LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A music festival featuring nine artists and two stages will kick off on Saturday afternoon for a good cause.
Hope Fest was created to unite Texas Tech students and the Lubbock community to serve as a driving force in the fight against cancer.
Profits made from the festival will be donated to the American Cancer Society and used to find a cure, provide wigs to women with breast cancer, and provide night of rest for cancer patients at the free hope lodge.
The party with a purpose will take place at the South Plains Fairgrounds on April 7 at 12 p.m.
Entrance to the festival featuring live music, food trucks and vendors is free.
You can purchase tickets to the main stage featuring Casey Donahew by clicking here.