Thanks to a group of dedicated Lubbockites, the City of Lubbock will welcome a new performing arts center in the next few years. A new performing arts center will help drive Lubbock’s commitment to strengthening our quality of life and providing more entertainment opportunities for the people of Lubbock and our visitors. Here’s an in
With the Thanksgiving Holiday rapidly approaching, our team felt it was the perfect time to share some of the things we are thankful for in regard to our wonderful city. Of course, there are as many reasons why we’re thankful for Lubbock, as there are stars in our West Texas sky. So we decided to
Tonight we will celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with a special Procesión at the Buddy Holly Center. Dating back to the days of the Aztecs, Dia de los Muertos is a colorful and vibrant celebration for those that have left us in body, but remain with us in spirit. The Buddy
Now that the new school year has officially kicked off, it’s time to start filling your calendar with Texas Tech activities and events. Every Red Raider and Red Raider fan has a chance to get involved in everything from sporting events to the Carol of Lights. Check out these annual events that you shouldn’t miss!
Did you know that Texas Tech is home to an extensive public art program? Take one casual stroll around the campus in Lubbock, Texas and you’ll see just how expansive it is. Beyond the revolving galleries and exhibits that fill the School of Art, there is always something to see on campus thanks to the
West Texas summer has arrived! For most families, this means no school and more free time. Instead of feeling the “summer boredom blues,” here’s our list of activities perfect for the whole family. And the best part? They’re free! Buddy Holly Center Summer Showcase Every Thursday evening, the Buddy Holly Center’s Meadows Courtyard comes alive
When was the last time you completely engaged all of your five senses? Think about it. Each day you engage them in some particular way, but when you mix them together, you have a recipe for an amazing experience. That’s where Lubbock’s First Friday Art Trail (FFAT) comes in. Located in the corner of downtown