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Catch a small band perform at the Rustic during its free concert series. | Photo by SATXtoday team
It’s always special when your favorite artist releases new music, but nothing compares to watching them perform live in your hometown.

New concert announcements are dropping every day, but this year’s slate already rivals 2023’s with colossal pop, rock, R&B, and country tours on the horizon.

❄️ Winter

Lo Mejor del Rock en Español Tour 2024 | This Tejano concert will include Cala de Villa, Xava Drago, Kenny y Los Electricos, and more.
  • Date: Friday, March 8
  • Venue: Aztec Theatre
  • Tickets
Drake with J. Cole: It’s All A Blur Tour - Big As The What? | Just hold on we’re headed out for a night of hip hop + rap.
  • Dates: Thursday, March 14 + Friday, March 15
  • Venue: Frost Bank Center
  • Tickets

🌷 Spring

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See the pop star on tour for one night only in San Antonio.


Photo by Charlotte Rutherford

Zebra | This band is set to perform its debut album from 1983.
  • Dates: Sunday, April 28
  • Venue: The Espee
  • Tickets
Justin Timberlake - The Forget Tomorrow World Tour | He’s bringing sexy back for one night in the Alamo City.
  • Dates: Wednesday, May 29
  • Venue: Frost Bank Center
  • Tickets

☀️ Summer

SATXtoday: Jennifer Lopez

Snag your ticket to JLO’s tour stop in the Alamo City.


Photo by Norman Jean Roy

blink-182 - ONE MORE TIME | Get ready to rock out with this pop punk band one more time.
  • Dates: Monday, June 24
  • Venue: Frost Bank Center
  • Tickets
Jennifer Lopez: This Is Me...Now The Tour | See Jenny from the block perform iconic hits and new releases from her latest album.
  • Dates: Friday, July 5
  • Venue: Frost Bank Center
  • Tickets
How many local concerts do you attend annually?

A. 1-2
B. 2-4
C. More than 5
Wednesday, Feb. 21
  • TWIB-SA February Mixer | Wednesday, Feb. 21 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | Inspired Closets, 923 N. Loop 1604 E. #107, San Antonio | $10 | Grab a glass of wine and network with the San Antonio Chapter of Texas Women in Business.
  • Composting Basics: Methods & Practices | Wednesday, Feb. 21 | 6-8 p.m. | Eco Centro, 1802 N. Main Ave., San Antonio | $10 | Learn how to reduce waste and turn trash into organic soil to improve your home garden.
  • Thank You For Being A Friend: A Golden Girls Parody | Wednesday, Feb. 21-Sunday, Feb. 25 | Various times | Woodlawn Pointe, 702 Donaldson Ave., San Antonio | $20 | Laugh until your stomach hurts with this all-male cast parody of the 1980’s sitcom.
Thursday, Feb. 22
  • Personal Branding Workshop with Lola Linarte | Thursday, Feb. 22 | 4-7 p.m. | Kiki’s Coffee & Spirits, 1100 Broadway, San Antonio | $99 | Bring your notepad and pen as you learn how to market yourself regardless of industry.
  • Movies in the Park | Thursday, Feb. 22 | 6-8:30 p.m. | Garza Community Center, 1450 Mira Vista, San Antonio | Free | Bring the blankets + snacks as you and the family enjoy a showing of Disney’s “Tangled.”
  • Paranormal Cirque | Thursday, Feb. 22-Sunday, Feb. 25 | 7-11:45 p.m. | Rolling Oaks Mall, 6909 N. Loop 1604 E., San Antonio | $15-$60 | Dare to see this R-rated horror circus performance.
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Add to cal: Somerset Academy Collegiate’s Showcase Days
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Check out Somerset Academy Collegiate at two upcoming events. | Photo provided by Somerset Academy.
Looking to learn more about local PK4-12 education options? Somerset Academies of Texas is hosting two community events at its Collegiate campus (4802 Vance Jackson Rd.) for prospective students + families:
  • Academy Showcase | Thursday, Feb. 22 (4 -7:30 p.m.) + Friday, Feb. 23 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.; 4-6 p.m.) | Explore a curriculum fair, tour the school, and receive help with re-enrollment or new applications.
  • Kindergarten Round-Up | Friday, Feb. 23 | 10 a.m.-2 p.m.| Check out a petting zoo and food trucks before touring campus.
News Notes
  • The concerts keep coming. Mexican singer + superstar Peso Pluma is bringing his “Exodo” tour to the Frost Bank Center this summer on July 17. Tickets go on sale at noon this Friday, Feb. 23. Fun fact: Peso Pluma was the most streamed YouTube artist in 2023.
  • A new 104,000-sqft H-E-B is coming to the Fair Oaks Ranch neighborhood. The latest grocery store opens Wednesday, March 6, at 6 a.m. at 29388 IH 10 W. More of a curbside customer? No worries, curbside and home delivery options open up on Monday, March 4.
Coming Soon
  • That new shop smell. Southtown Supply Co. is moving on up with its first storefront coming later this spring. In an Instagram post, the owner thanked its patrons for the support and announced a new clothing collection + online store are coming soon.
  • After four years of engineering, a plane built by Southwest ISD students flew it’s maiden flight yesterday. Dragon 1 took off from Stinson Municipal Airport with a ceremony attended by current and former students. Check out the video. (SA Express News)
  • Porsche magazine Type 7 published an article showcasing a local pair of vintage 924 + 944 Porsche’s. San Antonian Justin Roeser tells the story of how he and his friend Blaine Waddell acquired the cars. The pictures are stunning, accentuated by the iconic orange/red exterior of the Central Library.
  • What would you do with an extra day? We are in a leap year, meaning there’s an extra day this month, and we want to know how you would spend the extra time. Take our survey for chance to be featured in a special edition leap day newsletter.
  • Jeremy Peña debuts his new swing and Jose Abreu is doing something unusual to prepare for the new season. Get the latest news, analysis, and insider information for the Houston Astros with Locked On’s daily, team-focused podcasts.
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SATXtoday: downtown San Antonio
Say hello to spring San Antonio. | Photo by Frederick Gonzales
Florals for spring? Groundbreaking.

That was a quick winter. After a couple of freezes, we are starting to feel that spring warmth and daily dose of sunshine.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently released its newest seasonal climate outlook — here’s what the next three months may look like in the Alamo City.

Probability for a warmer, drier spring

The NOAA forecasts equal chances of warmer + cooler temperatures this March, April, and May. During that time frame, researchers also predict lower precipitation than average.

As a refresher, here’s what the spring months typically look like in San Antonio:

  • Average high temperatures: 72º-78°
  • Average rainfall: 1.9 inches
  • Average high temperatures: 78º-84º
  • Average rainfall: 1.9 inches
  • Average high temperatures: 84º-90º
  • Average rainfall: 3.3 inches
The Buy
A comfy fit to curl up in while it’s still sweatshirt and hoodie season. We love: this pink + lime crop by East of These and this Blue Ridge Parkway sweatshirt from Burlaep.
Do you participate in Free Landfill Days?

Black and red garbage truck outside of the Mission Drive-In Theatre

Learn how to dispose of your difficult items the right way.


Photo by the City of San Antonio

Earlier this week we asked if you participate in the city’s free landfill days, here’s what you said: 57% said yes they do, and 43% didn’t know about the annual event. Glad we could teach you something new.
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