It’s not every day you get to wind your way through a cotton themed corn maize during the fall. At’l Do Farms, just a few minutes outside of Lubbock, has continued The Maze attraction for the 18th year in a row. Don’t forget to conquer the challenge this fall! The Maze finishes its season on
With annual happenings like Nightmare on 19th Street, Llano Estacado Winery’s Grape Day and Flatland Film Festival, October has an array of spooky events to keep you on your toes! Lubbock will also play host to The Addams Family Musical, a street show by Turnpike Troubadours and Dia De Los Muertos Celebración. For more events happening
There are busy days and there are busy days. You know the kind I’m talking about. The days where you are a human tornado, spinning through projects until you realize it is 5 p.m. and you haven’t taken a breath. Meet BODY by Indigenous, Lubbock’s newest boutique fitness studio. BODY is here to help you
Football season is here, and we can smell the freshly vacuumed turf in the air. Coming up this month, Texas Tech plays host to three out-of-state teams; Buddy Holly Center celebrates the 81st birthday of Lubbock’s favorite son; and Ballet Lubbock gets to dancing and more. For all things happening in the “Hub City,” go
Here in the “Hub City” we enjoy an average of 263 sunny days every year, and we wouldn’t want it any other way. But with summer in full swing, it’s occasionally necessary to find a few ways to beat the heat. Here are a few of our favorite ways to do just that! Lubbock Water
The “Hub City” is well known for cool evening temperatures and breathtaking sunsets. What better way to introduce your guests to both than at an outdoor venue. For an opening ceremony, closing reception, networking event or happy hour, consider moving outdoors and taking in the gorgeous scenery. We’ve highlighted a few outdoor venues to consider for your
Lubbock plays host to a performance by Zac Wilkerson and Kensie Coppin, a K-9 Splash Fest, a watch party for the Solar Eclipse and more in August. Check out this video for other happenings in the “Hub City.” To find out about more upcoming events, go to visitlubbock.org/events.
When I was younger, my dad was an avid golfer. Naturally, I picked up the sport as well. By picked up, I mean I really only knew how to “pick up” the golf club. All jokes aside, I actually wasn’t half bad… until I realized I had a problem with letting go of the club
This July is packed with Freedom Fest & 4th on Broadway, a performance by B.o.B, Sister Act, a musical production by Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, a Salsa & Sangria Festival at Llano Estacado Winery, Archaeology in Action at Lubbock Lake Landmark and Junior Rough Riders Corral at National Ranching Heritage Center.
As you venture a few miles east of Idalou, lines of apple and peach trees break up the landscape along US-62. In the summer months, fresh fruit hangs off the branches and show the year-round efforts of the Crawford family at The Orchard. From apple picking to hayrides, The Orchard offers it all for visitors