Hub City Happenings: March

Written By Maggi Gallaspy

February 28, 2023

By: Maggi Gallaspy

March 1 – 1883: A Ranching Origin Story

Step into the world of 1883, the hit Paramount+ series prequel to Yellowstone with a trip to the National Ranching Heritage Center. While journeying through time, you will see costumes, props, and photography pieces from the show. The exhibit is open every weekday. 

March 1 – Texas Tech Centennial Texas Tech Day at the State Capitol

Red Raiders are invited to gather in Austin for this event, held during each legislative session where you can help advocate for critical funding and initiatives on behalf of Texas Tech. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet legislatures and staff and enjoy the pep rally. 

March 1 – Texas Tech Centennial Presidential Lecture & Performance Series: Pilobus Big Five-OH!

This Emmy award-winning dance company is celebrating its 50th anniversary. As a part of the Texas Tech Centennial Presidential Lecture & Performance Series, students and community members are invited for a night out to witness revolutionary dance. Students get free admission with their ID and general admission tickets are on sale now.

March 1 – Tango in the Galleries

Dance your way through Lubbock’s Depot District under the instruction of award-winning Tango teacher, Leah Anne. There is a $10 attendance fee.

March 2 – Yoga in the Galleries

Enjoy 60 minutes of Power Flow yoga and meditation in the LHUCA art galleries taught by Ozzie Santos. Tickets are $10.

March 2 – Texas Tech International Affairs: 8th Annual Ambassador’s Forum

Head over to the Texas Tech University International Cultural Center for an evening with four distinguished, high-ranking former U.S. diplomats. Listen to discussion and ask questions about being a “global citizen” at this free event. 

March 3 – Legally Blonde – The Musical

The ultimate Broadway tribute to Girl Power is coming to Lubbock! Based on the beloved movie, Legally Blonde, this upbeat musical will take you on a journey of self-discovery from the sorority house to the halls of justice. This show will run from March 3 – 5. 

March 3 – First Friday Art Trail

A visit to Lubbock during the first of the month is only complete by stopping by the First Friday Art Trail (FFAT) hosted by LHUCA. FFAT is a free, self-guided art tour held in the Lubbock Cultural District in partnership with various art centers, museums, galleries, and downtown businesses. While there, enjoy live music, food trucks, and art from local, national, and international artists.

March 3 – BBQ Lunch with Live Music & Free Beer

Four Bar K hosts Friday Lunch every week from 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. This event includes two trips through the buffet, free beer, and live music. Tickets are $12 per person. 

March 3 – Son Of A Gun – The Ultimate Guns N’ Roses Tribute

Tickets are on sale now for this one-of-a-kind tribute show featuring a performance by this 5 piece rock ‘n’ roll band. 

March 4 – A Caldwell Collective Tribute to the Music of Bon Jovi, Aerosmith and Journey

Head over to the iconic Cactus Theater for this rock ‘n’ roll tribute show. Tickets are on sale now!

March 4 – English Newsom Food & Wine Market

Stop by Saturdays from 5-8 p.m. to shop your favorite sips at one of Lubbock’s premier wineries.

March 5 – 502 Jam Night

Spend your Sundays at Two Docs Brewing Co. each week for 502 Jam Night. There will be open sign-ups. Everyone is welcome! 

March 7 – Food Truck Alley

Lubbock residents and visitors are invited to enjoy local food trucks during their lunch hour, between 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Civic Center parking lot.

March 9 – Un(wine)d with the Arts

Join LHUCA Thursday’s following First Friday Art Trail for a glass of wine and a stroll through the galleries featuring artist meet & greets. LHUCA members will receive a free glass of wine!

March 10 – Micky & The Motorcars

This group has been touring non-stop for the last 17 years, keeping alive a family tradition that celebrates low-key rock-and-roll rapture signature harmonies. Tickets are on sale now!

March 10 – A Little Magic

This fresh take on the classic story of Cinderella will be performed at the Lubbock Community Theatre. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children, seniors and college students. 

March 11 – Texas Tech Centennial Texas Tech Day at the Houston Rodeo & Livestock Show

The annual Texas Tech Day is back! Join fellow Red Raiders at NRG Stadium for a celebration featuring the Turnpike Troubadours. The Wine Garden opens at 12:30 p.m. and the rodeo performance begins at 3:45 p.m.

March 11 – Tribute to Rod Stewart – Vic Vaga and the Vagabonds

Vic Vaga aka the “VagaBlonde” is bringing his shocking tribute show to the Cactus Theater. Tickets are on sale now!

March 11 – Viva Aztlan Festival

The Lubbock Memorial Civic Center is hosting the Viva Aztlan Festival which features a Folklorico competition, showcase and Mariachi showcase. Tickets are on sale now!

For the past five years, Noise Pollution has performed for thousands of AC/DC fans. The tribute show is coming to Lubbock this March. Tickets are on sale now!

This stand-up comedian is a regular at the Grand Ole Opry and the MGM in Las Vegas. His work is known for being relatively clean but disarmingly clever. Get tickets now!

The Lubbock Community Theater is hosting this play about an artist’s journey with dementia. Tickets are on sale now! 

Head over to the iconic Cactus Theater for this rock ‘n’ roll tribute show. Tickets are on sale now!

Throwback to the retro era with a night of music inspired by artists like Aretha Franklin and Fleetwood Mac. Tickets are on sale now. It’s time to get groovy!

A night at the Cactus is always a treat, but this show is coming back to the theater for an evening of classic country hits! Tickets are on sale now.

Texas Tech Opera Theatre brings Mozart’s Don Giovanni to life at this show. The performance will be sung in Italian with an English supertitle translation. Tickets are on sale now!


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