Keeping Lubbock Lights On Free Virtual Concert to Be Held Friday, April 16th
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Texas Tech Presidential Lecture & Performace Series is bringing a virtual concert of Lubbock's finest female artists right to your living room on Friday, April 16th:
Musicianship and creativity is inherent in the fiber of the South Plains. Artists and audiences alike thrive on that interaction, now more than ever. To that end, the TTU President’s Office, Presidential Lecture & Performance Series and our cadre of Lubbock Lights performers felt strongly that our annual show must go on despite our live show cancellation. So, we are pleased to announce that we are hosting a virtual Lubbock Lights this year, same time, same date.
Tune in to this page at the originally planned date & time, tomorrow night, April 16th at 8:00pm (CDT) to hear this year's all-female lineup:Zoë Carter
,Jenni Dale Lord
(withAmy Goode Faris
& Kimberly Sparr) along with longtime Lubbock Lighter Lloyd Maines. As always, Lubbock Lights moderatorAndy Wilkinson
will serve as our emcee and commentator connecting our performers in Keeping Lubbock Lights On at Home: Wind, Women & Song.WHAT: Keeping Lubbock Lights On at Home: Wind, Women & Song. A virtual live concert where our patrons can interact with the performers in real time.WHEN: April 16th, Thursday 8:00pm-9:30pm (Central Daylight Time)WHERE & TICKETS: We are proud to bring Lubbock Lights 2020 free of charge to your living room.
Tune in as this page comes live 4/16 at 8:00pm!
The event will held on the TTU Presidential Lecture & Performance Series Facebook Page.
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