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Performing Arts

Top Rated Attractions in San Antonio

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The Majestic Theatre

Built in 1929, the Majestic Theatre is the prime venue in the city for performing arts. The architecture reflects Baroque and Mediterranean influences. Elaborate ornamentation, colorful walls with creeping grape vines, statues, a tiled roof, and many other design elements make this venue a magical setting. It features a huge stage and grand lobbies, also plays host to private and corporate events.

John T. Floore's Country Store

Despite its name, you won't find any feed or farm equipment for sale at John T. Floore's Country Store. This music venue has hosted many renowned musical artists and launched the careers of several others. Willie Nelson, B.B. King, Bob Dylan, and Elvis Presley have all performed here. Munch on some tamales from the cafe and sip on a Lone Star while enjoying world-class performances at this historic Texas venue.

Japanese Tea Gardens (Sunken Gardens)

In 1915, the city requested a Japanese immigrant and his wife to transform an old rock quarry into a Japanese-styled garden, and a man named Mr. Kimi Eizo Jingu agreed to the task. He started with a rock house, which still stands today and is surrounded by winding pebble walkways, stone bridges, a waterfall and tranquil pools. His work transformed the old rock quarry into a garden filled with lily ponds and lush green vegetation. With the onset of World War II and the growing anti-Japanese sentiment that surrounded it, the city council changed the garden's name to "Chinese Sunken Garden." In 1983, the original name was finally restored.

AT&T Center

Home of the San Antonio Spurs basketball team, the AT&T Center houses many sporting events in basketball and hockey, as well as the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. It is also a premier facility for concerts, with big-name acts in music and comedy regularly paying a visit to the AT&T Center stage.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

The city's largest theme park now boasts not only the shows and musical reviews that made it popular, but also dozens of rides and a water park. Each year the park adds new and faster rides, primarily in the roller coaster category. The water park expands each year, as well. In addition, the musical shows always manage to upstage what had been done previously. All of the shows are held at Lone Star Lil's in Crackaxle Canyon. Definitely an all-day trip, Fiesta Texas is a fun adventure.

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is a world-class venue on the banks of the San Antonio River. The iconic limestone arena was once called the Municipal Auditorium and originally built as a memorial to Americans who died fighting in World War I.The renovated center features a multi-purpose, 2039-seat Performance Hall and an outdoor performance plaza with a video wall and water taxi portal. Concerts, symphonies, operas, plays, ballets, and other performances are held here throughout the year. The center, has hence much evolved, and is now a symbol of the progressive creativity of San Antonio's individuals.

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