Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 7 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Live entertainment and the performing arts are the stars of the show in the days ahead. See the beloved Broadway musical Annie, or catch country music legend Wynonna Judd in concert. Check out the top seven things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a complete list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, November 9
Tat Tvam Asi presents "New Dimensions to the Margam"
The art of Bharatanatyam dance takes center stage at Carver Community Cultural Center. Audience members will experience the themes and foundations of classical Indian dance with a contemporary twist for a dynamic performance that is suitable for all ages. Find out more information on utsa.edu. Admission is free.
Cirque du Soleil presents Bazzar
The latest production from Cirque du Soleil continues at the Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium in full extravagance and pomp and circumstance. Audiences can enjoy a mix of adroit dancers, acrobatic displays, and musicians within a traditional Middle Eastern bazaar setting that fully transports viewers to a world of centuries-old wonder and opulence. Visit cirquedusoleil.com for details.
Broadway in San Antonio presents Annie
The story of a beloved orphan and scrappy survivor of circumstance Annie comes to life on stage at Majestic Theatre. This popular musical brings Broadway to the Alamo City, complete with beloved songs including “It’s the Hard-Knock Life” and “Tomorrow.” Buy tickets at sanantonio.broadway.com. Performances are scheduled through November 12.
The Tobin Center Benefit Concert: Wynonna
Country music superstar Wynonna Judd performs live in concert at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Judd takes the stage in support of the Tobin Center’s largest fundraiser of the year. Fans can expect a setlist featuring songs from her enduring solo career as well as hits and classics from her time with The Judds. Check out tobincenter.org for more details.
Friday, November 10
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Dan Soder
Comedian and actor Dan Soder is the latest guest performer at The Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. He’s best known for his role as “Mafee” on the Showtime series Billions, and his specials on HBO and Netflix, Son of a Gary and The Standups, respectively. Get tickets and show information at improvtx.com.
Saturday, November 11
Main Plaza Conservancy presents "Paseo Xolo"
Children and their families are invited to experience the rich culture of the Aztecs by way of a special physical challenge course at the Main Plaza Conservancy. The experience is inspired by the dog breed featured in the hit Disney animated film, Coco, which displayed divine navigation powers noted in Aztec religious beliefs. Guests can traverse through nine imaginative and immersive challenges that include moving through pool noodles and construction paper installations. Paseo Xolo admission is free and open to the public. Check out mainplaza.org for more details.
Sunday, November 12
Alamo City Arts presents "Symphony Viva: Viva Mariachi"
Our Lady of the Lake University opens its doors for a celebration of the cultural and musical history of mariachi as performed by Mariachi Campanas de America and Alamo City Symphony Viva. This concert is composed in memory of master educator and musical legend, Belle Ortiz, and will feature the music she helped make timeless. To purchase tickets, visit ticketpeak.co.