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From Kevin Fowler to Cher to 2 Chainz, Lubbock is bringing it this weekend.

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Craige Moore

Lubbock Events

Wednesday, November 5th

The Blue Light
Watery Graves

Thursday, November 6th

Bash Riprock's
Wovenhand with Pontiak

Cactus Courtyard
2 Chainz

The Blue Light
Kolton Moore & The Clever Few

Friday, November 7th

Buffalo Springs Lake
Hub City Bike Fest
Friday & Saturday

TTU Allen Theater

Cactus Theater
Joe Carrasco Band with Dawn & Hawkes

First Friday Art Trail

The Blue Light
Shane Smith & The Saints

Backstage Lubbock
Tejas Brothers

The Office
Josh Grider with Dolly Shine

Local Nobody's

Saturday, November 8th

TTU Engineering Key
Autumn Fest

McPherson Cellars
Wine & Vine Festival
Sat: 12-10pm
Sun: 1-5pm

The Blue Light
Paul Mark Cauthen

The Office

Wild West
Kevin Fowler

Ronnie Eaton & the Cold Hard Truth with Jamie Berryhill

Sunday, November 9th

United Supermarkets Arena
Cher with Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo
UPDATE: This has now been postponed.


Backstage Lubbock
Every Time I Die

Thousand Food Krutch


Alamo Drafthouse (120 W. Loop 289)

Taking a day off from football could be good for your sanity. Why not go see a movie? In case you've never been, the Alamo has a full-service bar and food menu available during all screenings. The Glass Half Full Taproom just off of the lobby is a nice place to grab a drink before or after a show. This month's draft selection will focus on stouts and porters. Even with all of these perks, my favorite by far is the ability to reserve your seats online. This weekend, the Alamo is showing the latest movies (Interstellar, Birdman, Big Hero 6) along with some old favorites (Blazing Saddles & To Kill a Mockingbird). Check out their website for the full list.

What say you, VTMers?