Top Events in San Antonio This Weekend

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Here are the Top 7 Things to Do in San Antonio This Weekend

Thursday, February 29

McNay Art Museum presents Eye of a Collector: The John M. Parker Jr. Bequest. Discover an exhibit in its final days on display featuring the personal pieces of renowned collector and San Antonio native John Parker. The McNay Art Museum exhibit showcases works from Parker’s favorite artists over 50 years. Guests can experience this exhibit with museum admission through March 3.

Grune Hall presents Eli Young Band in concert. Venture just outside the city limits to Gruene Hall for an evening with Eli Young Band. The Texas-based country group has released six albums during their career, including 2022’s “Love Talking”. Select tickets are still available.

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts presents Piano Men: Generations. Father and son duo Terry and Nick Davies pay tribute to legendary artists Billy Joel and Elton John at the Tobin Center. Guests will embark on a musical journey through Joel and John’s most timeless hits to celebrate the many contributions both icons have made to the entertainment industry. Tickets are available on the Tobin Center website.

Friday, March 1

Classical Music Institute presents Six Pack. Classical Music Institute (CMI) string members team up with guest pianist Daniel Anastasi for a six-person performance that features masterpieces by rarely heard composers at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Arrive an hour early for the chance to meet and mingle with CMI artists in a pre-concert discussion. Attendees are also encouraged to stick around after the show for a post-concert “prost” to end the evening.

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Corey Holcomb. Comedian and radio host Corey Holcomb is the latest special guest at The Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club. He’s best known for regular appearances on improv shows including Last Comic Standing and Nick Cannon Presents Wild ‘n Out. Shows are scheduled through March 3.

Saturday, March 2

Mexican American Civil Rights Institute presents Latina Spring Film Series: Breaking the News. The Central Library hosts a special screening of the documentary film, Breaking the News, presented by the Mexican American Civil Rights Institute and KLRN. Following the screening, guests will also participate in a live Q&A with the film’s director/producer and San Antonio native, Chelsea Hernandez. Complimentary refreshments and popcorn will be provided. Admission is free and open to the public.

Marc Anthony in concert. Latin music superstar Marc Anthony comes to Frost Bank Center as part of his national tour. The voice behind hit songs like “Flor Pálida” will perform music from his 2022 album, “Pa’llá voy”. Get more concert information via Ticketmaster.

Marc Anthony Concert

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