GET OUT for Sept. 22-25: South Texas Maize, Six Flags Fright Fest and more

Get Out! Sept. 22

Fall is officially here which means we are in full fall festivities mode from corn mazes to fright nights! Let’s take a look at some of the fun events the Alamo City has to offer this weekend.



South Texas Maize

Sept. 23. Corn Maze, farm animals, hay bales and more! South Texas Maize has everything to fulfill your fall festivities list. Get lost in their 7-acre maze along with other fun activities right on site. If you’re looking for a fun family activity this fall hop in the car for a short ride over to Hondo, Texas!

Friday, Sept. 23-Sunday, Nov. 20. Times vary depending on the day. Admission $15. MORE INFORMATION



The Compassion Experience

Sept. 23-26. Looking for a new interactive tour that takes you on a journey through various developing countries? If so, you must check out The Compassion Experience. This interactive tour is FREE and family friendly. Guests can experience true stories of children living in developing countries like Kenya and Uganda in this 2,000 square feet interactive exhibit. But move fast because it is only here for a few days before moving to the next city!

Friday, Sept. 23-Monday, Sept. 26. Times depend on the day. FREE Event. MORE INFORMATION



Colvin & Earle

Sept. 24. In celebration of their recently released album, Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle are coming to Empire Theatre Saturday! The longtime friends have united to record their self-titled debut. This event promises to be a rich and inspiring musical experience. One you don’t want to miss!

Saturday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. Tickets $32.50-$52.50. MORE INFORMATION




Six Flags Fright Fest

Sept. 24. Since it’s officially fall that means Halloween is right around the corner! That also means that it’s time for Six Flag’s Fright Fest which begins Saturday and goes all the way through October. You don’t want to miss out of the Spooktacular hauntings and treats Six Flags has to offer this year!

Saturday, Sept. 25-Sunday, Oct. 30. Friday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday and Sunday Noon to 10 p.m. MORE INFORMATION



Parsons Dance

Sept. 25. If you appreciate a good dance performance check out Parsons Dance at the Tobin Center! They’re a New York City-based modern dance Company who is internationally renowned for creating and performing contemporary American Dance. Parsons continues to pursue its mission to deliver positive, affirming, life enriching experiences to audiences worldwide.

Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. Tickets $20-$55. MORE INFORMATION



Fitness on Plaza: Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Sept. 25. Looking for a great way to relax before the week begins? Thanks to the University Health System you can enjoy a refreshing Sunday evening class on the Will Naylor Smith Plaza behind the Tobin Center. Mobile Om will be conducting a healing dose of vinyasa yoga with a 60-minute class. It is open to all ages and all you need is your own mat!

Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. FREE Event. MORE INFORMATION




Sept. 25. If you’re looking for a family-friendly day look no further! Síclovía is hitting the streets. The event is organized by the YMCA of Greater San Antonio that turns major streets into a safe place for adults and kids to exercise and play! You can join the fun on their Midtown East Route from Broadway to Alamo Plaza and Dignowity Park!

Sunday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. FREE Event. MORE INFORMATION




SeaWorld Spooktacular

Sept. 30-Oct. 30. What do dolphins and candy have in common? Seaworld’s Spooktacular! The month-long celebration brings kid-friendly Halloween shows and activities to the park. Kids and parents alike will have a blast meeting the FantaSea Characters, enjoy the all new hay maze and even show off your best costume while trick-or-treating throughout SeaWorld!

Friday, Sept. 30-Sunday, Oct. 30. Spooktacular is included with any SeaWorld admission. MORE INFORMATION



So what will you be doing this weekend? Go and Get Out

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