Month: June 2015

Lubbock Moonlight Musicals presents, Shrek the Musical

It’s been 14 years since Shrek and his spunky friend Donkey set out on their silver screen journey to the fictional land of Duloc. Now, Shrek and the gang are making a quick trip to Texas by way of the Lubbock Moonlight Musicals stage. The on-screen, animated version taught us ogres have many layers like

Live Love Lubbock with Daniel Horsch

Daniel Horsch is a great friend of Visit Lubbock and “The Hub City” as a whole. He truly believes “life’s better in a state of travel.” When he’s not kicking around a soccer ball, you’ll find Daniel exploring various cities with a GoPro and DSLR camera. We sat down with him to discuss his favorite

Have A Ridiculously Happy National Running Day

You don’t have to run marathons or be the ‘ridiculously photogenic runner‘ to celebrate National Running Day. Ask a runner how they got into running, and their story probably differs from that of other athletes: “I’m not sure. I guess I’ve been running since I was walking.” I’m by no means expert on running, it’s

A Guide to Arts & Culture in Lubbock

First Friday Art Trail in Lubbock, Texas

This is the birthplace of Buddy Holly and the heart of West Texas culture, where even the large public university that calls Lubbock home has an impressive collection of commissioned and public art pieces by renowned artists on display throughout campus. If you’ve never had the chance to explore Lubbock’s arts scene, now is the

What to Expect at the 18th Annual Llano Estacado Wine & Clay Festival

Save the date to experience and indulge in great art, wine, food and music at the 18th Annual Llano Estacado Wine & Clay Festival set for Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14 at Llano Estacado Winery. The winery and the Llano Estacado Clay Guild, an organization of artists working in clay, glass, metal, etc., are