It might be chilly out, but San Antonio has plenty of activities to keep you busy this weekend, including a double feature of “Home Alone” and “Elf.”
There’s a lot of music in SA this weekend – check out Mariachi Las Alteñas, local DJs at Confluence Park, or Bad Bunny at the Freeman Coliseum.
On Sunday morning, we get an extra hour when we “fall back” for Daylight Saving Time. That means a whole extra hour for weekend activities.
A lot of the events around San Antonio this weekend are Halloween-centric. But you’ve got dachshund races, AccessAbility Fest, and Mala Luna too.
The Day of the Dead approaches, and the stories and colors of Día de los Muertos have descended upon San Antonio.
Mid-October is peak pumpkin season. Get your fill of the autumnal gourd and check out live music, dance performances, and outdoor shops this weekend.
The Grilled Cheese Fest returns for its second year, the Romanian Festival brings Dracula to life, and young chefs cook live at the Tobin Center.
The first weekend of October brings plenty of celebrations – for Hemisfair’s 4th birthday, for costumed pets, and for Oktoberfest!
There’s a packed schedule of events around San Antonio this weekend, from a Jonas Brothers concert Friday to Sunday’s Síclovía on lower Broadway.
Say goodbye to the last days of summer with food demonstrations, live music, and a fall festival at the San Antonio Botanical Garden.