Tag: Events

6 Reasons We’re Thankful for Lubbock

Thanksgiving includes so many things we love, family, friends and the obvious, food. Here at Visit Lubbock, we’re especially thankful for this great city we call home and the community that makes it such a wonderful place to live and visit. Here are just a few reasons we’re thankful for the “Hub City” this year.

An Inside Look at The Phantom of the Opera

Lubbock Moonlight Musicals is without a doubt one of our favorite ways to experience the arts in Lubbock, and this season, we’re more excited than ever with “The Phantom of the Opera” just around the corner. With Broadway star and Lubbock native David Gaschen reprising his role as The Phantom and the always-talented Moonlight crew

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

Top 5 Group Friendly Restaurants

Whether you are a big or small group coming to Lubbock, having a unique and private experience is important to your event. If you are searching for food and flavors you’ve never tasted coupled with an unforgettable atmosphere, the “Hub City” has everything you need. We’ve rounded up five of the top group friendly restaurants

5 Ways to Save Time & Money by Hosting Your Meeting in Lubbock

Planning an event, conference, convention, reunion or a wedding can be time consuming and overwhelming. But if you let the folks at Visit Lubbock do all the legwork for you, then your event planning experience will be a breeze. They’ll communicate with event facilities and accommodations to collect special rates for your meeting in Lubbock

Venue Spotlight: Eberley Brooks Events

Locally owned and new to Lubbock’s venue landscape, Eberley Brooks Events is a beautiful multi-facility location that hosts weddings and special events. Here’s everything you need to know about the new venue and hosting a charming, elegant event at their facility: 1. What does Eberley Brooks mean? First things first, we had to know how this

5 Can’t-Miss Cowboy Symposium Performances

There’s nothing Lubbock loves more than live music and its Western heritage, so when the two come together during the National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration each September, you get a whole weekend full of can’t-miss performances. For the last 28 years, the National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration has been honoring, preserving and passing along all

Free Things to Do in Lubbock if You Love the Arts

Looking for a place to appreciate high-quality art and mingle with like-minded art lovers? Then look no further than Lubbock. Home to Texas Tech, a university that takes pride in its museums and art collections, the city receives thousands of visitors attending art-related exhibits and events annually. From one of the top 10 public art collections in

Five Reasons to be at Wine & Clay Festival This Weekend

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One of the absolute best parts about visiting (and living in) the “Hub City” is the ability to get to several award-winning wineries in 20 minutes or less. You don’t even have to leave the city limits to sip, swirl and savor some of the best wine the Lone Star State has to offer. And

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