When the mercury is as high as it has been lately in Texas, it’s best to focus on activities that take place after the heat of day has subsided. Fortunately, the arts are strong in San Antonio, and there are dozens of evening activities in San Antonio on any given night. Guests of San Antonio, Texas Bed and Breakfasts have time to enjoy many of them.
The arts in San Antonio reflect the diverse population. There’s a symphony and classical ballet, but also Indian Dance, Japanese Folk Dance, and Classical Country Music. San Antonio is said to be the American capital of Tejano music, a lively blend of northern Mexican ranchero, German polka, and pop music. The Alameda Theater is dedicated to Spanish language entertainment, opportunities to dance the Tango are frequent at Rincon del Tango, and cross-cultural concerts featuring ethnic folk, classical, and jazz musicians take place at Musical Bridges.
Read on for a list of upcoming evening entertainment in San Antonio:
- Fiesta Noche del Rio at Arneson River Theatre. A great outdoor musical review. Ends 8.13.11.
- The King and I at San Pedro Playhouse. Ends August 8.21.11.
- Sunday Jazz at the Witte Museum. Outdoors, August 14, 2011.
- Beethoven Gardenkonzert at the King William Area. German entertainment, German food, and a beer garden. 8.19.11.
- Free Concerts on Wednesday nights at the County Line BBQ.
- Jazz in the Streets at The Shops at La Cantera. Saturdays through 9.3.11.
Guests of San Antonio Texas Bed and Breakfasts have an advantage over many travelers. The innkeepers are local, they love their home town, and they love to share what they know about it. Ask them for up-to-date entertainment tips, and for good restaurants near venues.