San Antonio Events
People who live in San Antonio have a passion for live events whether it's a rock concert or Spurs game, they turn out in big numbers to attend. The city of San Antonio has long been one of the great places to see and explore. From the Alamo to the Riverwalk, there’s plenty to see and do. Over the last 20 years, the San Antonio Spurs have moved themselves to the top of that list.
San Antonio Sports
There is only one major professional sports team in the city: the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs won multiple NBA Championships and have a special place in the hearts of many San Antonio sports. San Antonio also loves the Dallas Cowboys and some are fans of the Houston Texans, Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies.
Lots of major sporting events come through the third-biggest city in the state of Texas, including the annual Alamo Bowl that takes place every December. The Final Four for men’s basketball has been hosted in San Antonio multiple times, as have many of the NCAA basketball regionals and the NBA All-Star Game was played in the Alamo City. The biggest annual event is the San Antonio Rodeo, taking place every March in the Frost Bank Center. The rodeo hosts everything from bull riding to some of the biggest acts in country music.
San Antonio Concerts
San Antonio is a hard rock city and has a deep history with music. Recall this is the city that banned Osbourne for performing in the city limits after he was arrested peeing on the Alamo. These days San Antonio has become a hotbed for all kinds of concerts including pop, hip hop, country music and Tejano music. Nothing showcases that as clearly as the lineup that plays the San Antonio Rodeo each Spring, as it will be sprinkled with country music, pop stars and more. There are venues big and small to accommodate a crowd of any size.
San Antonio Theater
San Antonio is now a regular destination for many Broadway touring shows. Or you can check out a holiday show or theater production at the Majestic Theatre on Houston St. in downtown San Antonio. There’s always something going on in the theatre that was first opened in 1929 and has since been restored.