Set aside money for these things in SATX 2023

Don’t let these events sneak up on you.

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Get your foodie on at the return of the Texas Tasting Wine + Food Festival.

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$575. That’s how much money — at a minimum — you should plan to dish out if you’re looking to catch every big-ticket event coming to SATX this year.

Don’t let these events sneak up on you. We’re breaking down how much money you should set aside if you want to attend them.

Can’t miss it

San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo | Feb. 9-Feb. 26 | AT&T Center | $30-$850
From Midland to the Randy Rogers Band, this action-packed lineup is one you won’t want to miss.

“Hamilton” | June 20-July 2 | Majestic Theatre | $50-$250
Watch the musical that has created a revolutionary moment in theater.

Big Texas Comicon | October 6-October-8 | Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center | $26+
Last year’s convention brought celebrities like Matthew Lillard and Mario Lopez for autograph signing and other cosplaying action.

Tasting Texas Wine + Food Festival | October 26-29 | $300+
While the ticket package prices are yet to be announced, we’re almost certain we’ll be dropping the big bucks to take advantage of some of the city’s best eats.

Concerts worth the money

Maná: Mexico Querido y Lindo | April 1 + September 2 | 8 p.m. | AT&T Center | $40-$700
Oye Mi Amor — Due to overwhelming demand, this iconic Mexican pop-rock band added a second show in SATX.

Journey: Freedom Tour 2023 | April 4 | 7:30 p.m. | AT&T Center | $40-$950
Don’t Stop Believin’ — This legendary rock band is celebrating its 50th anniversary on this North American tour.

Red Hot Chili Peppers | May 17 | 6:30 p.m. | Alamodome | $50-$480
Featuring special guests The Strokes and Thundercat, this show will definitely be one for the books.

P!nk | September 25 | 6:30 p.m. | Alamodome | $40-$1000
If you’ve never been to a P!nk show, you’ll be in for a real high-flying treat.

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