Tuesday, October 15

7:30 p.m. Live Music: Bon Jovi “Because We Can” tour

Bon Jovi will be performing at the AT&T Center (One AT&T Center) as part of their recent “Because We Can” tour for the release of their newest album “What About Now.” Admission is $19.50-$575. For tickets, visit tickemaster.com.

Wednesday, October 16

7 p.m. Film: “How to Lose Your Virginity”

A screening of the documentary that aims to uncover the myths and misogyny surrounding the world of virginity will take place in the Retama Auditorium (UC 2.02.02). The film focuses on interviews with sex educators, virginity auctioneers, abstinence advocates and young men and women “who bare their tales of doing it—or not doing it.” For more information on the film, visit virginitymovie.com.

Thursday, October 17

8 p.m. Music: Weird Al Yankovich

Weird Al Yankovich brings his blend of comedic humor to the Majestic Theatre (224 E. Houston St.) this Thursday. For over four decades, Weird Al has been creating Grammy award winning parodies of classic songs like “Eat It,” “Like a Surgeon,” “White and Nerdy” and his newest hit, “Perform This Way.” Admission is $27.50-47.50. Visit majesticempire.com for more details.

8:30 p.m. Live Music: King William Jazz Collective

The King William Jazz Collective will be performing at Carmen de la Calle Café (720 E. Mistletoe Ave). Enjoy tapas and drink specials all night. Admission is $10. For more information, visit carmendelacalle.com.

8:30 p.m. Theater: “Rocky Horror Picture Show”

The Woodlawn Theatre (1920 Fredericksburg Rd) presents “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” staring Michelle Visage, William and Alaska Thunderfuck — alumnus of “Ru-Paul’s Drag Race.” This is the second live production of the show this season. Admission is $35-$75. For more information, visit woodlawntheatre.org/rockyhorror.

Friday, October 18

6 p.m. Festival: 53 Annual Greek FUNstival

St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church (2504 N. St. Mary’s) celebrates the best in Greek culture with their three day festival filled with wine, food, dancing and handmade gift items. End the night with an authentic Greek coffee and a delectable pastry. Admission is $3 online. For more information, visit stsofiagoc.org.

Saturday, October 19

1 p.m. Festival: San Antonio Beer Festival

Hemisfair Park (200 S. Alamo St.) hosts the biggest celebration of all things beer! Beerfest brings over 200 craft and premium beers from local and worldwide breweries. Wine tasting, food and games will entertain all afternoon. Admission is $30 presale and $40 at the gate. Visit sanantoniobeerfestival.com for details.

Sunday, October 20

2 p.m. Music: Cinema Soundtrack

The San Antonio Symphony will be performing music related to films such as “Sherlock Holmes,” “The Duchess” and “Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day” at the McNay museum (6000 N. New Braunfels). Admission is free.

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