Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
It’s Fiesta season in the city and we’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate the many people, places, and things that make this time of year extra special. Sample the flavors of the Lone Star State at Taste of the Republic, or enjoy live music at venues like Aztec Theatre, Hemisfair, and in the heart of downtown. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, April 20
Taste of the Republic
Feast on the finest local delicacies during this premiere Fiesta San Antonio kickoff event. Guests will get the chance to sample and savor a wide range of Texas-inspired gourmet bites from the minds and kitchens of 12 local chefs. Presented plates will be paired with wine, beer, and cocktail offerings to round out the can’t-miss culinary and cultural experience. Splurge on your tickets here.
Fiesta San Antonio
The Alamo City comes to life again with the annual return of Fiesta San Antonio. Notable moments from the experience include local food offerings, parades, concerts, a music and arts festival, sporting events, and more throughout the downtown San Antonio area and beyond. Ticket prices vary. Visit the festival website for a full schedule and for more information. Fiesta programming is scheduled through April 30.
Friday, April 21
Key Glock in concert
Rapper Key Glock comes to San Antonio’s Aztec Theatre for one night only. The Memphis-based artist behind songs like “Ambition For Cash” and “Water on Water on Water” performs live in support of his 2021 album, Yellow Tape 2. Browse ticket availability here.
Saturday, April 22
San Antonio Parks Foundation presents The 5th Annual Chaparral Music & Heritage Festival
The music, history, and flavors of South and Central Texas are on full display at Hemisfair. Attendees can enjoy live concerts by Ray Benson & Asleep at the Wheel, LA 45, The Texases, and more. For a full schedule of events, visit the festival website. Admission to the festival is free and open to the public.
Sunday, April 23
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents Governor Dolph Briscoe’s 100th Birthday
A birthday bash honoring Texas Governor Dolph Briscoe takes place on the grounds of Briscoe Western Art Museum for attendees of all ages to enjoy. As part of the day’s festivities, anyone with the same birthday or name as the late Governor will receive complimentary admission to the museum on any day of 2023 they choose. Get more details on the museum website here.