Month: August 2015

Top Things to Do in Lubbock on Game Day Weekends

If you’re planning a trip to Lubbock this fall for a Texas Tech University Red Raider football game, we want to help you plan the perfect football weekend. One of the major activities surrounding a football game is pretty obvious: tailgating. Texas Tech does it best at Raider Alley, where vendors are set up with

Did You Know…Lubbock Fun Facts

Whether you’re a tried-and-true Lubbockite, a relatively new citizen or just a visitor, there are many things you might not know about this great city. While there are some facts you should know about Lubbock, (we are home to rock ‘n’ roll legend Buddy Holly) some details might surprise you! Take a look at these

National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration: 5 Questions for Organizer Monica Hightower

When the 27th Annual National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration kicks off in Lubbock on September 11, the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center will play host to one of the largest and best Western heritage and cowboy culture events in the country. The three-day, family-friendly event includes musical acts, storytelling, author panels, demonstrations and more. We asked

Destination Spotlight – The Cactus Theater

If you’re familiar at all with West Texas, then you’ve heard of the Cactus Theater in Lubbock. This venue hosts some of the best live music in West Texas and has seen hundreds of stars grace its stage. We caught up with the founder, Don Caldwell, to find out more about what makes the Cactus