Tag: Events

11 of Lubbock’s Top Venues for Mid-Sized Groups

From local wineries to hotels and museums, Lubbock is home to a variety of venues that offer a unique setting for the ultimate experience in the “Hub City.” If you’re planning a corporate gathering, offsite meeting during a conference or a networking event, look no further than our suggestions below for mid-sized groups ranging from 50

10 Large Venues to Consider for Your Next Conference in Lubbock

When it comes to planning a conference, convention or tradeshow in Lubbock, planners can impress by entertaining in Jones AT&T Stadium, where the Red Raider football team plays, or by ending the day with a stunning West Texas sunset. Regardless of what impresses your attendees, each of Lubbock’s venues offers true West Texas hospitality. To

Six of the Best Venues for Small Groups in the “Hub City”

As they say “everything is bigger in Texas,” but not every event is a large affair. If you’re planning a meeting, dinner, cocktail party or any other small event for approximately 50 people, we’ve picked out six venues for you to consider in the “Hub City.” Watson Building 1109 13th St. The Watson Building is

5 Reasons Lubbock is the Perfect Destination for Corporate Events

As an event planner, you work hard to organize conferences, meetings and seminars that will keep your clients coming back for more. At Visit Lubbock, we know that planning a successful event is no easy feat, which is why we offer a broad range of services to help everything run smoothly. While our services alone

Live Love Lubbock with Garrett and Addison Kitten

The Kitten twins, Garrett and Addison, are a couple of the coolest kids in town. They shared some of their favorite things about Lubbock with us. Find out where they like to go for macaroni ‘n’ cheese, a day of jumpin’ fun and more in this month’s Live Love Lubbock. Visit our YouTube page for more Live Love

Lubbock’s Music Legend

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Lubbock’s musical heritage inspires talent in every genre, from Texas Country to Opera. Buddy Holly kicked off the “Hub City’s” music scene back in the 1950s, and since his passing, there have been many legends who have kept music alive in Lubbock. From Waylon Jennings and Mac Davis to today’s stars such as Josh Abbott

McCartney’s Lubbock Playlist

Before “Hey Jude” or “Yellow Submarine” there were other hits that inspired Paul McCartney and helped pave the way for a young group of rock ’n’ roll lads that called themselves, The Beatles. It was Buddy Holly’s unique sound and hits like “That’ll Be The Day” and “Rave On” that set The Beatles’ imaginations on

A Quick Q & A with Lubbock Arts Festival Artist, Justin Deurmyer.

This weekend’s annual Lubbock Arts Festival will feature over one hundred exhibitions, kid-friendly activities, art demonstrations and more. We spoke to a local artist, Justin Deurmyer, about his experiences with art and what he is looking forward to at this year’s event. When it comes to art, what is your favorite medium? I have actively

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