Jan 1 to May 13

Texas State University Bobcat Athletics Events

TXST Athletics Ticket Office

Texas State University is home to the Bobcats Division I athletics program that competes in the Sunbelt Conference.

Jan 1 to Dec 31

Live Music This Week

Various San Marcos Venues

Plan your evenings in San Marcos where there’s live music every night of the week! This list of who’s playing where is updated every Tuesday afternoon so come back often.

Jan 25

Caroline Steiger

Performing Arts Center at Texas State University

Committed to chamber music, Dr. Caroline Steiger has played with the Potsdam Brass Quintet, faculty quintet-in-residence at SUNY potsdam, and the Emblems Woodwind Quintet, an Ann Arbor-based quintet focused on performing new and underrepresented works.

Jan 26


Kiva Lounge and Bar

Brewfish live at Kiva with special guests: Bonsai Nation and Roleros Cosmicos. Doors at 9:00pm, music starts at 10:00pm, $5 cover.

Jan 27

Koe Wetzel

Cheatham Street Warehouse

Koe Wetzel brings a new sound to Texas Rock 'n' Roll as they play at the Historic Cheatham Street Warehouse.

Jan 27

Acoustic Fridays

Root Cellar Bakery

This weekly acoustic installment at the Root Cellar Bakery will feature an assortment of local artists every week.

Jan 28

TXST Quidditch Diamond Cup V

Texas State Soccer Complex

What's Quidditch? Harry Potter fans are sure to know. Come out and watch to find out. Teams from across the state will clash at the Diamond Cup.

Jan 28

The Bright Light Social Hour

The Marc

The Bright Light Social Hour live at The Marc. Doors at 7:00pm.

Jan 28

Saturday Farmer's Market

San Marcos Downtown Square

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM | San Marcos Farmer's Market provides an outlet for Central Texas farmers to market their crops and a source of fresh, homegrown and homemade products for the local consumer.

Jan 29

Celtic Fest

San Marcos Activity Center

Featuring a full afternoon of Celtic bands, Irish dancers, pipers, art gallery exhibits, artists and craftspeople, children’s activities, Merlin the Wise, poets and films. Admission is free.