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Once started as a high school musical 75 years ago is still thrilling audiences today. Come enjoy over 250 citizen/actors as they perform, produce and stage the big show on an acre-sized amphitheater called Prairie Theater. The show combines covered wagons, buggies, railroads and the Concord Stagecoach. Contact the Albany chamber for more information.
2 Railroad Street
Albany, Texas 76430
The Pecan Grill, open daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner inside the Overton Hotel & Conference Center. Featuring innovative dishes like Sweet Tea Brined Game Hens and Chicken Fried Quail to traditional fare like the Bone-in Ribeye. Relax in the "Texas Chic" surroundings of the Pecan Grill Lounge featuring live music on the weekends or enjoy Lubbock's most decadent Sunday Brunch.
2322 Mac Davis Lane
Lubbock, Texas 79401
Offering a full restaurant, bar, and in theater dining, this unique experience will spoil you to watching a movie. Even better than watching one at home. From the bottomless popcorn to adult drinks, this place is built for those who love movies. The Alamo Drafthouse Theater box office opens 45 minutes before all scheduled show times. Patrons are welcome to enjoy drinks and appetizers before the film.
120 West Loop 289
Lubbock, Texas 79416
Outdoor Musical Texas
In this family-friendly show, set against an authentic tapestry of history, the show's fictional characters bring to life the stories, struggles and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800s. Song and dance abound-and a generous helping of good ol' Texas humor too-with spellbinding lighting, special fire and water effects, including the Dancing Waters of Texas! Located in Pioneer Theater.
1514 5th Avenue
Canyon, Texas 79015
Nestled in the hills of Central Texas, Comanche boasts of antique and gift shops, great restaurants, over 150 rooms in lodging facilities, an art gallery, museum, library, pecans, winery, special events, historical preservation and markers, and more. See the new building facades on the Courthouse Square. Comanche is a community where history is celebrated and the present is progressive.
100 Indian Creek Drive
Comanche, Texas 76442
As home to the world's first rodeo, we have a heritage of western hospitality and a reputation for fun. Excitement was in the dusty air of Pecos in 1883 when a few cowboys met to find out who was the best at riding and roping. The city of Pecos, is diverse in it's western heritage due in part to the location near the Pecos River. We invite you to come and visit a hot spot in adventurous far West Texas.
100 E Dot Stafford
Pecos, Texas 79772