Feb 15, 2024 - Things to Do

Things to do in San Antonio this weekend: Rodeo, 5k

Illustration of lit marquee letters spelling "WEEKEND" sitting in a row of theater seats.

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Here's what's going on around the Alamo City this weekend.

Head to the San Antonio Zoo for Locals Day, when Bexar County residents get $8 admission.

  • Locals Day runs Thursday through Monday.

Giddy up to the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, which runs through two more weekends.

Sip on wine from Chronic Cellars and enjoy a meal at Dignowity Meats starting at 5:30pm Friday.

  • Tickets start at $45 and include unlimited pours.

Hang out with baby goats and get a complimentary drink at In Contrada Vineyard and Kitchen, 6-8pm Friday.

  • Tickets are $15 for children and $25 for adults.

Wander the Amazing Art Expo at the Holiday Inn Riverwalk, 5-9pm Friday and noon-6pm Saturday and Sunday.

  • Free admission includes a free print at the door.

Lace up your running shoes for a 5k at Man Overboard Brewing downtown, starting 11am Saturday.

  • Tickets start at $35 and include a beer at the finish line.

Take the kids to "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! The Musical!" at Magik Theatre, showing 2pm Saturday and 3pm Sunday.

  • Tickets starting around $23 are still available.

Take a haunted tour of the old Masonic lodge in King William with two paranormal investigators, 8:30-10:30pm Saturday.

  • Tickets cost $45 and include a short walking tour of the historic neighborhood.

Get to know the San Antonio Brahmas at their family-friendly kickoff event, 2-4pm Sunday at the Alamodome.

  • There will be a Q&A with the UFL head of football operations and the Brahmas' new head coach, Wade Phillips.
  • RSVP for free.

Unwind to the beats at Reggae Sunday at Amor Eterno in Southtown, 3-8pm Sunday.

  • A pop-up vendor will be selling jerk chicken on a stick and Jamaican rice and peas.

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