While Lubbock may bring to mind sunsets and cotton, a trip to the “Hub City” is most notably characterized by live music and artistic expression experienced in both galleries and wine glasses. Experience Lubbock as the locals do, and you’ll find that West Texas has plenty of personality and charm. Lubbock Libations Lubbock’s signature cocktail,
Bring out your inner superhero at Hub City Comic Con, catch a show at a legendary Lubbock venue, ride along with ArtRideLBK for a tour of public art and so much more this August! For more events and happenings in Lubbock go to visitlubbock.org/events.
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
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
To experience Lubbock, you gotta walk the walk. Whether you hike, bike or are just an experienced “art walker,” there are plenty of ways to experience our city. Lace up your shoes, grab the family and head outside to get your steps (and a lotta culture). Texas Tech Public Art Collection (2500 Broadway) Average Steps:
Ryan Todd Garza is a local photographer, producer and songwriter who has recently returned home from L.A. My icebreaker question to Ryan was, “What is your favorite reptile?” He answered, “An iguana. We had one in elementary school, and he taught me that it’s okay to be yourself and just relax under the heat lamp sometimes.” We
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
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.
If you’re looking for Amanda Rodriguez, you’re likely to find her at the First Friday Art Trail or at a Ryan Todd Garza show. In our latest addition to the Live Love Lubbock series, she tells us where to get a scoop of ice cream, update your wardrobe and her go-to spot for girls night. Grab
The Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark is the original Lubbock attraction. Smithsonian Magazine even declared it as one of the top five places to see evidence of early Americans. In fact, evidence of human habitation from 12,000 years ago makes it one of the oldest attractions in the Americas. Due to its nearly complete record of human activity