Several concerts on tap for this weekend

Weekend wrap of events for July 22-23

By Erica Hernandez - Digital Journalist

SAN ANTONIO - If you are looking for something to do this weekend and you are music fan, this is the perfect weekend.

Here's a look at some of the music performances going on for the week of July 22-23:

Righteous Brothers: The duo will take the stage at the Tobin Center Friday night. Tickets are still available. 

Randy Houser: This is the first time the country artist has visited San Antonio. This time he will take the stage at Cowboys Dance Hall on Friday. Tickets are still available. 

Shawn Mendes: The pop sensation takes over the AT&T Center. This concert is on Friday night and tickets are still availble. 

Free Week Summer Camp: This all ages music event takes place both Friday and Saturday at the Paper Tiger on the St. Mary's Strip. Dozens of bands are are slated to perform. This two day music series is free. 

National Day of the Cowboy: This day is on Saturday and the Briscoe Western Art Museum will commemorate it with several different activities. This is free from high noon to 4 p.m. 

Mural Bike Ride: Summer Edition: This monthly bike ride will give you a tour of many of the murals in downtown San Antonio. Anybody can participate. Meet-up is on Saturday at 9:30 a.m., at Maverick Park. 

Earth, Wind & Fire: The legendary group will be at the AT&T Center on Saturday. Tickets are still available. 

Tex-Mex Honky Tonk Music Fest.: This is the first year this festival takes place. It will be at The Roundup Outdoor Music Venue in Boerne. Pat Green and David Lee Garza will perform. Tickets are still available. 

Texas Sized Blended Burger Bash: Burger fans will have the chance to vote for the best burger from five different chefs from around the state. This will take place at Alamo Beer Company on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Tickets are still available. 

Drum Corps International Southwest Championship: This annual competition features over 20 bands from across the nation. This begins at 2 p.m. at the Alamodome. Tickets are still available. 

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