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6/23/08

Celebrate 100 Years on Broadway

As Lubbock continues to celebrate its 100th Birthday, Broadway Festivals, Inc. would like to invite you to "Celebrate 100 Years on Broadway" at the annual 4th on Broadway Celebration.  This year's activities will start on July 3rd, with the Mrs. Baird's Centennial Street Dance at the Lubbock County Court House featuring the Maines Brothers Band. Gates open at 6pm and tickets are only $15.00 per person and include a BBQ plate.  Tickets can be purchase at any Select-A-Seat location.

On July 4th the day will begin with the McDougal Companies Parade at 9:00am traveling from Ave Q west down Broadway onto the Texas Tech Campus.  After the parade concludes the Wells Fargo Street Fair will begin along Broadway until 4:00pm.  There will be 9 music stages featuring over 50 artists, a kid's area with all kinds of activities including an art contest, space walks, a rock climbing wall, a spider wall, train rides, face painting and arts and crafts.  The street will be filled with vendors selling a variety of food, sweets and merchandise.

At 4:30pm you will want to move to Mackenzie Park, were the Celebration continues. The Plains Capital Bank Evening Concert will begin at 7:30pm featuring Lubbock Music Legends Mac Davis and Richie McDonald, formerly of Lonestar.  The evening will conclude with the Gandy's Fireworks Extravaganza with music accompanied by the Lubbock Youth Symphony Orchestra at dark.  This concert is free to the public but Premier Seating is available for the Evening Concert.  Tickets are $25.00 and can be purchased at any Select-A-Seat location.

Come join the fun at the "Largest Free Festival in Texas" the 2008 Lubbock Centennial 4th on Broadway Celebration! For more information, (click here).

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