Must-Do Events This Summer Around San Antonio

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Is your summer schedule looking a little empty? No need to worry! San Antonio is full of fun things to see and do. Tour a palace, visit a park, participate in a festival – the sky's the limit. Here are some of our favorite things to do this summer in the area:
 
Tour the City
Do you really know San Antonio? Have you ever found yourself wondering what draws so many tourists to our city? Why not take the tourist's tour? Jump on a double-decker bus or a trolley and take one of the many sightseeing tours. You just might gain a new appreciation for our area!
 
Hear Patti LaBelle
Patti LaBelle is coming to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Listen to her classic R&B music and appreciate the acoustics of the theater at the same time. Patti's concert is schedule for 7 p.m. on Sunday, June 4, and is expected to draw quite a bit of interest. Get your tickets early.
 
See the Cirque
Cirque de la Symphonie is back at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, with three performances scheduled for June 9, June 10, and June 11. Watch the death-defying feats of the athletes as they perform to your utter amazement. Get your tickets early, because the last time they were in San Antonio the performances sold out quickly!
 
Cactus Pear Music Festival
The Cactus Pear Music Festival hosts five different programs with eighteen of the world's best musicians under the direction of Stephanie Sant'Abrogio. The first concert is scheduled for July 6 at Chapel in the Hills in Wimberley. Concerts in San Antonio will take place on Friday, July 7, Saturday, July 8, Friday, July 14, and Saturday, July 15, all at Concordia Lutheran. If you love modern classical music, these concerts are a must-see summer event.
 
From art and music to architecture and acrobatics, summer is a great time to live in San Antonio! Make your plans now to attend one of these popular summer activities, and get to know our city and its artistic side just a little bit better.
 

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