By: Savannah Poehl
As the weather warms and spring break rounds the corner, take a look at the list of events taking place all month long! From Broadway productions to tribute performances, local and national talent take center stage this March in Lubbock!
Put on your favorite cowboy boots and grab your hat for this Texas singer-songwriter with special guest Junior Vasquez at the iconic Cactus Theater.
Let’s go! GNO! Kick off March with a girl’s night playing Bingo and sipping wine at English Newsom Cellars.
Calling all Fleetwood Mac Fans! Catch Rumours, the ultimate Fleetwood Mac tribute band, to feel the energy of the beloved band of the 70s and 80s.
Experience the First Friday Art Trail, a free, self-guided tour held in the colorful Lubbock Cultural District. With live music, food trucks, and amazing art, thousands take to the streets of downtown to enjoy this “Hub City” staple.
Experience America’s favorite dance show live at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences to celebrate its 30th Season!
Spend this Sunday solving perplexing murder mysteries at Auld Brewing Company. Enjoy a refreshing beer while your brain is put to work solving the case!
A performance of nostalgia and good times for all ages, Bob Dylan’s tour is making its way to The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences for a legendary night on stage.
Bring on the SOUND! The chamber series is broadening the horizons of music and bringing a unique experience to all in attendance. Light, sounds, and color collide for an evening that is sure to impress at the LHUCA Icehouse.
These Texas Country Legends are bringing their boots to the Bus Barn at Cook’s Garage.
Get in a good laugh at the Cactus theater with one of the most creative and original comedians working today. Eric Schwartz is a multi-dimensional showman who combines stand-up, music, and visual elements to entertain audiences from all angles.
This spring break, bring your kids to Mae Simmons Community Center for a free painting workshop.
In partnership with American Theater Guild, The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences presents RENT. The masterpiece that has inspired us to choose love over fear and taught many to live without regret, this is a must-see show is making its way to Lubbock for it’s 25th anniversary Farewell Tour.
This Texas-based Band busts combines country, bluegrass, folk, and acoustic in a lively performance at the Cactus Theater.
Todrick has become a larger-than-life character by embarrassing himself and everything he wants to be. This internet sensation, collaborator with Beyonce, and Broadway performer is coming to Lubbock at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.
Take in the sounds of country music as Lee Brice performs. It has been rumored to be on of the hottest concerts in the “Hub City” in 2022.
Whiskey Myers, with Drake White, is coming to rock at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences. USA Today describes the band as “a riff-heavy blend of southern rock and gritty country that has earned comparisons to the Allman Brothers Band and Led Zeppelin.” This is one performance you won’t want to miss.
Pianist Daniel Hsu and guest conductor Stuart Chafetz join the LSO for a night of déjà vu as the LSO performs Saint-Saëns and Franck.
Kicking off their 50th anniversary tour, the setlist is heating up for The Marshall Tucker Band at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences.
The country music legend and fifteen-time Grammy Award-winning Ricky Skaggs joins guest Kentucky Thunder for a night of hits.
By: McKenna Dowdle
By: McKenna Dowdle
By: McKenna Dowdle
By: Visit Lubbock Interns