San Antonio is more than just great Mexican food, the Spurs, and the Riverwalk. San Antonio offers many entertainment options! In fact, entertainers love visiting the city because of the community and passion they experience every time. From wrestling to pop music, get your tickets to the hottest events going on this month at the AT&T Center.
July 11, 2017
The WWE Smackdown Superstars are returning to the Alamo City! If you’re looking for some Summer fun that won’t hurt the bank, hurry up and get your hands on these tickets! Tickets start at just $20. Fans will be able to see Randy Orton, AJ Styles, Charlotte Flair, Naomi, The USO’s, New Day, Shinsuke Nakamura, Dolph Ziggler, Baron Corbin, Natalya, and much more.
Even if you’re not into wrestling, you have to admit it’s a pretty good show. WWE is entertainment based, so even though there will be some staged fighting, there is a lot of acting and story lines that are incorporated into each show. Plus, this would make for a pretty fun date night.
July 21, 2017
Shawn Mendes is marking his third tour by bringing along Charlie Puth with him for the 2017 Illuminate World Tour. Prices to see Shawn Mendes are reasonable as well, with some tickets as low as $20.
Shawn is from Toronto and landed a contract with Island Records when he was just 16 years old. He gained popularity fast when he started posting videos of him singing on Vine, a popular 6-second video app. In just a few months, he gained millions of views and followers. When he was just 15 years old, he released his first single, which made it to number 24. He’s one of the youngest artists to have a debut song in the Billboard Hot 100.
A lot of people have been comparing Shawn Mendes to Justin Bieber. They both have a high range and a pretty face. Plus, all the teenage girls can’t seem to get enough of them. So if you’re heading to the Illuminate World Tour, be prepared to be around thousands of screaming girls.
July 22, 2017
Earth, Wind, and Fire might not so entertaining for the youngsters, but this group is a classic! Rolling Stones magazine described them as “innovative, precise yet sensual, calculated yet galvanizing” and said that they “changed the sound of black pop.” Earth, Wind, and Fire encompasses many music genres: R&B, soul, funk, jazz, disco, pop, rock, Latin, and African. They can easily be called one of the most successful bands to date.
Originally known as “The Salty Peppers,” the group was formed in 1969 in Chicago. It was originally just Maurice White, Wade Flemons, and Don Whitehead. A couple years later, White changed the group’s name to fit his astrological sign. Then, he held auditions, and the band grew to 10 people.
Earth, Wind, and Fire released their first album in 1971 and gained popularity almost instantly. Today, they have received 20 Grammy nominations and 12 American Music Award nominations. They’ve sold over 100 million records, and they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. They were also the first African-American act to sell out the Madison Square Garden. Their list of achievements goes on and on!
Earth, Wind, and Fire is known for their elaborate shows, so this is definitely one you don’t want to miss! Even if you’ve never heard of them, I’m positive that you’ve at least heard one of their songs.
July 29, 2017
Vans Warped Tour is ready to pack out the AT&T Center once again. Plenty of mosh pits and plenty of bands make for an unforgettable experience for music lovers. Make sure to pack to largest water bottle you can because this outdoor show is bringing together 64 bands to play in the Texas heat! You can expect to see American Authors, Bowling For Soup, Futuristic, Never Shout Never, Dance Gavin Dance, and more.
There’s no age limit, and here’s the best part. If your child is under 16 years old and has a ticket to the show, one parent gets in for free (one parent per kid). Warped Tour has been attracting younger fans, and they want every fan to be able to experience something new and exciting. If you want to beat the heat (and the lines), get there early. Doors open at 11 a.m.