Entertainment

The Silent Wings Museum Presents  A Victory Garden Workshop

The Silent Wings Museum Presents A Victory Garden Workshop

(from City of Lubbock) Lubbock, Texas – Join us on Saturday, March 25, 2017, for the Victory Garden workshop! Participants will learn about the importance of victory gardens and rationing during World War II. Everyone who attends will have the opportunity to plant his or her own miniature window box[Read More…]

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by March 19, 2017 Entertainment
75th Annual ABC Pro Rodeo March 30 – April 1, 2017

75th Annual ABC Pro Rodeo March 30 – April 1, 2017

The ABC Pro Rodeo returns again this year. The ABC Pro Rodeo has been a Lubbock favorite for 75 years. This event is fun for the whole family. The 75th Annual ABC Pro Rodeo will take place March 30 – April 1, 2017 7:30pm – March 30, 31, & April[Read More…]

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by February 27, 2017 Entertainment
Greater Tuna Returns to Lubbock

Greater Tuna Returns to Lubbock

(From Celebrity Attractions) Friday – Saturday, March 24-25. Lubbock Civic Center Theatre.   Watch co-Creator Jaston Williams discuss this brand new tour of GREATER TUNA! Welcome to the slightly skewed world of Greater Tuna, Texas’ third smallest town… where the Lions club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies.[Read More…]

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by February 20, 2017 Entertainment
Second Screening in Cross-Cultural Film Series This Week

Second Screening in Cross-Cultural Film Series This Week

(from Texas Tech) Second Screening in Cross-Cultural Film Series This Week “Creed” will be screened on Thursday. WHAT: Texas Tech University’s Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center presents “Creed,” the second film in its new Cross-Cultural Film Series. In a spin-off to the “Rocky” film series, “Creed” follows Adonis Johnson, Apollo Creed’s[Read More…]

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by February 20, 2017 Entertainment
Texas Tech Orchestras to Perform Free Concert Sunday

Texas Tech Orchestras to Perform Free Concert Sunday

(from Texas Tech) Music by Chilean, American and Russian composers will ring through Hemmle Recital Hall. WHAT:           The Texas Tech University School of Music  Symphony and Chamber Orchestras   will perform a free concert featuring music of Chilean, American and Russian origins. The orchestras are directed by David E. Becker[Read More…]

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by February 17, 2017 Entertainment, Texas Tech
Daniel Tosh’s “tosh.show on Campus” April 30

Daniel Tosh’s “tosh.show on Campus” April 30

(from United Supermarkets Arena) Daniel Tosh will host and perform an evening of stand-up comedy featuring writers and comedians from his Comedy Central show “Tosh.0” at 7:30pm Sunday, April 30 at United Supermarkets Arena. Tickets are scheduled to go on-sale to the public 10am Friday, February 17 throughwww.selectaseatlubbock.com, 806-770-2000 and[Read More…]

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by February 14, 2017 Entertainment
New Cross-Cultural Film Series Announced

New Cross-Cultural Film Series Announced

Feb. 9, 2017 (from Texas Tech) New Cross-Cultural Film Series Announced The films deal with issues of diversity and themes of cultural significance. Texas Tech University’s Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center (CCAAC) will begin a new Cross-Cultural Film Series Wednesday (Feb. 15). The purpose of the series is to exhibit contemporary[Read More…]

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by February 9, 2017 Entertainment
Sesame Street Live April 19th & 20th

Sesame Street Live April 19th & 20th

2/9/17 (from United Supermarkets Arena)   Sesame Street Live returns to United Supermarkets Arena with “Elmo Makes Music!” Wednesday, April 19 (6:30 pm) and Thursday, April 20 (10:30 am and 6:30 pm). When the new music teacher’s instruments go missing, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, and more come to the[Read More…]

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by February 9, 2017 Entertainment
Garth Brooks Sells Out Four Shows in Lubbock***UPDATED

Garth Brooks Sells Out Four Shows in Lubbock***UPDATED

GARTH BROOKS BREAKS HIS WEST TEXAS/PANHANDLE RECORD WITH OVER 50,000 TICKETS SOLD AND NO SEATS REMAIN FOR ANY OF THE SHOWS LOS ANGELES-   Garth Brooks has broken his West Texas/Panhandle record. The previous record was set in July 1997 with 22,000 tickets sold at Potter County Stadium. Today he has sold over[Read More…]

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by January 27, 2017 Community News, Entertainment
Buddy Holly Center Presents  THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED

Buddy Holly Center Presents THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED

1/18/17 (from Buddy Holly Center)  Lubbock, Texas – February 3, 2017 marks the 58th anniversary of the tragic plane crash that claimed the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, J.P. Richardson, “The Big Bopper”, and pilot Roger Peterson. This date has affectionately been coined as “The Day the Music Died”,[Read More…]

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by January 18, 2017 Community News, Entertainment