Mar 14, 2024 - Things to Do

Things to do in San Antonio this weekend

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

Drake and J. Cole are in town Thursday and Friday at Frost Bank Center, but you'll need about $300 for a ticket … and that's for a nosebleed seat.

Eat blindfolded at Botika for the "Dining in the Dark" series on Friday at 6pm or 8:30pm.

  • Tickets for the three-course menu start at $64.

Enjoy the free Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair all weekend, starting today.

  • Stages will be set up throughout Hemisfair and Civic Park.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day through the weekend at spots like Francis Bogside, McIntyre's Southtown, Durty Nelly's, Elsewhere and The Good Kind.

  • The traditional St. Patrick's Day River Parade — when San Antonio's emerald gem will be greener than usual — is happening on Saturday.
  • Expect to see a dozen Irish-themed barges on the Museum Reach from 2-3pm and in the main downtown area from 5-6pm.

Join the puff-ect blend of fun and flavor at the San Antonio Cigar Festival at Beethoven Männerchor from 3-10pm on Saturday.

Pawty with the pups at the annual Fest of Tails, a free kite festival and dog fair, at 9am on Saturday at McAllister Park.

Shop the shoes at The Sneaker Travelers event at the Freeman Coliseum starting at noon on Sunday.

Eat Viet-Cajun-style crawfish and drink green beer at Tony's Siesta's boil at 2pm on Sunday.


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