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4 Can’t-Miss Wine Events in Lubbock, Texas

The wide-open plains of West Texas coupled with the dry, arid climate offers the perfect environment for wine grape growing. In fact, Lubbock is the leading producer of wine grapes in Texas with over 90% grown on the Texas High Plains AVA. This offers vino drinkers of all levels a true vine to glass experience.

Your Guide to the TBT Lubbock Regional 

Hey basketball fans, welcome to Lubbock! As you plan your trip to the Hub City, consider adding a few 806 favorites to your itinerary. From devourable dishes to summer activities and everything in between, there is plenty to keep you occupied in between games.  About The Basketball Tournament One of the most exciting summer events

Lubbock’s Guide for Graduation Weekend

By: Avery Frazier As the spring semester comes to a close and your time at Texas Tech, Lubbock Christian or South Plains comes to an end, it’s time to celebrate all you have accomplished! Check out our guide to graduation weekend for where to stay, what to do, and how to best showcase your home

Finn’s Tail-Wagging Guide to the 806

From pet-friendly patios to dog parks and bakeries, experience the “Hub City” from Finn’s perspective as he takes us through his day exploring the 806. In Lubbock, many of our local hotels love your pet as much as you do. The Cotton Court Hotel in downtown Lubbock boasts pet-friendly rooms complete with a Finn-approved bed

Your Guide to Hiking in West Texas

Explore the trails this season and plan your next adventure with West Texas’ official hiking guide! Below, adventure seekers will learn where to hike, what to pack and how to prepare for the great outdoors! Where to Hike About an hour and a half northeast of Lubbock, you’ll find Caprock Canyons State Park & Trailway,

Celebrate the Red, White and Blue – The Lubbock Way

By: Kayla Omukawila Let freedom ring this weekend in the “Hub City”! The Fourth of July festivities in Lubbock are booming with pride – and it’s not just because of the fireworks. From parades touring downtown Lubbock and live music in Mackenzie Park, to backyard barbecues that make Independence Day our favorite holiday, it’s time

Two Docs Brewing in the 806

Just as lines on a paper come together for a drawing or the curve of a paint brush brings color to a painting, each piece of the creative process contributes to the finished product. It’s only fitting that the Arts District’s newest resident Two Docs Brewing Co. shares that same artistic eye for craft beer.

A History Buff’s Guide to Lubbock

Rich in history and hospitality, Lubbock is currently home to 260,823 people. The great “806” was established in 1890 when two towns, Old Lubbock and Monterey, joined to be the Lubbock we know and love today. Our humble beginning was built upon the prosperous farming and cotton industry, which currently produces nearly four billion cotton

Lubbock 101

While Lubbock may bring to mind Texas Tech University and its agricultural roots, a trip to the “Hub City” is most notably characterized by live music and artistic expression experienced in both galleries and wine glasses. As you begin to experience Lubbock as the locals do, you’ll find that West Texas has plenty of personality

Destination Spotlight: River Rose Boutique

With spring right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to spruce up your warm-weather wardrobe. Located in the heart of Lubbock, River Rose Boutique is the ideal shop to find your own personal spring collection. Whether you’re looking for a flattering dress for an event, casual-everyday wear for your spring break trip or a