Events in San Antonio, United States

EventStartsEndsDescriptionVenueAddress
Basketball - 11U Boys2018-04-21 00:00:002018-06-16 00:00:00Walzem Family YMCA5538 Walzem Road
Volleyball - 13U Co-Ed2018-04-21 00:00:002018-06-16 00:00:00Walzem Family YMCA5538 Walzem Road
USTA/TEXAS TEXAS-2018 55 & OVER WEEKDAY WOMEN2018-03-27 00:00:002018-06-26 00:00:00San Antonio, Texas, United StatesSan Antonio, Texas, United States
UTSA Daily Tours - April 20182018-04-26 10:00:00 Come experience our Main Campus and see all the great opportunities that UTSA can hold for you. Our T-Runner student tour guides are excited to show off our campus as well as their personal experiences as to why UTSA is so special. See you soon! Your one and a half hour tour will include:• Welcome/Admission Presentation• Campus Tour• Optional Housing Overview• Feel free to explore campus Please be aware that most university offices will not be open on the weekends and some building may not be accessible.  --- CHECK-IN: Located in the Bauerle Road Garage, the UTSA Welcome Center serves as the starting point for your campus experience. Feel free to use the google map link that is provided as well as looking out for our Roadrunner Nation banners to help you navigate to our office. PARKING: The UTSA Welcome Center is located on the ground floor of the Bauerle Road Garage where you need to park. Bauerle Road Garage parking is NOT VALIDATED and is $2.00 an hour. Bring your ticket with you once you exit your vehicle and payment will be due at one of our pay stations prior to your departure. If you have any issues with your ticket, parking attendants are located inside the garage down the breezeway from our office if you need further assistance. --- If you'd like to get a peek before coming on your tour, check out our Virtual Tour to get a bird's eye view of our beautiful campuses. Walk-ins are accepted on a limited basis and our self-guided experience will be offered if the tour is at capacity. Questions? Call our Welcome Center at 210-458-5145. University of Texas at San Antonio1 UTSA Circle
UTSA Baseball2017-12-28 00:00:002018-10-21 00:00:00University of Texas at San Antonio1 UTSA Circle
Zoé - Tour 21082018-04-26 19:00:00The Aztec Theater201 E. Commerce Street, Suite 300
Fiesta Cornyation2018-04-26 19:00:00Charline McCombs Empire Theatre226 North Saint Mary's Street
SPC Spring Open House 20182018-04-26 10:00:00 Join us for a day of learning with interesting programs offered at St. Philip's College in our Spring Open House event on Thursday, April 26, 2018 from 10:00-12:30 p.m. Prospective students will learn about the different programs offered at the college and get a demonstration of what we teach here at the college. They will also find out what kind of degree they will earn and what type of career opportunities are available after earning their degree. We will have tours, demonstrations, learn how to apply, scholarship/financial aid information, and the opportunity to participate in our official Fiesta event, CultureFest & Rib Cook-off/Car Show. Make sure to bring cash for CultureFest tickets. Watson Fine Arts Center Theater - St. Philips College1801 Martin Luther King Drive
San Antonio Teleconference: Retirement Accounts and Real Estate Investing.2018-04-26 12:00:00 Are you interested in learning about real estate investing (REI)? As you may know, you can use your Self-Directed IRA (SDIRA) or Solo 401k plans for real estate investing, to fund your deals (for simplicity, IRA will refer to any retirement account, and SDIRA will be for any account for REI). If you do not have either of these, we can refer you to experts who can help you, in most cases, roll your existing retirement account(s), in part or in full, into one of these accounts, so that you can begin real estate investing. Or, if you own your own home, and have equity, there are options to use that equity, such as a Home Equity Line Of Credit, or HELOC. You also don't have to "go at it alone." If you're looking for deeply discounted properties, we would love the opportunity to connect with you. We are professional investors, and our goal is to find deeply discounted properties, to help you with your investing goals! For example, we might pay $65,000 for a house that’s worth $100,000. And unlike CDs or some other investment options for your retirement, real estate can offer returns averaging 10%! In addition, we know people in the business, from closing companies to contractors for the repairs and maintenances, who are also recommended by others, so you'll know that they have good references. You can decide if you want to flip, or keep the property in your SDIRA's portfolio, and rent it out. We’ve have a large supply of discounted houses, nationwide, and would love to pass these deals along to you. You can rent locally, or nationally. If you’d like to save countless hours and thousands in marketing costs, join our VIP Buyer’s List. Please visit https://teamup.com/ksa7svz1371t58ortn to schedule our call. Set aside 60 minutes between 12pm – 8pm, PST. Calls on weekends are case by case, only. San Antonio6326 Ridge Forest Drive
Tommy Castro and the Painkillers2018-04-26 20:00:00 with The Mighty Orq
"An inspiredblend of high-energy blues, R&B and roadhouse rocksoulful, celebratory vocals and exquisite, stellar guitar Blues Revue"Swaggering, razor-wire gospel-tinged soul, simmering deep blues and hard-grooving house rockers" AllMusic.com"Gritty, funky, rocking and original" Boston Globe Blazing soul-blues rocker Tommy Castros musical roots run deep. As he unleashes his high-energy music to fans all over the world, Castro is inspired by the sounds he absorbed while coming of age on the rough and tumble side of San Jose, California. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, this was Castros home turfhis stomping ground. It was a place where the street-tough Mexican Americans and the counter-culture hippies came together to drink, smoke, laugh, party and listen to tunesthe hippies with their blues and rock, the Mexicans with their soul music. Mixing the blues-rock he loved and the soul music he heard blasting out from the lowriders cruising the streets, along with the socially conscious message songs of the day, Tommys own sound was born. He honed his guitar playing to a razors edge on the citys competitive bar scene, where he learned how to capture an audience with his intensely passionate vocals, stellar musicianship and dynamic performances. Almost every major rock and soul act, from Ike & Tina Turner to Janis Joplin to Elvin Bishop to Taj Mahal, toured through the area, and Castro was at almost every show. He saw John Lee Hooker, Albert King and Buddy Guy & Junior Wells at the same local blues bar, JJs, where he often jammed, dreaming of one day busting out.Over the course of his career, Tommy Castros San Jose DNA has always inspired his music, whether hes squeezing out the deepest blues or the funkiest soul grooves. He and The Painkillersbassist Randy McDonald, keyboardist Michael Emerson and drummer Bowen Brownhave played hundreds of shows to thousands of music lovers, always leaving his audiences screaming for more. All of his albums are filled with original blues, soul and West Coast rock, each song showing a slightly different side of Castros multifaceted musical personality. Billboard says the band plays irresistible contemporary blues-rock with street-level grit and soul. On his new album, Stompin Ground, Tommy Castro opens windows into both his past and his always-evolving musical future. Produced by Castro and guitar wunderkind Kid Andersen and recorded at Andersens soon-to-be legendary Greaseland Studio in San Jose, Stompin Ground finds Castro letting loose on a set of 12 tracks featuring six originals and new versions of songs he learned and played as a young up-and-comer. He is simultaneously looking back with autobiographical originals and cover songs that inspired him, while forging a forward trail with modern lyrics atop blistering blues-rock. With The Painkillers firing on all cylinders behind him, Castro lays it all on the line from the opening notes of Nonchalant to the final, introspective Live Every Day. From the autobiographical My Old Neighborhood to the socially aware Enough Is Enough and Fear is The Enemy to versions of Elvin Bishops Rock Bottom and Taj Majals Further On Down The Road (two of his favorite songs from his earliest heroes), Stompin Ground is pure musical pleasure. As soon as we started cutting, Castro says, we knew we were onto something.
Sam's Burger Joint Music Hall330 East Grayson Street

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