Tag: Art

Destination Spotlight – Buddy Holly Center

Many people hear the word Lubbock and immediately think Buddy Holly. In fact, some might say that Lubbock was the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll, and we would agree! Holly is definitely Lubbock’s most famous son, and his music has carried through artist after artist over the years. Did you know that The Beatles named

Live Love Lubbock with Calvin Davis

This sharp dressed man is a love song kinda guy. Calvin Davis fell in love with the “Hub City’s” cultural district, barbecue and previous interviewee, Renee Davis. You can find Calvin helping small businesses by day and singing karaoke by night. Grab a mic and Live Love Lubbock with Calvin Davis.     See the

Halloweekend Round-Up

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The Halloween fever—not to be mistaken for the zombie fever— is in the air. Goblins, ghouls and superheroes are everywhere. Yesterday, we helped you with your last minute costume, so now all you need is some last minute Allhallowstide (“Halloweekend”) plans. You won’t have to get out of your costume all weekend long if you follow this

Fly into Hub City Comic Con

“We got guys who jump. We got guys who swing. We got guys who climb up walls.” It takes nothing short of The Tesseract or T.A.R.D.I.S to get to San Diego or New York, but now all you need is your own two feet to get the Comic Con experience. If you haven’t already, go ahead and

Destination Spotlight: LHUCA

The arts scene in Lubbock is exploding, but it wouldn’t be without Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA). If you haven’t visited the LHUCA or experienced the First Friday Art Trail, you’re missing a West Texas gem. LHUCA began as the Lubbock Regional Arts Center (LRAC) in 1997 “to inspire and enrich the Lubbock

Live Music, a Parade & Fireworks Show: What to Do in Lubbock on July 3 & 4

Fireworks? Check. Cooler? Stocked. Obnoxious wolf shirt? Hooowl. Flag flying high? Dang right. Plans for Independence Weekend? We got ’em. Friday, July 3 First Friday Art Trail (6-9 p.m.) — Come celebrate the art scene of Lubbock. There’s sure to be a few patriotic exhibits on the trail. You can start at any one of the participating

A Guide to Arts & Culture in Lubbock

First Friday Art Trail in Lubbock, Texas

This is the birthplace of Buddy Holly and the heart of West Texas culture, where even the large public university that calls Lubbock home has an impressive collection of commissioned and public art pieces by renowned artists on display throughout campus. If you’ve never had the chance to explore Lubbock’s arts scene, now is the

What to Expect at the 18th Annual Llano Estacado Wine & Clay Festival

Save the date to experience and indulge in great art, wine, food and music at the 18th Annual Llano Estacado Wine & Clay Festival set for Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14 at Llano Estacado Winery. The winery and the Llano Estacado Clay Guild, an organization of artists working in clay, glass, metal, etc., are

Day 3’s “Hub City Trivia” Answer is…

Happy National Travel & Tourism Week! Here in Lubbock, we’re celebrating in many ways (see www.livelovelubbock.org), and one of them is through our “Hub City Trivia” Game. Read on to find out the answer to today’s trivia question, as well as discover if you are the winner of the Lubbock Prize Pack! Today’s “Hub City

Win BIG during National Travel & Tourism Week!

Live Love Lubbock

We’re so excited that National Travel & Tourism Week is just around the corner! From Saturday, May 2 – Sunday, May 10, we’re celebrating all things Lubbock. Since 1984, destination marketing organizations across the nation have promoted the week through a variety of events and activities all meant to champion the power of travel. This