Are you looking for some weekend plans in San Antonio?

The weekend is once again upon us and there is no short supply of happenings in San Antonio. Guests at Dwelling Suites, doing an extended stay in San Antonio can load up their calendars this weekend with Cinco de Mayo celebrations and Kentucky Derby parties! Check out just a few of the shindigs below. Things to do in San Antonio This Weekend: May 4-7 – Online – May 2017 Urinetown
It’s the opening weekend of The Playhouse San Antonio’s latest production. Set in the not-so-distant future, the satirical musical tells the story of a town where a severe, prolonged water shortage prompted the government to ban private toilets. Those who can’t afford to use paid public toilets are exiled to the mysterious Urinetown. Friday-Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 3 p.m. The Playhouse, 800 W. Ashby Place, 210-733-7258,

Cinco de Mayo
Market Square will come alive with live music by the Palacio Brothers, Patsy Torres, Ruben V and others throughout this free three-day Cinco de Mayo celebration. On Friday, there will also be live Cinco de Mayo performances at the Arneson River Theatre in La Villita. Friday noon-Sunday 7 p.m., Market Square, 514 W. Commerce St., 210-207-8600,

The Art of Music
Musicians from the San Antonio Symphony will perform throughout the San Antonio Museum of Art’s Cowden Gallery as part of an event celebrating the visiting Of Country and Culture exhibition, which features Aboriginal Australian contemporary art. A cash bar also will be available. Friday, 6:30-8 p.m. San Antonio Museum of Art, 200 W. Jones Ave., 210-978-8100,

Cinco de Derby
Don your bowties and derby hats to celebrate Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby in one event. Enjoy games, margaritas, mint juleps, tasty eats and more. Proceeds support the San Antonio Public Library Foundation. Saturday, 3-6:30 p.m. Quarry Golf Club, 444 E. Basse Road, 210-225-4728,

Black Swan
Violinist Tim Fain, who performed on screen and in the soundtrack for Black Swan, stars in this free concert presented by Musical Bridges Around the World. Robert Koenig, a UC Santa Barbara professor and renowned pianist, also will perform. An 8 p.m. reception follows the performance. Sunday, 7 p.m. San Fernando Cathedral, 115 W. Main Plaza, 210-464-1534,

A night at the Magik
Celebrate the past and future of the Magik Theatre during a cocktail party with pop-up performances, live music by the Latin Playerz Big Band and bites from Biga on the Banks, Piatti and Paloma Blanca. Proceeds benefit the theater’s arts and education programs. Saturday, 7-11 p.m. Magik Theatre, 420 S. Alamo St., 210-227-2751,  Read more…


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