The Best Live Music Venues in San Antonio

Who doesn’t love a good live music performance? If you’re in search of a rowdy night, a chilled night, or maybe a little bit of both, San Antonio has it all. Throw in some of the best food the city has to offer and you’re really in for a treat. Here are the top six venues for live music in San Antonio. Did we miss something? Let us know your favorite venue in the comments! 

Aztec TheaterAztec Theater, San Antonio

The lobby of the Aztec Theater | ©Mike McBride/Flickr

Built in 1926, the Aztec Theater is one of Texas’ most unique sites to see. Get a real taste for Texas culture here, whether you’re looking for a night of live music, comedy acts, and even podcast tapings.

Tobin Center for the Performing ArtsTobin Center for the Performing Arts, San Antonio

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts | ©Nan Palermo/Flickr

Known as the “Pride of the River” due to its proximity to the River Walk, the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is an incredibly versatile venue that hosts some of San Antonio’s best musicians. Choose from the almost 2,000 seat main arena, the 300 seat Studio Theater, or the outdoor arena right by the water!

John T. Floore Country StoreJohn T. Floore Country Store, San Antonio

Stage | ©Sarah Martin/Flickr

Cowboy hats hang from the ceiling of this Honky Tonk locale. For over 70 years, Floore’s Country Store has offered ice cold beer to concert goers who have had the opportunity to see Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline and Elvis Presley here. Known by many as the musical birthplace of Willie Nelson, Floore’s offers a full menu of classic Texan food in addition to their great shows. Better grab your dancing shoes for this one!

Pearl BreweryPearl Brewery, San Antonio

Pearl Brewery | ©Katie Haugland Bowen/Flickr

Pearl Brewery offers lots of great food, shopping, and even a farmer’s market. A common theme of the shows at the brewery is Latin culture! Get in touch with popular Latin music and food at any of the numerous Latin-inspired events.

Sam’s Burger JointSam's Burger Joint, San Antonio

Matt Adler – The Sound EP Release Party! | ©Nan Palermo/Flickr

Not far from Pearl Brewery, Sam’s offers Texas swing music and dancing, Texas style ’70s music, delicious burgers, cold beers, old license plates, and plenty of taxidermy.

Majestic Theatre

Majestic Theatre, San Antonio

Alice Cooper (San Antonio, Texas, 2015-02-11) | ©Ralph Arvesen/Flickr

The Broadway of Texas is big, beautiful, opulent, and hosts national touring artists as well as some of the biggest names in music.

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