10 Things to Do in Lubbock This Week — April 25 – 30
Lubbock is alive for the summer, and there's lots to do this week. We've compiled a list of 10 things you can go do this week, April 25 - 30.
There's lots of diversity in our fair city with everything you could want to do. From local music to live butterflies, you won't want to miss a single one of these Lubbock events. For more information about these upcoming events, check Visit Lubbock.
Experience the magic of Butterflies Alive! at the Science Spectrum and OMNI Theater as you walk through a beautiful garden filled with flowers, luscious greenery and hundreds of free-flying butterflies. Watch as the native and exotic species of butterflies flutter past you, and see them as they drink nectar from nearby flowers.
The CH Foundation and the collaboration of Texas Tech University hosts the work of Ezio Gribaudo, an internationally recognized artist and art publisher.
Changing Places: The Photographic Artifacts of Rick Dingus surveys four decades of Dingus’ visionary interpretations of the western United States based primarily on the Museum’s collection.
Every Tuesday night we bring together the best musicians in Lubbock to play some of the best (and most complicated) music ever written.
Come join Laugh Hub City at open mic nights! Every Wednesday at Ravi’s Hookah Lounge.
Every Thursday, Junior Vasquez hosts an intimate music experience at Caprock Winery.
The 2015-2016 Genesis season ender will be one you won’t forget with Brahms’ celebratory Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80 beginning the evening followed by his uplifting Symphony No. 3, Op. 90, F Major.
Come out to the Cactus to see Hawkes, a recording producer and touring artist, and Dawn, a performing singer-songwriter, perform onstage!
Come out to the 18th annual classic car and custom motorcycle show, Blue Ribbon Rally, benefiting the Family Guidance & Outreach Center of Lubbock.
Attendees will have the chance to gaze at exquisite art and enjoy a lavish buffet dinner, cocktails and live entertainment.