Category: Events

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

Your Guide to the Fourth of July in Lubbock

By: Annie Kinnison Discover the perfect way to spend your Fourth of July in Lubbock with our guide to the city’s most exciting events and activities. From fireworks displays to BBQ and local festivities, we’ll show you how to make the most of this patriotic holiday in Hub City. Cook’s Garage | 11002 Hwy 87

Hub City Happenings: July

By: Annie Kinnison July 1 – Texas Treasure Business Award Celebration   Tom & Bingo’s Bar-B-Q restaurant will celebrate 75 years in business with an official presentation of the Texas Historical Commission’s Texas Treasure Business Award (TTBA) by State Representative Carl H. Tepper. July 2 – 502 Jam Night   Join Two Docs Brewing Co. for

Your Guide to Red Raider Orientation

Hey, Red Raider! Congrats on your acceptance to Texas Tech University, and welcome to Lubbock.  With a thriving arts scene, top-notch music venues, delicious eats and more, the 806 is filled with opportunities to make your college years memorable. During your stay for Red Raider Orientation (RRO), experience your first traditions, meet lifelong friends and

Talking Lubbock Music with Booga Bradshaw

Lubbock has a remarkable music history. As storied as the past may be, the future is looking bright for artists like Byron Smith aka Booga Bradshaw. Like many Lubbock musicians before him, Boog is bucking trends and forging ahead pioneering a hip hop community, and he’s excited to be doing it in Lubbock. We sat

Labor Day Weekend in The LBK

Labor Day weekend is almost upon us, and even those of us who just went back to school are breathing a sigh a relief, thinking about the holiday ahead. For most of us, Labor Day marks the end of summer, the ramping up of another football season (wreck ’em, Tech) and an extended weekend, but

Foodie Favorite: Lisa West’s Double Nickel Steakhouse

Double Nickel Steakhouse

A couple centuries ago, we Americans developed a keen taste for beef. Inns and bars in New York and Philadelphia ventured into this new type of dining establishment that became what we now know as a steakhouse. In Texas, this gave rise to an enormous cattle ranching industry that has shaped this land and culture

Do you “Live Love Lubbock?”

Do you “Live Love Lubbock?” Did you know that in 2011, 5.23 million visitors came to Lubbock spending a total of $698.5 million? We love that Lubbock is a hotspot for tourists from all over the world! In fact, in 2011, Lubbock ranked as the sixth most visited MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area) out of the

Hello and Welcome

Welcome to Visit Lubbock’s New Blog Hello and welcome to the brand new blog from your friends at Visit Lubbock! We’re excited to showcase all the fun and exciting events that are taking place right here in our own backyard. You’ll find everything from sporting events, to performing arts as well as the latest and

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