Tag: Concerts

Top 5 Picks for a “Hub City” New Year’s Eve

Can you believe 2014 is right around the corner? It’s a good thing Lubbock offers big-time events or low-key evenings to please everyone’s New Year’s Eve needs. Here’s a quick round-up of our top 5 picks as you plan your New Year’s Eve night out! 1. The Cactus Theater is hosting their Second Annual New

Lubbock’s Top 5 Holiday Events

The holidays are most definitely the best time of the year. Who could argue with that?! We love celebrating the season out in West Texas and have events everyone in the family will enjoy. Here are our top picks for fun holiday activities this year (in no particular order) : 1. 55th Annual Carol of

It Was A Sight to Be Seen

Hosted by The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA), The 9th Annual Flatland Film Festival opened with a bang on Thursday, Oct. 17 thanks to Chris Eska’s film, “The Retrieval.”  Set in the height of the Civil War, the audience was immediately introduced to a young man named Will. Will and his not-so-friendly

Live Love Lubbock with Elvis Moya

Legend has it that he once organized a city-wide Raider Power chant…in College Station. So when it comes to the city of Lubbock and everything red & black, get your “Guns Up” for our friend, Elvis Moya. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7fIe768CBQ&feature=c4-overview&list=UULErRsiFQRZ-IFuZR24AFvQ Would you or someone you know like to tell us why you Live Love Lubbock? We’d love

Fun, Food, Fair!

This week, Lubbock’s fairgrounds will be full of families, friends, rides, music (fried) food and much more! We’re gearing up for the Panhandle South Plains Fair from Friday, Sept. 20 to Saturday, Sept. 28! Did you know that the first fair in Lubbock was held in the fall of 1914? In 1921, the Fair brought the

Our chat with Josh Abbott

Things have really come together for the Idalou native and Texas Tech grad, Josh Abbott. Today, Abbott and his band have climbed up the ranks and into the hearts of country music fans all over the country. Luckily for us, Abbott has always been great to his followers in Lubbock, Texas. We had the opportunity

High Noon Concert Series

It’s mid-week and you’re stomach is growling. Why don’t you head on over to the Lubbock County Courthouse gazebo (904 Broadway) for a relaxing picnic paired with some live West Texas music? Each Wednesday from now until Wednesday, August 28 the High Noon Concert Series will feature live music, food and, most importantly, relaxation. Lubbock’s

Fun on the Fourth of July

Before you pull out everything that’s red, white and blue, read up on all the Fourth of July fun in Lubbock. Mexican Tejano band, Siggno, will headline the opening night of Broadway Festival’s, La Raza on the Plaza, on the 3rd of July. Their rich and flavorful sound will have you dancing well into the

Free Summer Activities for the Family

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