January Events In San Antonio
Earth Explorers, through January 22
National Geographic presents Earth Explorers, an interactive exhibit with videos and photos by National Geographic photographers, teaching us about how animals interact with their environment.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, January 5
The band celebrates their 11th album and kicks off their Getaway TourThe Getaway Tour here in the Alamo City. Founding drummer, Jack Irons, will only be on the tour through January, so see them while you can!
U.S. Army All-American Bowl, January 7
This annual game has featured stars like Andrew Luck and Adrian Peterson. Each year, 90 high school players around the company come to San Antonio for the game - don't miss it.
The Illusionists, January 10-15
The Illusionists - Live From Broadway makes a tour stop in San Antonio. The group includes seven world-renowned magicians and illusionists, performing mind-blowing acts, including a water torture escape.
Roxaboxen, January 13-February 19
The Magik Theatre prides itself on adapting children's books for the stage. This production follows Alice McLerran's book about children who create their own imaginary town.
Senior Moments, January 14-29
Enjoy this musical, by Linda Kaufman, which pokes fun at the aspects of aging and caring for older parents.
Odd Squad Live, January 16
PBS' hit kids' show about a government agency that investigates strange events hits the stage in San Antonio.
Martin Luther King Jr. March and Rally, January 16
San Antonio's march honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of the largest in the country, drawing close to 300,000 participants each year. Community leaders, including Mayor Ivy Taylor will walk in remembrance.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, January 19
Famous astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, speaks on the Earth and the greater universe around us. VIP tickets are also available.
Mamma Mia, January 29
The hit musical and movie, written to the tunes of ABBA, will have you dancing in the aisles of the Tobin Center.