Weekend Event Guide
There’s no shortage of live music in the Alamo City in the days ahead, and this roundup is proof. Catch a show by Air Supply or Aleks Syntek; Musical performances continue at the San Antonio Botanical Garden and during National Day of the Cowboy. Check out the top seven things to do in San Antonio this weekend. For a complete list of events, go to our calendar.
Thursday, July 20
San Antonio Botanical Garden presents "Lush: Twilight in the Garden"
The after-hours entertainment series at the San Antonio Botanical Garden continues. This month’s activities are inspired by the theme "Dueling Pianos" and will include extended garden hours, live music, entertainment, a signature beverage, and an array of floral displays for ambiance. For more information and to snag your tickets, go to sabot.org.
Friday, July 21
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Jay Pharoah
Actor and comedian brings new material to the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club as part of his stand-up tour. Pharoah rose to fame due to his myriad celebrity impressions and his six-year stint on Saturday Night Live. Shows are scheduled through July 23. For table availability, go to improvtx.com.
Saturday, July 22
Briscoe Western Art Museum presents the annual National Day of the Cowboy celebration
Giddy up and get down to the Briscoe Western Art Museum to celebrate all things cowboy. The free community event will include live music in the McNutt Sculpture Garden, artist and cowboy demonstrations, crafts, a chuck wagon with cowpoke-approved eats, and much more. Attendees are encouraged to don their best Western-inspired apparel to pay homage to the cowboys and cowgirls — past and present — who influence the state’s culture and history. This event is open to the public.
Sunday, July 23
Musical Bridges Around The World presents "The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music" red carpet premiere
The Carver Community Cultural Center hosts the red carpet premiere "The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music." Attendees can explore the many music genres born and formed by African American history and culture for an afternoon of educational entertainment. For more information about the documentary film, visit musicalbridges.org. Admission to this premiere is free and open to the public.
Tobin Center presents Air Supply in concert
Rock duo Air Supply performs live at Tobin Center for the Performing Arts in support of their The Lost In Love Experience tour. They have recorded 23 studio albums throughout their nearly 50-year career and have racked up hits including “Sweet Dreams” and “All Out of Love.” Go to tobincenter.org for more information.
Aztec Theatre presents Aleks Syntek in concert
Mexican singer-songwriter Aleks Syntek performs live in concert for one night only. The “Aqui Estoy Yo” singer comes to Aztec Theatre in support of his 2021 album, Anatomía del Amor. Fehr Rivas joins Syntek as a special guest. To get tickets to this show, go to Live Nation.