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Wet weather disrupts Lubbock Music Fest schedule

Lloyd Maines Lloyd Maines

Due to potential inclement weather, several Lubbock Music Fest events are being moved or rescheduled.

The West Texas Walk of Fame Induction Ceremony and the Allison House Relocation Celebration have been moved inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center at 5:30 p.m.. The Crickets members Jerry (JI) Allison, Joe B. Mauldin, and Sonny Curtis will be present. The Crickets will perform at the Cactus Theater following the Celebration. All events are free and open to the public.

The honorees at the West Texas Walk of Fame Induction Ceremony are four West Texas natives: Charlene Condray Hancock, Tommy X. Hancock, Lloyd Maines, and Jesse Taylor.  The event is free and open to the public.

The tribute concert, Jessefest, has now been moved from the Tornado Gallery to a local venue known as The Republic on Texas Avenue at 2426 Texas Avenue.   Doors will open at 7pm with the concert beginning at 8p.m.  This is a BYOB event.  

Grupo Siggno at the Cactus Courtyard has been rescheduled to Friday Oct. 5th also at the Courtyard.

Bob Schneider's concert is canceled and a reschedule date is currently being sought.

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