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(1) Allen Theatre, Texas Tech Student Union Building

(2) Alliance Gallery, 2109 Broadway.

(3) American Wind Power Center, East Broadway and Canyon Lake Drive, south of Mackenzie Park.

(4) Art Depot, 1707-B Texas Ave.

(5) Buddy Holly Center and Fine Arts Gallery, 18th Street and Avenue G

(6) Buddy Holly statue and West Texas Walk of Fame, west of Lubbock Memorial Civic Center

(7) Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave.

(8) CATS Playhouse, 2405 34th St.

(9) Frazier Ex-Students' Pavilion, south of Jones Stadium, Texas Tech University

(10) Garden & Arts Center, 4215 University Ave.

(11) Godeke Library, 6601 Quaker Ave.

(12) Groves Library, 5520 19th St.

(13) Hub City Brewery, 1807 Buddy Holly Ave.

(14) International Cultural Center at Texas Tech, 601 Indiana Ave.

(15) Jones VirMar Gallery, 2714 50th St.

(16) Joyland Amusement Park, Mackenzie Park

(17) Landmark Arts: Landmark Gallery of Texas Tech, Texas Tech art building at 18th Street and Flint Avenue.

(18) Llano Estacado Institute for the Performing Arts, 1511 Texas Ave.

(19) Lubbock Christian University's Pioneer Gallery, LCU campus

(20) Lubbock Community Theatre, at Lubbock Regional Arts Center -- 511 Ave. K

(21) Lubbock Lake Landmark State Historical Site, 2401 Landmark Drive, northwest Lubbock between Loop 289 and the Clovis Highway.

(22) Lubbock Memorial Arboretum, University Avenue and 41st Street.

(23) Lubbock Memorial Civic Center

(24) Lubbock Regional Arts Center, 511 Ave. K

(25) Mackenzie Park -- East Broadway entrance just east of Avenue A

(26) Mahon Library, 1306 Ninth St.

(27) Moody Auditorium, Lubbock Christian University

(28) Municipal Auditorium, Sixth Street and Boston Avenue

(29) Museum of Texas Tech and Moody Planetarium, Fourth Street and Indiana Avenue.

(30) National Ranching Heritage Center, Fourth Street and Indiana Avenue.

(31) Patterson Library, 1836 Parkway Drive

(32) Science Spectrum Museum and Omnimax Theatre, 2579 S. Loop 289 (between University and Indiana Avenues).

(33) George Sorensen Theatre, at Llano Estacado Institute for the Performing Arts, 1511 Texas Ave.

(34) Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Fifteenth Street and Detroit Avenue.

(35) Texas Tech Lab Theatre, Texas Tech campus

(36) Texas Tech On-Campus Observatory, located west of the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center on south side of Fourth Street.

(37) Texas Tech University Library, 18th Street and Boston Avenue.

(38) Texas Tech's Charles E. Maedgen Jr. Theatre and Lab Theatre, Texas Tech campus.

(39) Texas Water Rampage, 6600 Brownfield Highway.

(40) Wagner Park, 28th Street and Flint Avenue -- (This is already listed under parks; I put it here just because plays are performed there)

(41) West Texas Canyon Amphitheater, East 19th Street and Weber Avenue.

(42) Wheeler Bros. Studio, 1106 Ave. K.

(43) United Spirit Arena, 1701 Indiana Ave.

(44) Panhandle-South Plains Fairgrounds and Coliseum, Fourth Street and Avenue A

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