Your guide to the best live music in San Antonio this week

This week’s San Antonio Musical Gathering has a little something for everyone. Read on to see what shows have been announced, new music from local artists, and what ensemble is taking place this week.

The Symphony is back

The 2021-2022 San Antonio Orchestra lineup Pops Series is expected to take place crescendo from January 2022 to May 2022. The series includes four windows, including Hotel California, a classic ode to the Eagles; Rhapsody in Blue (celebrating George and Ira Gershwin); Fiesta Pops (a version of the annual celebration); and The Music of John Williams (with scores by Star wars, Harry potter, and more). All performances will take place at the HEB Performance Hall of the Tobin Center for Performing Arts.

Let yourself be enchanted

Bewitched DJ Collective invites you to join them for “a celebration of self-expression, of experimentation, and of being unabashedly yourself”.
If you like leather, latex and techno rather than the enchanting film franchise music, then this evening program may be for you. Bewitched, a DJ collective that brings dark music and visuals to local Texas hangouts, hosts free-spirited events “for everyone’s enjoyment.” After a May night at Paper Tiger, the group’s next sultry showcase is set to unfold start on site July 16. Attend the DJ sets of DJ Nicole Noire, Bad Acid 303, Markos Grave and DJ Caryatid.

Homeshake is heading towards San Antonio

Clear your calendars (almost a year in advance) because Homeshake, the nickname of Canadian artist Peter Sagar, is bound to shake things up in San Antonio. The soulful background music produced by this independent group will fill the Paper Tiger on May 2, 2022. The announcement comes with the release of their latest space single, Vacuum. Tickets are on to sell now.

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sleep well. at Brick

Set your alarms because sleep well. announced a tour stop in their hometown of San Antonio. The now Austin-based indie band will return to the city on the Ain’t Like it Used to Be tour, with additional stops in Austin, Dallas and Houston. Catch the local show at Brick at Bluestar later this month on Thursday, July 29. Take your tickets here.

Country star Doug Kershaw

If you’re looking for a good violin, grab country star and legendary violin player Doug Kershaw at Lonesome Rose on October 11. Tickets are on sale to sell now.

This week:

Make you cry

The stars have lined up: a New Wave and 80s goth encounter takes place at Sam’s Burger Joint when Boys Don’t Cry: A Cure Experience takes the stage this Saturday, July 10. What to expect ? Synths and thick eyeliner. Doors open at 8 p.m. tickets today.

Friday at Peacock Alley

Catch a fun DJ set from San Antonio-based Steven Lee Moya in the last downtown location, quickly becoming a major summer backdrop in the city. The event kicks off this Friday at 6 p.m., located off Broadway and between Houston and Travis streets. Until 9 p.m. the Event is free.

Listen to new songs

Texas-based rapper Tay Money recently released a single, now diffusable on Apple Music. Last week, the artist made an appearance on Midnight Swim.

See you next week to find out more!

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