Take a break and vacation in Lubbock this month. With live music, art, cultural events and attractions, Lubbock is a great place to spend the weekend, week or month. Stay as long as you’d like at Lubbock KOA.
This Friday, February 5 is the First Friday Art Trail. Come out from 6 – 9 p.m. at participating venues throughout Lubbock. Start at any of the venues listed online, like Lhuca, Art for Goodness Sake, The Buddy Holly Center, Glassy Alley and more. This monthly event is free, and you can hop on the Citibus trolley to get around town.
The trail is self-guided, so explore the art scene at your leisure. You’ll see work of artists, collectors and community members as you celebrate music, art and fun. No event is ever the same, so come out each month to check out the changing exhibits.
If you’re still ready to jam after the art trail, catch the Dirty River Boys performing at the Blue Light Live. This acoustic band blends harmonicas, fiddles, guitars and mandolins into a performance you can’t help but dance to. Check out the website for tickets.
Relax With Us
Join the cultural scene in Lubbock and stay just outside the city limits at Lubbock KOA — only minutes from downtown. The campground features hundreds of shade trees — a true oasis in the middle of the West Texas plains. Swim in the heated indoor pool, relax in the hot tub, or watch a double feature at the drive-in theater. Lubbock KOA offers RV camping sites, cabins and pop-up tent sites. Call 800-562-8643 or visit our website to book your getaway.