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Matt Buikema

Spend an evening at the Pearl relishing a special South Texas sound, tour a new McNay exhibit exploring the Mexican Revolution, and boot-scoot your way across an authentic Texas dance hall. It’s the weekend, and there’s plenty for you to do.   


Siggi Ragnar

From a show with a circus vibe to an African Latina performance to one of the state's best garage bands, the weekend’s here and it's going to be fun. 


Jacob Laven-Pursell

The Weekend is here and you can check out a variety of hot music, or watch  a film following an Iraq War vet. First off, if you head down to the Cove Friday, you're in for a treat. The Laven family, fronted by Rachel Laven will be playing from 6:30-9 p.m.


Mary Bruton

If you're looking for a break from the heat, we’ve found a concert in a place where Mother Nature has actually programmed cool weather all the time. Musician Terri Hendrix said her Saturday night concert is not really outdoors, and it's not really the indoors either.


Bob Kelley

You can learn a little bit about outer space, take in a soulful music performance and hop on an amazing bus tour.  Here are three events to consider that are taking place around San Antonio this weekend.


McNay Art Museum

Escape this weekend's summer heat and dust by appreciating a new take on chamber music, take a stroll through pop culture history or welcome an ambitious new orchestra.

 

Eddie Benavides

From Flamenco to an art opening to a party that’s bigger in Texas: buckle up folks, your weekend is here!


courtesy the Doseum

From fun for the kids to a very grave celebration to an adult night out with Brazilian guitar, we’ve got your weekend lowdown.  


Tom Summer

From a new Art exhibit, to music in a really unusual place, to music in a delightfully usual place — the weekend holds the promise of lots of fun.  


Elisa Gonzales | Texas Public Radio

In San Antonio this weekend you'll find plenty of music: Conjunto music, piano music and a musical stage drama. First off: Conjunto all weekend at the Tejano Conjunto Festival.

Tejano Conjunto Festival

Conjunto was born when Europeans brought accordions to South Texas, and locals paired them with bajo sexto, making the genre a San Antonio native in the world of music. The Guadalupe Cultural Arts' Cristina Balli says this weekend, Rosedale Park will be the center of the Conjunto universe.

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