3615 Grandview Drive
Plainview, TX 79072
Phone: (806) 293-7700
Fax: (806) 293-7708
Catch local country music, concerts and other recreational events at Midnight Rodeo. This popular venue is known for hosting many gigs of local and regional bands. You can also catch soothing country music at this place that has garnered many patrons. Popular bands that have performed here are As I Lay Dying, All That Remains, Carnifex and many others.
Located across 4th Street, the South Plains Livestock Pavilion is an entertainment venue. This open-air fairground hosts variety of events throughout the year ranging from fairs, dog shows to local community events.
If you are coming to Lubbock for some sort of large event, chances are that it will be held in the Memorial Civic Center. Dedicated to the people who lost their lives in the 1970 Lubbock Tornado, the Civic Center was constructed just after the tornado and showed the spirit and resilience of the people of Lubbock. The Center has an exhibit hall, a banquet hall, theater, pedestrian mall & plaza, and meeting rooms. The largest space, the exhibit hall, can seat just under 5,000 in auditorium style seating.
Downtown patrons of Lubbock can take to the famous Lubbock Civic Center Theatre, the vibrant entertainment destination. The theater has developed an envious reputation for being the cultural hub of the city. Dominating the art and musical scene, it features timeless performances by stage geniuses like Daniel Tosh and James McMurtry. Whether its theater or concerts or assemblies and stand up comedies, you will be amazed by the myriad choices that the venue boasts of. With state-of-the-art sound and light acoustics, you are sure to discover ultimate entertainment experiences.
Pull out the pom pons and jerseys and head straight for Jones AT&T Stadium on the campus of Texas Tech University. With a capacity of over 50,000 people, this stadium is the home field of the Red Raiders as they play their Big 12 college football schedule every season. And talk about re-constructive surgery, this stadium was recently renovated to the tune of $90 million. A luxurious West Stadium Building has been added, which includes private suites as well as viewing boxes for the media.
Home to the local fair by the same name, the South Plains Fairgrounds attracts hoards of locals and tourists year after year. The South Plains Fair started all the way back in 1914, and just like today, was a great place to meet new people and have fun. Although the fair has expanded quite a bit, it is still a community event that helps support and sustain the Lubbock economy. Apart from the fair, the grounds also play host to a multitude of cultural events: live performances, food fairs, concerts among other things. Call the tourist office for more details on current and upcoming events.
The City Bank Coliseum is an arena that is good for many different large-scale events. Whatever the temperature may be outside, the Coliseum is completely climate controlled for an ideal experience. In the past, the Coliseum has been a venue for such big name acts as Def Leppard, Aerosmith, Tim McGraw, and Elvis Presley. Family events such as Champions on Ice and the Barnum & Bailey Circus also frequent the Coliseum from time to time. It is also the stop for the rodeo as it rolls through town.
Found inside Mackenzie Park, the Wells Fargo Amphitheater was built in 2006 and seats up to 1,600 audience members. Events such as concerts, musical, and theater are performed and the warm Lubbock nights make for a pleasant and enjoyable experience. Tickets can be bought at various venues throughout the city or at the gates on the day of the performance. Each summer the amphitheater hosts the Lubbock Moonlight Musicals.
Lubbock County Courthouse Gazebo is a quaint little place to stage your next private event or party in. An ideal event space, you can also witness a plethora of local and cultural events as well as community meetings and parties at this venue. Held at the gazebo of the Lubbock County Courthouse, the High Noon Concert Series brings music and life to downtown Lubbock during the middle of the work week. Call for more details.
The Legacy Event Center is a multi-functional venue in Lubbock. This state-of-the-art facility hosts variety of events ranging from social functions, community events, art exhibitions, private celebrations, weddings to concerts. The tasteful decorated interiors, elegant furniture and subdued lighting exude a warm elegance. It perfectly combines traditional designs with modern facilities, making it one of the most sought after venue in town. For more details, call ahead.
Backstage Lubbock is the brainchild of Dustin Stone and Brent Murray. Nestled on the former site of Melt, this place is all about live acts ranging from concerts, comedy shows and various other entertaining art forms. Its winding bar, coarse walls, light fixtures and performance stage all add to the character of this speakeasy-inspired venue.
For over a decade, The Lonestar Amphitheater has hosted major concerts for the multitudes of fans of big name bands. Bands like Jimmy Eat World, Journey, Megadeth and Staind have all graced the stage at the Lonestar Amphitheater. Every seat in the house provides a fantastic view, and the sound system is state-of-the-art. The center houses both indoor and outdoor stages. There is plenty of parking onsite.