45th Annual Lubbock Arts Festival

Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane

Saturday - April 15, 2023

Lubbock Arts Festival

open to the public, 10AM-6PM

  • General admission $5, children 12 and under FREE.  Available Online! Select A Seat, (806) 770-2000
EXHIBIT HALL

Featured Artist, Carol Flueckiger; 100 visual artists from across the nation showing and selling their work, demonstrating artists, “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Music, Memory, & Memorabilia” Exhibit, and Paradox Traveling Art

  • 10AM-6PM
JURIED GALLERY
  • Exhibit of award-winning art
  • 10AM-6PM, 1/3 Banquet Hall
MUSIC & THEATRE STAGE
  • Musicians, singers, and actors
  • 10AM-6PM, Pedestrian Walkway
CHILDREN’S ART AREA
  • “Make & Take” art activities, KIDSTOPS, ArtCarts
  • 10AM-6PM, Pedestrian Walkway
WORLD MUSIC STAGE
  • Performance stage featuring Texas Tech University Tango Orchestra, Mariachi los Matadores, Great Promise for American Indians, among others! Presented by the Texas Tech University International Cultural Center, K-12 Global Education Outreach.

  • Noon-5PM, Pedestrian Walkway
YOUNG ARTISTS & YOUNG WRITER’S COMPETITION
  • Art & writing from elementary, junior high, and high school students
  • 10AM-6PM, Pedestrian Walkway
SPECIAL VISUAL ART EXHIBIT
  • “Painter of Music: The Art of Julie Borden. AKA ‘Juleez’” Hand painted guitars, fiddles, and mandolins by artist Julie Borden of Millsboro, Delaware. As a “Painter of Music,” Boren has spent the last decade focusing on hand painted musical instruments, colorful music themes in her paintings and being known for her signature curvy piano keyboards and use of color.

  • 10AM-6PM, Pedestrian Walkway
SPECIAL TICKETED EVENT
Lubbock Lights: Maines Brothers Band – Bloodlines

All the original members of The Maines Brothers Band back together for a one-night only concert playing favorite hits including “Break the Fall” and “Amarillo Highway.” Presented by the Texas Tech University Presidential Lecture & Performance Series. Complimentary entry to the Lubbock Arts Festival included with ticket purchase.

  • Doors Open: 6PM | Concert: 7PM | Civic Center Theatre
  • Tickets: $45 above the breezeway, $35 below the breezeway (excluding service fee)
    Select-A-Seat Lubbock: 806-770-2000, selectaseatlubbock.com.

Sunday - April 16, 2023

Lubbock Arts Festival

open to the general public, Noon-5PM

  • General admission $5, children 12 and under FREE.  Available Online! Select A Seat, (806) 770-2000
EXHIBIT HALL

Featured Artist, Carol Flueckiger; 100 visual artists from across the nation showing and selling their work, demonstrating artists, “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Music, Memory, & Memorabilia” Exhibit, and Paradox Traveling Art

  • Noon-5PM
JURIED GALLERY
  • Exhibit of award-winning art
  • Noon-5PM, 1/3 Banquet Hall
DANCE STAGE
  • Performances of various styles of dance
  • Noon-5PM, 2/3 Banquet Hall
MUSIC & THEATRE STAGE
  • Musicians, singers, and actors
  • Noon-5PM, Pedestrian Walkway
CHILDREN’S ART AREA
  • “Make & Take” art activities, KIDSTOPS, ArtCarts
  • Noon-5PM, Pedestrian Walkway
WORLD MUSIC STAGE
  • Performance stage featuring Texas Tech University Tango Orchestra, Mariachi los Matadores, Great Promise for American Indians, among others! Presented by the Texas Tech University International Cultural Center, K-12 Global Education Outreach.

  • Noon-5PM, Pedestrian Walkway
YOUNG ARTISTS & YOUNG WRITER’S COMPETITION
  • Art & writing from elementary, junior high, and high school students
  • Noon-5PM, Pedestrian Walkway
SPECIAL VISUAL ART EXHIBIT

“Painter of Music: The Art of Julie Borden. AKA ‘Juleez’” Hand painted guitars, fiddles, and mandolins by artist Julie Borden of Millsboro, Delaware. As a “Painter of Music,” Boren has spent the last decade focusing on hand painted musical instruments, colorful music themes in her paintings and being known for her signature curvy piano keyboards and use of color.

  • 12PM–5PM, Pedestrian Walkway
  • Exhibit included with general admission
SPECIAL TICKETED EVENT
Pablo Aslan & Texas Tech Tango Orchestra Concert

Argentine-born musician and producer Pablo Aslan is recognized internationally as one of the leading figures in contemporary tango. His discography includes Piazzolla in Brooklyn (2011), and Tango Grill (2009). The latter earned him nominations for a Latin Grammy and a Grammy award. Aslan will be accompanied by the Texas Tech University Tango Orchestra.

  • Doors Open: 1PM | Concert: 2PM | Civic Center Theatre
  • Tickets: $15 (including service fee)
    Select-A-Seat Lubbock: 806-770-2000, selectaseatlubbock.com.

45th Annual
Lubbock Arts Festival

April 15-16, 2023
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
1501 Mac Davis Lane
Lubbock, Texas 79401

Hours

Saturday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Admissions
GET YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE

$5 for adults
Children 12 and under admitted FREE with accompanying adult