With plenty of sunny days, Lubbock’s weather favors a cold drink on the patio. Check out these five patios to visit this summer! The Brewery LBKWhether it’s a hard lemonade, a grapefruit Chilton or a classic West Coast style IPA, The Brewery LBK serves refreshing drinks for all taste buds. Pair your drink of choice
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,
Labor Day weekend is almost upon us, and even those of us who just went back to school are breathing a sigh a relief, thinking about the holiday ahead. For most of us, Labor Day marks the end of summer, the ramping up of another football season (wreck ’em, Tech) and an extended weekend, but
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.
Lubbock’s culinary scene is starting to make waves, and if you catch wind of this siren’s savory song, you may not be able to escape. Daughter of Lubbock restaurateur, Cat Traxler, Chef Jessica Fultz opened Cocina de La Sirena (Kitchen of The Siren or Mermaid), in 2016 after earning her culinary degree in San Francisco and gaining
The wide open spaces of West Texas are known to have inspired musicians, songwriters and performers for decades. The area is home to the likes of Buddy Holly, Terry Allen, the Josh Abbott Band, Flatland Cavalry, Mac Davis and Joe Ely, to name a few. Even world-renowned musicians like Paul McCartney, Garth Brooks, George Strait
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
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
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.”
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.