Mar 7, 2024 - Things to Do

Things to do in San Antonio this weekend: Fish fry, funnies and more

Animated illustration of two neutral emojis, one big and one smaller, smiling, and sunglasses appearing over their faces.

Illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios

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

Have a blue jean Friday night with Wade Bowen at Floore's Country Store in Helotes. Tickets start at $25.

  • Doors open at 7pm.

Enjoy a fresh fish fry on Friday at Beethoven Männerchor in Southtown. Get your $12 plate from 5-9pm.

  • If you can't make this week's event, a fish fry will be hosted every Friday until March 29.

Catch a free showing of "Barbie" at the Tobin Center's Will Plaza on Friday. The movie starts at 7pm.

Laugh with Tom Segura as he brings his Come Together tour to the Frost Bank Center on Friday at 8pm. Tickets start at $55.

Hear Dolly Parton's hits performed by a string quartet on Friday. Tickets start at $27 for shows at 6:30pm and 8:45pm.

Garden like a Texan at SAWS' annual Spring Bloom starting at 9am Saturday.

  • The first 1,000 guests will get a free drought-hardy plant.

Shop local vendors at the 2nd Saturday Pop-Up Market at Main Plaza, 7-10:30pm.

Enjoy bayou bites at Trader Village's Cajun Festival on Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm.

  • Plates will be available for purchase.
  • Admission is free, but parking is $6.

Celebrate the unveiling and blessing of a mural dedicated to Jovita Idar at Dress for Success near downtown at 10am on Saturday.

Experience the music of late Tejano legend Emilio Navaira performed by the Youth Orchestra of San Antonio at 8pm on Sunday at the Tobin Center. Navaira's sons, Emilio Navaira Jr. and Diego Navaira, will be part of the show.

  • Tickets start at $22.50.

Get more local stories in your inbox with Axios San Antonio.


Support local journalism by becoming a member.

Learn more

More San Antonio stories

No stories could be found

San Antoniopostcard

Get a free daily digest of the most important news in your backyard with Axios San Antonio.


Support local journalism by becoming a member.

Learn more