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.

Aug 1 to May 31

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.

Sep 25

Mason Lively's Tuesday Night Residency (Night 2)

Cheatham Street Warehouse

Mason Lively continues his Tuesday night residency at Cheatham Street Warehouse. Doors at 8:00pm. Tickets: $7/adv or $10/door.

Sep 26

Hamelin & DeBow

Performing Arts Center at Texas State University

The reason Texas State University brings in so many talented students is because of the talented faculty. Karla Hamelin (cello) & Faith DeBow (piano) are two top faculty performers who bring power and passion to their performances. One stage. One night.

Sep 26

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!

Sep 27

Spag Heddy

The Marc

AfterDark Entertainment presents Spag Heddy with special guest Tisoki. Doors: 8:30pm, Tickets: $5

Sep 27

The Read Southall Band

Cheatham Street Warehouse

The Read Southall Band is back at Cheatham Street Warehouse. Why not start your weekend a day early? Doors at 8:00pm, Tickets: $10/adv or $12/door.

Sep 28

Stars At Night Concert Series featuring TXST Faculty showcase performing Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire.

Performing Arts Center at Texas State University

Stars At Night Concert Series featuring TXST Faculty showcase performing Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire. Arnold Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire stands as one of the seminal works of 20th century modern art.

Sep 28

Escapism Plan

Tantra Coffeehouse

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.

Sep 28

Jess Stratton

Cheatham Street Warehouse

Jesse Stratton is back at Cheatham Street Warehouse with his perfect mix of Americana and Texas country. Start your weekend off on the right foot! Doors: 8:00pm, Tickets: $10

Sep 29

Gourdgeous Glass Pumpkin Patch

Wimberley Glassworks

Feast your eyes on Wimberley Glassworks annual Gourdgeous Glass Pumpkin Patch with hundreds of glass pumpkins and gourds.

Sep 29

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.

Sep 30

Unicycle Football

San Marcos Activity Center

Unicycle Football is exactly as it sounds. American football played entirely on unicycles. We play a 5 on 5 "flackle" (flag/tackle) variant on hard surface.

Oct 1

John Riley

Performing Arts Center at Texas State University

Internationally known, John Riley has performed with jazz greats such a Stan Getz, Milt Jackson, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, John Scofield, Bob Mintzer, Gary Peacock, Mike Stern, Joe Lovano, the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band, John Patitucci, Bob Berg to name a few. On October 1st, he will be performing with our nationally known Texas State Jazz Ensemble. This would be considered a DO NOT MISS!!

Oct 2 to Oct 7

Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play

Performing Arts Center at Texas State University

Anne Washburn’s “Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play,” imagines a post-apocalyptic world comforted by “The Simpsons.”

Oct 2

TXST Symphonic Orchestra

Evans Auditorium – Texas State University

Jacob is the newly appointed director of orchestral activities and associate professor of conducting. At his previous institution, he received multiple awards for his teaching as the director of the orchestra program and professor of conducting at Iowa State University.

Oct 4

TXST Concert Band and Symphonic Winds

Evans Auditorium – Texas State University

Join the concert band under the direction of Matthew Holzner and the TXST Symphonic Winds under the direction of Dr. Kyle Glaser as they present their first concert of 2018-19.

Oct 5

Drew Fish Band

Cheatham Street Warehouse

Drew Fish Band's music captures the essence of Texas—floating down the Guadalupe River at Gruene, watching the surf roll in at Port Aransas, listening to the rhythm of a windmill in Lubbock, or eating a fried Twinkie at the State Fair with a girl who probably has the skills to win her own bear on the midway. Doors: 8:00pm, Tickets: $10

Oct 5

TXST Wind Symphony

Evans Auditorium – Texas State University

Dr. Caroline Beatty conducts the critically acclaimed TXST Wind Symphony in their first concert of the academic year. The ensemble has been honored with an invitation to perform at the prestigious TMEA Conference in February, 2019!

Oct 5

First Friday Block Party SMTX

Studio San Martian

First Friday Block Party is a celebration featuring Tantra Coffee House, Gumby's Pizza, Bower Bird and Zelick's including a pop up market, live music and other fun activities.