25….Beats and Eats on the Plaza
- Everyone is invited to enjoy food, live music
Live music by Matter of Fact, featuring Anna Ruth
Aaron-DeSpain and Gourmet Street Taco Bar by North
Libations available. $25 includes one ticket and
1 year “Friend” LHUCA membership.
$100 includes one ticket, a 1 year “Iron”
LHUCA membership and a personalized commemorative
plaza brick. Purchase tickets in advance by calling
762-8606 or at lhuca.org. A limited number of
tickets will be available at the door. Event held
at LHUCA Plaza, on the corner of Mac Davis and
Ave. J; 7 p.m. Official ribbon cutting and 8-10
p.m. food, live music and dancing.
September 25….Joel Guzman &
Sarah Fox: Los Aztex - The Cactus
audience knows Joel Guzman as the exciting and
creative accordion giant who sometimes comes with
Joe Ely for his duo concerts. He brings a level
of excitement and magic to Joe’s performances
that only he can bring! Joel and singer/songwriter
Sarah Fox are one of the most prolific and influential
duos in Central and South Texas. Sarah is an accomplished
bi-lingual singer and songwriter who began writing
at the age of nine. Their field of musical expertise
runs the gamut from Alt. Country to Texas Conjunto
and everything in between. Together
and separately they have collaborated and performed
with a galaxy of top stars including the late
Stephen Bruton, Kris Kristofferson, Bonnie Raitt,
Freddy Fender, Flaco Jimenez, Los Super Seven,
Buddy Miller, Ricki Lee Jones, Joe Ely, and Los
Lobos. The Cactus proudly
presents this wonderful duo and their band “LOS
AZTEX” in a concert that promises to be
one of the best concerts ever on our stage! This
show will sell out, so get your tickets early.
Please contact the box office at 806-762-3233
to reserve tickets. Reserved seating. Cactus Theater,
1812 Buddy Holly Avenue; 8 p.m.
25 - 27.….“5
Women Wearing the Same Dress”
- During an ostentatious wedding reception at
a Knoxville, Tennessee estate, five reluctant,
identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs
bedroom, each with her own reason to avoid the
proceedings below. As
the afternoon wears on, these five very different
women joyously discover a common bond in this
wickedly funny, irreverent and touching celebration
of the women's spirit. Directed
by Heather May and written by Alan Ball—Academy
Award winning writer of American Beauty and creator
of True Blood and Six Feet Under. Rated PG-13.
To reserve tickets visit http://lubbockcommunitytheatre.org/.
Lubbock Community Theatre, 4232 Boston Ave; Friday
and Saturday: 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday matinee is
offered at 2 p.m.
more listings can be seen by clicking the "Calendar"
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September 25 - October
South Plains Fair
fun, rides and all your favorite shows are here.
Don’t miss all the excitement at the Fair.
Admission: Adults $9.00, Kids 3 – 12 yrs $5.00,
kids 2 and under are free, Parking $5.00. September
Tuesday, September 29th - All persons over 60 years
of age admitted for only $5.00. For all the details
call 1-806-763-2833 or visit www.southplainsfair.com.
The Fairgrounds are located on the northeast corner
of Broadway and Ave A. The
Fair gates will open at 8 a.m. daily and close at
11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and midnight on
Friday and Saturday. The carnival opens at 3 p.m.
Monday-Friday, and 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday and
operates until 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and
midnight Friday and Saturday.
Downtown Farmers Market
each Saturday, June through October, this unique
gathering of area producers, specialty food and
beverage providers and select artisans specializing
in homegrown or homemade. Held
in the Depot District area, this weekly event has
become a highlight of the summer months and offers
something for everyone. Support
your local growers and be part of the "locally
there at 9:00 am – produce is available until
vendors sell out! Tornado Gallery,1822 Buddy
Holly Avenue; 9 a.m.
Exploring Contemporary Art: Tibetan Thangkas
- Meet the collector Michael Leach. His interest
in Tibetan art began in 1982 as he started traveling
in India, Nepal, Tibet and China. The
pieces in the exhibition span a period from the
late 1700's to the mid to late 20th Century.
The creation of the thangka was essentially a meditation
which resulted in sacred art that would help others
with visualizations and meditations. Admission is
free. For questions or comments contact Linda Cullum
at 806 762-8606 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit
www.lhuca.org. LHUCA Martin McDonald Gallery, 511
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Tech Football: Red Raiders vs TCU
- Texas Tech opens Big XII conferenceplay against
No. 3 ranked TCU at Jones AT&T Stadium. The
game is officially SOLD
OUT. Kickoff for the matchup
is set for 3:45 p.m. CDT for a national television
broadcast on FOX Sports. Drive of Champions at 4th
and University Avenue.