Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 6 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Get 2024 fully underway with the help of some can’t-miss activities happening throughout Alamo City. See the hit musical Wicked while you still can or enjoy the season at the Rotary Ice Rink. Check out the top six things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a complete list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, January 4 (and more dates through the weekend)
San Antonio Museum of Art presents "American Made: Paintings and Sculpture from the DeMell Jacobsen Collection"
Enjoy an exhibit with works spanning more than 250 years of American art history in its final days on display at San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA). Guests can discover pieces from featured artists such as Mary Cassatt, Thomas Moran, Loïs Mailou Jones, Allan Crite, Elizabeth Catlett, and Grant Wood. Get ticket information at samuseum.org.
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Russell Peters
Canadian comedian Russell Peters is the latest guest performer at The Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. Peters is known for his takes on current events, cancel culture, aging, and more. Shows are scheduled through January 6. Check out improvtx.com for more details.
Rotary Club of San Antonio presents Rotary Ice Rink
Glide into the festive season with a visit to the Rotary Ice Rink at Travis Park. Guests can spend time on the ice or enjoy the park attractions like the light displays, photo frame structures, and a 50-foot Holiday tree. The rink is open through January 15. Get tickets and more information on specials like first responder discounts at rotaryicerink.com.
Broadway in San Antonio: Wicked
The musical sensation known by generations of fairy tale fans comes to the stage at Majestic Theatre. Visitors will enjoy a production of the Broadway hit, Wicked, complete with the show’s iconic setlist and everyone’s favorite main character and anti-hero, Elphaba. Shows are scheduled through January 7. Check out sanantonio.broadway.com for tickets.
Carver Center presents Haley Reinhart in concert
Singer Haley Reinhart performs live at Carver Community Cultural Center. The former American Idol finalist, mostly known for covers such as “Can’t Help Falling in Love” and “Creep,” comes to San Antonio with a setlist including music from her most recent release, 2022 EP Off the Ground.
Sunday, January 6
Gruene Hall presents Kody West in concert
Country musician Kody West performs a live show at Gruene Hall. He comes to the San Antonio area in support of his 2022 album, Circles. The Texan artist is best known for his sound that blend elements of both bluegrass and country music and songs such as “Million Miles.”