Every week, KRTU will release a curated list of events happening in San Antonio to show you what’s happenin’. More information for each event can be found at the linked websites.


What’s happening: Residente US Tour 2018

Who’s playing: Residente

Who can go: All ages

Where: The Aztec Theatre

When: Monday, Oct. 15. Doors @ 7:00 p.m.

René Juan Pérez Joglar, known by his stage name Residente, is a Puerto Rican rapper, writer and founder of the alternative rap group Calle 13. His eponymous first album was released in March 2017, but his most recent sible, Rap Bruto, was released Oct. 5. Residente will perform at the Aztec with a 12-piece band. Tickets are available online.


What’s happening: Colony House Live in Concert Tour

Who’s playing: Colony House with The New Respects

Who can go: All ages

Where: Paper Tiger

When: Wednesday, Oct. 17. Doors @ 8:00 p.m.

The Tennessee-based band released Only The Lonely in 2017. Tickets are available online.


What’s happening: Screaming Females at Paper Tiger

Who’s playing: Screaming Females with Kitten Forever and Death Cult

Who can go: All ages

Where: Paper Tiger

When: Thursday, Oct. 18. Doors @ 8:00 p.m.

Screaming Females released their latest album, All At Once, February 2018. The New Jersey-based band is currently promoting the double LP on tour. Tickets are available online.


What’s happening: Electric Goodness

Who’s playing: The Freebiez, Alyson Alonzo, Porridge Fist, Alison Fletcher

Who can go: All ages

Where: Ventura SATX

When: Friday, Oct. 19. Doors @ 8:00 p.m.

The Freebiez will headline this free show. More info is available online.


What’s happening: Black and Brown Punk Fest TX, presented by Xingonas in the Pit

Who’s performing: Fea, Amygdala, Amalia Leticia Ortiz, Ojos htx, After Dinosaurs, Frijolera Riot, Donté Oxun, Esther Martinez, Mercutio & The Constantines, Jeva, Winter Wolf

Who can go: All ages, 21+ after midnight

Where: La Botanica

When: Saturday, Oct. 20. 5:00 p.m–2:00 a.m.

Xingonas in the Pit is a San Antonio-based “decolonial feminist punk fest aimed at celebrating mujer and nonbinary artists of color.” The collective presents San Antonio’s first “Black and Brown Punk Fest.” More info is available online.


What’s happening: I Hope You’re Happy Tour

Who’s playing: Blue October with Longwave

Who can go: All ages

Where: The Aztec Theatre

When: Sunday, Oct. 21. Doors @ 7:00 p.m.

Blue October is touring to promote their new album, I Hope You’re Happy. The album was released this August. Tickets are available online.