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Lubbock

Those who take time to explore the “Hub City” will find a notable wine scene, thanks to the High Plains’ bounty of vineyards, an influential music scene, and a fascinating selection of museums. Few cities honor their heritage as enjoyably as Lubbock, home to museums focused on Buddy Holly, windmills, agriculture, and—a favorite top destination nominee for a number of TH readers—the National Ranching Heritage Center.

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Upcoming Events

Pancake Festival

Feb. 22

For the 68th year, the Lubbock Lions Club hosts the largest Pancake Festival in the world to support...

Lubbock Symphony Masterworks Series—Ravishing Rachmaninoff

Feb. 28-29

Created for his first performance tour of the U.S., Rachmaninoff’s "Symphony No. 3" heavily featur...

"Hometown: A Celebration of Arts and Artists of the South Plains"

April 17-18

Flatlands Dance Theatre’s 10th season finale, "Hometown: An Evening of Dance and Arts Celebrating ...

Ranch Day

April 25

Both the young and young at heart enjoy Ranch Day activities each spring when cowboys, horses, chuck...


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