your pups and friends flying kites at McAllister Park, or visit the prehistoric land of the dinosaurs at the now-open "Dino Safari: A Walk Thru Adventure." Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 9
Broadway in San Antonio: Hairspray
The bold musical about race relations and a girl’s dream of dancing in 1962 Baltimore takes the Majestic Theatre stage this week only. Audiences can expect iconic moments like appearances on the Corny Collins Show and songs like “You Can’t Stop the Beat.” For seating options and ticket information, visit sanantonio.broadway.com.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation presents "Uncork for the Cure"
Sip a sizable selection of fine wines and spirits paired with signature plates at this philanthropic culinary experience. Highlights include live music, silent and live auctions, and appearances by some of the city’s finest chefs at San Antonio Botanical Garden. Splurge on your tickets for this special Cystic Fibrosis Foundation benefit evening at cff.org.
Friday, March 10
Dino Safari: A Walk Thru Adventure
Explore what it would have been like to walk amongst the dinosaurs like the T. Rex of North America and the African Spinosaurus at this prehistoric event. Guests will get the chance to dig up fossils, enjoy a virtual reality experience, and discover at this immersive, walk-through exhibition. For ticket availability, check dinosafari.com. Following opening weekend, Dino Safari is open through September 4.
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents"Our Planet Live In Concert"
Experience the Emmy-nominated Netflix documentary series Our Planet like never before at this immersive film event. This in-concert screening will be accompanied by a live orchestra and features the narration of legendary broadcaster David Attenborough. Tickets for both nights of the production are still available at tobincenter.org.
Saturday, March 11
San Antonio Parks Foundation presents the 16th Annual Fest of Tails Kite Festival & Dog Fair
Head outside with two- and four-legged friends alike to McAllister Park for a day of kite flying, live entertainment, dog-friendly vendors, and more activities. This kite festival and dog fair will also offer a range of services for interested pet owners and dog enthusiasts from local animal welfare organizations and businesses. Admission is free and open to the public.