10 Events to Plan for this Fall

Written By Jillian Guinn

July 19, 2022

Fall in the 806 looks like Friday night lights, cooling temperatures, and festivals every weekend. Whether you want to celebrate the harvest season or enjoy a performance with loved ones, Lubbock has plenty of festivities that are sure to please everyone. Check out the list below for ten of the biggest events happening this autumn. 

At’l Do Farms Fall Festivities | Sept. 11 – Nov. 6, 2022

At’l Do Farms

Head out to At’l Do Farms for a classic way to kick off the fall season. This family friendly farm is picture-perfect featuring attractions like the corn cannon, cow train, hayride pumpkin patch, pumpkin hollow, barnyard and corn maze. 

South Plains Fair | Sept. 23 – Oct. 1, 2022

Panhandle-South Plains Fairgrounds

The South Plains Fair is a fall staple in the LBK. Cotton candy, funnel cakes and fried everything is calling your name. Enjoy exhilarating attractions like the enterprise or a romantic ride on the ferris wheel. Pet all the animals at the petting zoo or browse the vendor pop-ups for a cool souvenir. No matter what you do, fun and excitement are sure to follow. 

Cody Johnson | Sept. 23, 2022

Cook’s Garage

Cook’s Garage is a retro-themed concert venue, restaurant and bar with neon signs and vintage cars throughout the indoor and outdoor spaces. Purchase your tickets today to rock out to gold track certified country singer Cody Johnson and special guests Randy Houser and Ned LeDoux. 

Kevin James | Sept. 24, 2022

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences | Helen Devitt Jones Theater

Laugh along with famous actor and comedian Kevin James at Lubbock’s word-class theater, The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences. James, best known for his role as Doug Heffernan on The King of Queens and as Paul Blart in the movie Paul Blart: Mall Cop, is currently on his “Stand Up” tour, all the while continuing to act in numerous shows and movies. 

Texas Tech Rodeo | October (Exact Date TBD)

Cook’s Garage 

Get your guns up and boots on for the Texas Tech Rodeo at Cook’s garage. Get lost in this retro themed venue and watch as cowgirls and cowboys compete for the grand prize. 

LCU Theater Presents Little Women, The Musical | Oct 7-9, 2022

LCU McDonald Moody Auditorium

This family friendly musical, set during the civil war, is based on the American novel by Louisa May Alcott. Listen to the story of Jo March and her sisters while enjoying the beautiful music at the LCU McDonald Moody Auditorium. 

Llano Estacado Winery Grape Day | October 15, 2022 

The Llano Estacado Winery

Celebrate the end of harvest season with the Llano Estacado Winery as they commemorate 46 years of Texas winemaking with their annual Grape Day event. Grape Day, the largest festival held at the winery, is a celebration of the conclusion of the grape crush, which continues from late July to early October. Guests are offered an immersive experience as they enjoy self-guided tours, local vendors, art booths, food and local live music. There are even bounce houses for the kids! Over two-dozen Llano wines are available with the purchase of wine tickets. 

Howl-O-Ween Dog Run & Haunted Hussle | Oct. 15, 2022

Canyon Lake 6

Spooky season is upon us and what better way to get into the spirit other than with your furry friends. This event has two distance options: 2K9 or 4 miles without a leash. The 2K9, or 1.2 miles, is a family-friendly course that will take you along Canyon Lake 6 while the more challenging four mile course will take you through the City of Lubbock Cemetery to pay tribute to Buddy Holly and conclude with a loop around Canyon Lake 6. Dog supplies will also be collected and donated to Morris Safe House to help animals in need. 

Justin Moore | Nov. 5, 2022

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences | Helen Devitt Jones Theater

Multi-PLATINUM hitmaker Justin Moore is coming to Lubbock this fall at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences. Enjoy his traditional country music and get lost in this spectacular live performance.

Tim Allen | Nov. 12, 2022

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences | Helen Devitt Jones Theater

Coming to The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences this November, Tim Allen, best known for playing Tim “The Toolman” Taylor on Home Improvement and Mike Baxter on Last Man Standing, continues to perform stand-up shows all around the country! 


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