10 Things to Do in Lubbock This Week, May 9-15
This week the temperature is rising and Lubbock is getting ready for summer. This week's lineup includes a retirement tour and some great original art.
This weekend, the legendary local band Whips & Kisses will be coming out of retirement to rock with Awesome 98 while The Blue Light hosts Drinko Music Fest. The Buddy Holly Center will have several great art exhibits on display and, as always, you can chime in on Open Mic Comedy Night.
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Working in large-format oil paintings, Shirley Crow creates pieces she calls “chunks of the universe” – ambiguous organic forms that are powered by her sense of an energy that can be felt, but not seen, and that communicate awe and mystery.
The Art League of West Texas Foundation is composed of regional artists of many types of 2D and 3D media. The Spring Membership Show allows these artists to display and sell their beautiful works.
Every May, Lubbock’s Dalton Domino brings one of the greatest lineups in americana and country music to The Blue Light Live.
Come join Laugh Hub City at open mic nights! Every week at Ravi’s Hookah Lounge.
Thomas Craig Elliott is a singer/songwriter/guitarist based out of Lubbock.
Don’t miss your chance to see the band Cash’d Out pay tribute to Johnny Cash and all of his classic hits.
Wines & Vines is a unique event focused on giving back to the community by bringing several of the best wines from all over Texas to Lubbock and donating all the entrance fee proceeds to Lubbock’s Meals on Wheels.
Playing your favorite 80s tunes done with attitude and a great sense of humor, Whips & Kisses will hit the Meadow Stage at Buffalo Springs Lake.
The School Performance showcases the students of the Ballet Lubbock School.
The Lubbock Chorale is delighted to celebrate its 40th anniversary season with a celebratory concert event for dedicated supporters and season patrons.