Lubbock Lights celebrates musical heritage across the South Plai

Lubbock Lights celebrates musical heritage across the South Plains

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Lubbock will celebrate the musical heritage across the South Plains at Lubbock Lights.

The event will share some of the creative processes of different artist's work as well as performances. This year artists include Bob Livingston, Lloyd Maines and Gary P. Nunn. All three are from the Lubbock area.

"I'm inspired by the history of this state," Nunn said. "The incredible story of the people coming to Texas, the story of the revolution, the story of the incredible courage and the geography, the landscape that was so immense and has such a wide variety of different environments and different cultures that are here that have had their influence." 

Lubbock Lights will start at 8:00 p.m. Thursday, April 25, in the Allen Theatre of the Student Union Building.

General admission tickets are $23. Students get one free ticket with a valid Texas Tech ID at the East SUB Information Desk. Tickets can be purchased online through the Lubbock Lights website, through Select-A-Seat locations or by calling (806) 770-2000.

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