The Buddy Holly Center presented Mariachi Los Galleros concert

The Buddy Holly Center presented Mariachi Los Galleros concert

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Lubbock and area musicians are in the spotlight in the Buddy Holly Center's "Summer Showcase" Concert Series.

It features many musical genres. The first night focused on Mexican, with Mariachi Los Galleros. The seven piece ensemble tells stories of heartbreak and celebration through folklorico songs.

"Thats part of our mission here at the Buddy Holly Center is to promote the Buddy Holly music legacy, and so being able to offer music concerts throughout the summer as well as throughout the year it's kind of our mission. We we love doing it, and its a thrill for us to be able to offer it to the Lubbock community."

The showcase is free, and will be held every Thursday throughout the summer from 5:30 to 7:30.

Food trucks and beverages also featured with the live music. For a full line-up visit www.buddyhollycenter.org or call 806.775.3560 for more information.


(Press Release)

The Buddy Holly Center invites the community to the Summer Showcase Concert Series Thursday, May 31, to hear the traditional sounds of Mariachi Los Galleros. The concert is from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. in the Meadows Courtyard and is free to the public.

The evening will include:
    • Children’s activities
    • Cash Bar
    • Food truck fare(only beverages purchased onsite will be allowed in the courtyard)

Mariachi Los Galleros, formerly known as Mariachi Amistad, has been around since August of 2017. Band members include Frank Garcia, Marcus Gonzales, Augustine Medina, Rick Martinez, Jose Casas, Ed Cornelson, and John Cain. Their one goal is to play great mariachi music in Lubbock! Join us and hear this 7-piece ensemble tell stories of heartbreak and celebration of life through their traditional folklorico songs.

The 2018 Summer Showcase Concert Series runs every Thursday from May 24th through August 23rd from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Meadows Courtyard. The Buddy Holly Center is located at 1801 Crickets Avenue in Lubbock’s Depot District.  For a full line-up visit www.buddyhollycenter.org or call 806.775.3560 for more information.

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