Just when you thought you had seen and done it all, here are a few places to visit before the sun sets on summertime. Check out what’s new this month on the Lubbock landscape. 4ORE! Golf Sunday – Saturday 9 a.m. – 1 a.m. | 6909 Marsha Sharp Freeway, Lubbock, TX 79407 Swing away the
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It seems like only yesterday that we were celebrating the ringing of the final school bell and swapping pencils and backpacks for sunscreen and swimsuits. Now, with August winding down, it’s already time to start making preparations to return. But before you purchase the school supplies and start your back-to-school shopping, there are a few
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
We’re always on the lookout for great new places to share with you, our guests. Lubbock’s rapid growth over the last several years has given way to a boost in businesses large and small opening up across town. Check out a few of the new spots for food and fun around the “Hub City.”
Let’s all take a moment of silence as the month of July comes to an end. Even though fall is one of the best times of the year in the “Hub City,” summer months always seem to go by too quickly. But, before we say goodbye, here are a few ways that can make parting a
First referred to as Punta de Agua (point of water), Long Lake and now Lubbock Lake, this landmark may not seem significant at first glance, but if you look a little further, or should I say dig deeper, you’ll see stories from thousands of years past that are highly significant to this region and even
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.
After a long day of competing on the field or cheering in the stands, there’s nothing better than a delicious meal. But if you are traveling with a large group, it can get difficult arranging enough space to keep everyone together. In the “Hub City,” there is an array of restaurants that can accommodate large
Whether it’s Moonlight Musicals or Broadway productions, the “Hub City” has a passion for live theater. From aspiring kings and queens of the stage to theater students and talented locals, our city is overflowing with skilled performers. Below is a quick glimpse at where you can catch live theater performances throughout the year, but you’ll
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.