Living in Lubbock

Music, Entertainment & Nightlife Music, Entertainment & Nightlife
From giving Buddy Holly, Pat Green, and Waylon Jennings their starts to uncovering new talent, Lubbock has always been known for its great music. You will find live music every night of the week throughout town. Visit the Depot District for unique entertainment that includes theater, restaurants, shops, pubs, and nightclubs as well as the Buddy Holly Center and West Texas Walk of Fame. A short drive south of Lubbock takes you to award-winning wineries.
Art & Museums Art & Museums
Lubbock promotes a culture of celebrating the arts. The city offers a large number of galleries and museums, including the Museum of Texas Tech University, and city-wide art gatherings and sales twice per month.
Low Cost of Living Low Cost of Living
Lubbock's very low cost of living combined with Tech Law's Best Value status means you can live comfortably while obtaining a quality education.
Surrounding Attractions Surrounding Attractions
Lubbock and the surrounding areas offer endless hours of entertainment within driving distance ranging from snow skiing to water skiing and including everything in between. Whether fishing for record-setting bass in Lake Alan Henry, camping in Palo Duro Canyon State Park, spelunking in Carlsbad Caverns, hot air ballooning in Albuquerque, or snow skiing in Santa Fe, Lubbock is in the middle of it all!
Assistance and Services Assistance and Services
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