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Eats & Bounds: Lubbock Concerts, Events & TTU Sports – 10/06/16

Wine, films, music… it’s a great weekend for West Texas Art.

The TTU Alumni Association will be hosting a Pregame Party in Manhattan for those of you headed to the game.

The party will get underway at 3 p.m. on Oct. 8 in the Barrett Wildcat Den, which is located inside the K-State Alumni Center. The building is located on the south side of campus and across the street from the student union.

There is no admission charge and light hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be available. There will also be a shuttle bus to get from the pregame to the Bill Snyder Family Stadium. This service will begin two hours prior to kickoff.

Now, have some wine and see what the Hub City has to offer.

Lubbock Events

Thursday, October 6th

United Supermarkets Arena
Chris Young with Dan + Shay and Cassadee Pope – 7:30pm

LHUCA
Flatland Film Festival
30th Anniversary Screening of “True Stories” – 7:30pm

CapRock Winery
Junior Vasquez hosts Junior’s Listening Room with Joy Harris
Food Trucks – 6pm, Music – 6:30pm

John Walker Soccer Complex
TTU Women’s Soccer v. Oklahoma St. – 6pm

Cactus Theater
Shenandoah – 7:30pm

The Blue Light
Strangetowne

Friday, October 7th

LHUCA & Depot District
First Friday Art Trail – 6-9pm

Alamo Drafthouse
Flatland Film Festival
Film Shorts Program – 9pm
“Under the Shadow” – Midnight

Civic Center Theater
Lubbock Symphony Orchestra Presents: Beethoven – 7:30pm

Charley B’s
Stoney Larue with Black Burrow

The Blue Light
Brandon Adams & The Sad Bastards

The Office
Shinyribs with The O’s

Saturday, October 8th

Science Spectrum
Bubblefest 2016 – 10am-5pm

Llano Estacado Winery
Grape Day 2016 – 10am-5pm

Llano Estacado Winery will celebrate 40 years of Texas winemaking at the 23rd annual Grape Day Celebration, Saturday October 8th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Grape Day is a celebration of the grape harvest and the conclusion of the crush, which continues from late July to early October. Patrons can enjoy self-guided tours, art booths, local vendors, food, bounce houses for kids, and live music from local favorite Bo Garza and friends. Grape Day is the largest festival held at the winery. Guests will be able to purchase wine by the glass from over two-dozen Llano wines. Admission is $5.00 and tickets may be purchased at the door. Entrance includes a commemorative Grape Day wine glass and one complimentary glass of wine.

South Plains College (Levelland)
Texas Tech Cross Country – 10:45am

1602 Main St
Rooster’s Food Truck Yard – 11am-10pm

LHUCA
Flatland Film Festival
“Frank Reaugh: Pastel Poet of the Texas Plains” – 11:30am
“The Twilight Angel” – 1:30pm
“Starving the Beast” – 3:30pm
“The Liberators” – 5:30pm
“Honky Tonk Heaven: The Legend of the Broken Spoke” – 7:30pm
Plaza Party with Sugarwitch – 9:30pm-11:30pm

Texas Tech Football Watch Parties
Alamo Drafthouse – $5 food/beverage voucher
Cactus Theater – FREE
Charley B’s – Tailgate Party followed by live music from Rolling Stone tribute band Satisfaction

Civic Center Theater
Lubbock Symphony Orchestra Presents: Beethoven – 7:30pm

The Blue Light
John Evans Band

The Office
The New Waves

Sunday, October 9th

The Blue Light
Whetherman

Monday, October 10th

The Blue Light
2016 Fall Singer/Songwriter – Round #5

Tuesday, October 11th

The Blue Light
Roman Marcus

Wednesday, October 12th

The Blue Light
Dalton Domino’s Dustbowl Festival

Ongoing/Upcoming Events

September 17th – November 12th
The Maize
Tues-Fri: 6-9pm
Sat: 10am-9pm
Sun: 2-9pm
Closed Monday

September 30th-October 31st
Nightmare on 19th St
Fridays & Saturdays: 7:30-11:30pm
Sundays thru Thursdays: 7:30-11pm
Only open on the following dates: 10/7-10/9, 10/14-10/16, 10/20-10/23, & 10/27-10-31

October 1st-October 31st
Halls of Horror Haunted House
Open Thur-Sat & Halloween Night

October 10-15th
TTU Homecoming Week

October 20th
NEEDTOBREATHE
Bob Dylan CANCELLED

October 28th & 29th
Caprock Jazz Festival

November 3rd
Jason Boland

November 4th
Wade Bowen

November 15th
Willie Nelson

November 18th-27th
Lubbock Moonlight Musicals presents The Phantom of the Opera

 

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