1. UTSA vs Houston
UTSA Roadrunners coach Jeff Traylor wants fans to flood the Alamodome for the season opener against No. 24 Houston. The squad will unveil the 2021 Conference USA Champion flag before kickoff. Tickets here. 100 Montana St., 2:30 p.m.
2. Kristin Chenoweth
Kristin Chenoweth is in San Antonio to promote “For The Girls.” Chenoweth originated the role of Glinda in Wicked and has appeared in other theatres, TV, and film productions. Tickets here. 224 E. Houston St.
3. Agarita + The Harlem Quartet
Agarita will perform with the Harlem Quartet at Carver Cultural Community Center. Mendelssohn, Mozart, Guido-Lopez Gavilan, etc. will be performed. Free concert; reservations recommended. 226 N. Hackberry St.
4. A Chorus Line
The Woodlawn Theatre production ends this weekend. Local actors perform a musical about a Broadway chorus audition. “At the Ballet,” “I Hope I Get It,” and “I Can Do That” Tickets here. Fri-Sat, 7:30; Sun, 3 1920 Fredericksburg
5. Robert Earl Keen
Robert Earl Keen’s “I’m Coming Home, The Final Weekend” tour stops at John T. Floore’s all weekend. Galloway starts. Tickets here. Thursday & Saturday: 6:30 p.m.; Sunday: 6 p.m.; Monday: 5 p.m. Old Bandera Road
6. San Japan
The largest anime convention in South Texas returns for another weekend of panels, cosplay contests, special guests, game sessions, and concerts. Day and weekend passes are available. Friday-Sunday varies. Market Street 900
7. Three Years of Fear
CAST Schools students will perform Tafolla Toro this weekend. Gomez’s middle school years are chronicled in the book and play, which promote mental health and violence discussions. Here are the $5 tickets. 2 pm Saturday Street 2Kidneys
8. STEAM Sunday: Kicking Kidneys
The kidney’s function In this kids’ workshop, they’ll dissect a kidney to find out. The Power of Poison, which closes Monday, inspired Sunday’s activities. Register. 3801 Broadway, Sunday 1:30-2:30
9. Fajita Lounge Showdown
Five local chefs will compete to see who makes the best fajitas. The Texases and DJ Plata will perform at the event. Admission is $10. 2806 N. St. Mary’s St.
10. A Taste of Nigeria Festival
A one-day celebration of Nigerian food, music, and culture in San Antonio. Fashion shows, markets, music, and more are planned. Reserving tickets. Children enter free. noon-7 pm Saturday | Add: 6060 Montgomery