Events

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 Wednesday afternoon so come back often.

Jan 18

Goat Yoga and Wine Tasting

Three Dudes Winery

Enjoy a 45 minute goat yoga session, 15 minutes of extra goat cuddles, and a wine tasting. All with a view of the river.

Jan 18

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 19

Unicycle Football

San Marcos Activity Center

Unicycle Football is exactly as it sounds. American Football played entirely on unicycles. They play a 5 on 5 "flackle" (flag/tackle) variant on hard surface. There are a few minor adjustments in the rules to accommodate being on a unicycle but it's good ol' American Football as you know and love.

Jan 20

MLK Celebration and March

LBJ MLK Crossroads Memorial

The MLK Celebration and March will start with a public wreath-laying at 9:30 a.m. at the Crossroads Memorial, on the corner of South LBJ and MLK Drives. After that there will be a silent march to the Dunbar Recreation Center for a memorial celebration where a speech will be made by SMHS principal Denisha Presley.

Jan 20

Bill Middleton Open Mic Night

Middleton Brewing

Come sign up and play at the Middleton Open Mic night dubbed as Hays County's longest continuously running open mic night. Come join Bill Middleton every Monday from 6:00pm-9:00pm.

Jan 22

Kent Finlay's Songwriters Circle

Cheatham Street Warehouse

Come join the Cheatham Street Music Foundation as they host their weekly Songwriters Circle. Talented musicians from around Central Texas will perform original songs throughout the night. You never know who might walk in and perform!

Jan 23

Josh Abbott and William Clark Green

The Marc

Start your weekend a day early with Josh Abbott and William Clark Green live at the Marc. Doors at 7:00pm.

Jan 24

Escapism Plan

The Porch

Chief and the Doomsday Device brings you a live eclectic DJ mix EVERY Friday at Tantra. The show will also feature a SMTX, pop-up record shop and art show.

Jan 25

Hip Hops and Grain

Hops & Grain

Every 4th Saturday is Hip Hops and Grain time at Hops & Grain San Marcos! there will be live hip-hop while you check out some local artists and vendors with a little local craft beer for flavor.

Jan 25

Goat Yoga and Wine Tasting

Three Dudes Winery

Enjoy a 45 minute goat yoga session, 15 minutes of extra goat cuddles, and a wine tasting. All with a view of the river.

Jan 26

Unicycle Football

San Marcos Activity Center

Unicycle Football is exactly as it sounds. American Football played entirely on unicycles. They play a 5 on 5 "flackle" (flag/tackle) variant on hard surface. There are a few minor adjustments in the rules to accommodate being on a unicycle but it's good ol' American Football as you know and love.

Feb 1

First Saturday Birding Hikes

Various San Marcos Venues

(First Saturday of every month at sunrise) Interested in birding hikes? From water fowl to woodpeckers to hawks to songbirds - you never know which feathered friends will be spotted.

Feb 1

Cheat Codes

The Marc

Keep the weekend rolling with Cheat Codes live at The Marc. Doors at 7:00pm

Feb 2

Unicycle Football

San Marcos Activity Center

Unicycle Football is exactly as it sounds. American Football played entirely on unicycles. They play a 5 on 5 "flackle" (flag/tackle) variant on hard surface. There are a few minor adjustments in the rules to accommodate being on a unicycle but it's good ol' American Football as you know and love.

Feb 3

Trail Riders Downtown

San Marcos Downtown Square

Make your way to the Hays County Courthouse lawn as the cowboys make their way through town! Horses, wagons and plenty of cowboy hats are a sight to see.

Feb 6 to Feb 9

blu

Performing Arts Center at Texas State University

Memory, history, and culture collide with starlit rooftop dreams as Soledad and her partner, Hailstorm, redefine family on their own terms after the death of their eldest son in Iraq. blu, steeped in poetic realism and contemporary politics, challenges us imagine a time before war.

Feb 7 to Feb 8

Eddie Durham Jazz Celebration and Hill Country Jazz Festival

Evans Auditorium – Texas State University

From big bands and combos to individual instrumentalists, the Hill Country Jazz Festival will feature some of the best performers west of the Mississippi River.

Feb 7

SUPPLE Series presents: Robin and Linda Williams

Performing Arts Center at Texas State University

For more than three decades now, Robin & Linda Williams have made it their mission to perform the music that they love, “a robust blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that combines wryly observant lyrics with a wide-ranging melodicism.”

Feb 7

First Friday Art Market

Studio San Martian

Studio San Martian presents 1st Friday Art Market with artists and vendors to choose from an some live music by DJ Chipper Johnson and DJ Rythmicity.