July Events In San Antonio

Now that the 4th of July Festivities are behind us, don't get used to sitting still. Summer fun is alive and well in San Antonio, with activities for the whole family.

Shrek The Musical (Now through July 30)

The Woodlawn Theatre, www.woodlawntheatre.org

The hit musical, based on the popular 2001 movie, takes the stage at the Woodlawn Theatre. Relive the story with the whole family.

Diana Ross (July 5)

Majestic Theatre, www.majesticempire.com

Diana Ross, hit recording artist and 2016 Medal of Freedom winner, graces San Antonio's Majestic Theatre for her Name of Love tour.

Balcones Heights Jazz Festival (July 7, 14, 21, and 28)

Wonderland of the Americas, www.reachfortheheights.org

This annual and free series offers jazz music on Friday evenings at Wonderland of the Americas. This year, features host David Munoz.

Hairspray The Musical (July 7-August 6)

The Playhouse, www.theplayhousesa.org

Good morning, Baltimore! Join Tracy Turnblad in this musical based on the movie musical based on the movie. We dare you not to sing along!

Summer Block Party (July 9)

McNay Art Museum, www.mcnayart.org

This free Family Fun Day has families taking over the McNay campus with barbecue, sidewalk chalk, games, and of course, art tours.

Daryl Hall & John Oates with Tears for Fears (July 13)

AT&T Center, www.attcenter.com

Daryl Hall and John Oates are Rock and Roll Hall of Famers for a reason—they’re the No. 1 selling duo in music history. Hear them alongside the multiplatinum-selling Tears for Fears in this 29-city tour that includes a stop in San Antonio.

Video Games Live (July 15-16)

The Tobin Center, www.yosa.org

If your'e looking to get your kids and teens into orchestral music, they'll love the way that Youth Orchestras of San Antonio brings songs from your favorite video games to life. i

David Blaine Live (July 19)

Majestic Theatre, www.majesticempire.com

David Blaine is ready to blow your mind. He's been buried alive, endured a million volts of power, and more as he's stunned audiences worldwide.

The Righteous Brothers (July 21)

The Tobin Center, www.tobincenter.org

With hits like Unchained Melody and You've Lost That Loving Feeling, this is one show you don't want to miss.

Shawn Mendes (July 21)

AT&T Center, www.attcenter.com

This is bound to be one of the hottest tickets in town. Multiplatinum singer, Shawn Mendes, has had to add new stops on his world tour due to his popularity.

#IMomSoHard: Mom’s Night Out (July 27)

The Tobin Center, www.tobincenter.org

Calling all moms! If you've spent any time of Facebook lately, chances are you've been provided more than a few laughs, courtesy of Jenn and Kristin, the women behind the popular web series #IMomSoHard. They're taking their act tot he stage with a summer tour.

Idina Menzel (July 28)

The Tobin Center, www.tobincenter.org

From Wicked to Frozen, and so many things in between, this Tony-winning singer will perform songs from her most recent studio album, idina.

Vans Warped Tour (July 29)

AT&T Center, www.attcenter.com

The tour that’s been a mainstay for more than 20 years returns with headlining bands including The Adolescents, Municipal Waste, CKY, the Ataris and many others.

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