Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 6 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
We’re bringing on the thrills and cool ways to chill in the days to come. Feast your way through the flavors of the Lone Star State at the Tasting Texas Wine + Food Festival, or get spooky with booze and ghouls at The DoSeum’s Halloween party. Check out the top seven things to do in Austin this weekend. For a complete list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, October 26
The DoSeum presents "ReDo Halloween"
Celebrate Halloween weekend in spooky, adults-only style at The DoSeum. Guests are encouraged to don their best and most creative costumes, and enjoy an evening of thrills and chills complete with a photo booth, an eerie pumpkin patch, and a haunted house. For tickets and more event information, go to thedoseum.org.
Culinaria's Tasting Texas Wine + Food Festival
Explore and discover the unique flavors of Texas at the return of the Tasting Texas Wine + Food Festival, presented by Culinaria. This four-day, multi-venue event is hailed as an epicurean experience that gives guests the opportunity to sample and indulge in bites from Texas chefs and restaurants. Additional highlights include educational panels led by experts in the culinary industry and networking opportunities with top Texas beverage makers. Check out culinariasa.org and our editorial coverage for more information.
The Public Theater of San Antonio presents "111 Years & Counting!"
Settle in for a live concert in honor of the Public Theater’s 111th anniversary. Concertgoers can expect an evening of music that spans the century with selections from classical masterpieces and the music listening charts of today. The show is also an extension of the Public Theater's gala. Purchase tickets at ci.ovationtix.com.
Friday, October 27
Day of the Dead San Antonio
Honor late loved ones and their lives well-lived with a celebration at La Villita Historic Village. All ages are welcome to attend. The three-day event features live music performances, a river parade, art workshops, face painting, an adults-only lounge with Herradura Legend tequila, and more. Guests can also view a calavera collection created by local artists, a student calavera art wall, and a vibrant alebrije exhibit onsite.
Scotty McCreery in concert
Country crooner Scotty McCreery brings his musical talents to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. He’s released five albums in his career, which included winning American Idol, and is best known for his hit songs such as “This Is It” and “You Time.” Get ticketing information at tobincenter.org.
Saturday, October 28
Thundercat in concert
Electronic music artist Thundercat performs live in concert at Aztec Theatre. The Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter is best known for songs like “No More Lies” and “Dragonball Durag,” and has released four studio albums in his career, including 2020’s It Is What It Is. Get ticket information via Live Nation.