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$10 / pp / day

Nashwell Cowork Lubbock, United States

3 Reviews
$5 / pp / day

Launchpad powered by BBB Lubbock, United States

2 Reviews
$50 / pp / day

CoworkLBK Lubbock, United States

   
$25 / pp / day

Hub City Workspace Lubbock, United States

4 Reviews

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About Lubbock

Think of the rock and roll legend Buddy Holly and this was his birthplace.  It was also the birthplace of Morris Mac Davis (aka Mac Davis) the country music singer/songwriter who wrote the words for Elvis Presley's "In the Ghetto", "Memories" and "A Little Less Conversation". 

Lubbock sits in the county of Lubbock, Texas, located in the northwest of the state known historically and geographically as the Llano Estacado.  Ecologically it is part of the southern end of the High Plains.  Nicknamed "Hub City" because of its economic, education and health care base for the multicounty area north of Permian Basin and south of the Texas Panhandle.  It is the largest cotton growing region in the world and heavily dependent on water from the Ogallala Aquifer.

Annually there is the Independence Day Festival where you can literally kick up your heels listening to live bands, gorge on food and watch the fireworks at night.  There is a National Cowboy Symposium and Celebration where cowboy culture reigns supreme and in true American Western style there is a chuck wagon cook-off.

Around the town there are plenty of live music venues especially in the historic Depot District.  You can walk into the Cactus Theater or the Blue Light Live on Buddy Holly Avenue to catch an act. The dedicated party center of music and nightlife, you will also find plenty of day time entertainment in trashing your plastic cards in the shops, pubs or a winery.  Originally the site of the Fort Worth & Denver South Plains Railway Depot many of the buildings were remodeled from then.  This is also where you will find the Buddy Holly Center that is a museum celebrating his life and music.

If you are a pseudo pilot, head to the Silent Wings Museum where you will find artifacts from the World War II era glider pilots. There is the Joyland Amusement Park to release the child within and The National Ranching Heritage Center to meander around that holds the ranching history of the area.  

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