FIRST FRIDAY ART TRAIL TENT
Displayed art and activities
At the SPINARTFUN booth, your friends and family can create an instant 3 minute masterpiece using pedal power and old LPs for free.. We do the pedaling-you help create by picking the style and colors. We recycle yesterday’s records and album covers. Guests like the uniqueness of the colors when art is made. Each is unique with no two alike. All ages can make this cool recycled art. This is a free event. Take it with you or let it dry while you visit the other booths.
Making Science Make Sense® is a presidential-award-winning program that improves science education and ignites interest in science. Children and their parents are invited to participate in fun experiments that are hands-on and fun while demonstrating that science is around us every day!
11AM – 8PM
Activities for the whole family! Arts & Crafts, Carnival Games, Inflatables, Rock Wall, Spider Wall, Water Slides, Dunk Tank, Face Painting, Music, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Bouncers and Much More!
PERMIT FREE FISHING
8am – 5pm in Mackenzie Park
Bring your own bait and poles to enjoy!
HOT DOG EATING COMPETITION
EVENT BEGINS AT 5PM @ KIDS TENT
- Pre-registration takes place until spots are filled. Only the first 12 paid participants will compete.
- Check-in for pre-registered contestants will be from 4-4:30pm on July 4 at the Kids Tent. If you do not show up by 4:30pm to check-in, your spot may be given away to a walk-up participant.
- Walk-up participants will be able to register from 4:30-5pm (depending on how many spots are open).
- Event will take place beginning at 5pm at the Kids Tent.
Mackenzie Park Music Stages
REAGOR DYKES STARS AND STRIPES & GOSPEL STAGE
Location: Stage #1
Production Managers: Joe & Sylvia Leos / Michael Horton
Production Crew: Knights of Columbus Council 8097
10:45 – Hub City Jazz Orchestra
11:45 – Westwinds Brass Band
12:30 – Mariachi los Matadores de Texas Tech University
1:30 – Pride of West Texas
2:15 – Crystal River
3:00 – Jerry Brownlow & Cary Banks
3:45 – Jim Fullingim
4:30 – A Touch From Heaven
REAGOR DYKES COUNTRY TO ROCK STAGE
Hosted by: 96.3 KLLL
Location: Stage #4
10:45 – Undercover Agents
12:30 – The Texas Cruisers
2:00 – Mojave Sol
3:30 – Dustin Garrett Trio
REAGOR DYKES SINGER SONGWRITER’S STAGE IN MEMORY OF WEST GARZA
Hosted by: Mix 100.3
Location: Stage #2
Production Manager: Isaac Colmenero
10:45 – Cary Banks, Jerry Brownlow, Phlip Coggins
12:15 – Caleb Jude Green, Ryan Todd Garza, Justin Robinett
1:45 – Ronnie Eaton, Steve Garry, John Sprott
3:15 – Corey Killough, Zoë Carter, Gypsy Jayne
Hosted by: 104.9 The Beat
Location: Stage #5
Production Manager: Michael Connor
10:45 – Element
12:30 – Touch of Soul
2:15 – Sophistasoul
3:45 – Booga Bradshaw
KIDS IN CONCERT STAGE
Hosted by: Terri Caldwell Music
Location: Stage #7
Production Manager: Terri Caldwell
11:00 to 3:00 – Students of Terri Caldwell Music
REAGOR DYKES VARIETY STAGE
Hosted by: Rock 101.1
Location: Stage #3
Production Managers: Ty Myers
10:45 – Gypsy Jayne & The Travelers
12:25 – Dixie River
2:00 – Phlip Coggins ft. The Lotharios
3:45 – Jonathan Jones
REAGOR DYKES FIESTA STAGE
Hosted by: La Ley 103.5
Location: Stage #6
Production Managers: Henry Castellano & Johnny Castellano
10:45 – Mariachi Amistad
12:30 – Pura Vida
1:45 – Los Pibes
3:15 – 4 En Fe
If you have any questions, please use the contact form below or give us a call!
P.O. Box 1643
Lubbock, TX 79408
Broadway Festivals, Inc. | P.O. Box 1643 | Lubbock, Texas 79408-1643 | Phone: 806.749.2929 | Fax: 806.749.3237 | © 2013 Broadway Festivals Inc. This project is supported in part by a grant from the J.T. and Margaret Talkington Charitable Foundation, the Texas Commission on the Arts and in part through grants from the City of Lubbock, as recommended by Civic Lubbock Inc. Additional program support provided by Visit Lubbock. Broadway Festivals, Inc. is a tax-exempt “501(c)(3)” charitable organization.