Whether you are looking for a Valentine’s celebration or on the hunt for live music across the city, there is plenty to do and see in Lubbock this month! Take a look below for a list of “Hub City” happenings you won’t want to miss!
Grab your little princesses and princes for a night out at the ball! This Wednesday, our favorite Disney Princesses take the stage at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences in the can’t-miss performance Disney Princess The Concert.
Take to the streets downtown for the First Friday Art Trail! Thousands make their way to Lubbock’s art district to peruse local art galleries, listen to live music and indulge in crowd-favorite food trucks.
Ballet Lubbock Presents Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s 45th season of internationally recognized professional contemporary dance. Tickets start at $25. Purchase yours today!
Rock the house with Caldwell Collective. Let your hair down and get ready to headbang with some throwbacks from the 80s at the Cactus Theater!
Grab your cowboy hat and kick it with legendary singer-songwriter Paul Overstreet.
Watch the inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom at The Buddy Holly Hall.
Travel back in time with the sounds of Frank Sinatra as tribute artist Brian Duprey performs Sinatra’s classic hits with a swinging 7-piece band.
The Mavericks, the eclectic rock and country group are known for crisscrossing musical boundaries with abandon, has gone through three distinct phases since it was founded in Miami in 1989. Heat the #1 Billboard debut of their first-ever, all Spanish album, En Español.
Come celebrate your romantic night out in the exciting new venue on 515 Broadway, Auld Brewing Company, catered by Lubbock’s first Australian Bakery, Nashwell.Cafe. Your $29 ticket comes with a glass of wine from Vingo Vineyards of Yoder Cellars.
Experience Lubbock’s happening nightlife by attending a show at the Cactus Theater. This Month, Caldwell Entertainment Presents The Big Hits Of Bon Jovi, Journey, Foreigner, and Chicago.
Enjoy a night of music deemed to be the next wave of Texas Music with a performance by The Vandoliers Trio with Carolina Story and Summer Dean at the Cactus Theater.
Jazz-influenced arrangements of Traditional Gullah music will remind you that music is life itself as it always sneaks its way into our fondest memories. The lead vocalist Quiana Parler showcases true soul in her singing completed with the help of Quentin Baxter, Kevin Hamilton, Clay Ross, and Charlton Singleton.
The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra presents the sounds of Scriabin and Strauss to bring you the brilliant and grand “Ecstasy” at The Buddy Holly Hall!
Pack the house to see Calwell Entertainment with Will Banister and Blackwater Draw partnering together for the first time to hear up-and-coming Texas country singers.
Created through an ensemble varying from the deep bass of Dailey’s guitar to a fiddle and a banjo, Cactus Theater presents a night of toe-tapping country, bluegrass, and gospel tunes.
By: Visit Lubbock Interns
By: Guest Blogger
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By: Katherine White