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We certainly do enjoy concerts in Lubbock and we also like gathering outdoors with family and friends, and sometimes even co-workers during our lunch break to hear a new artist or maybe one of our favorite local artists sing.

The High Noon Summer Concert Series is back this year in Downtown Lubbock and it happens each Wednesday from Noon to 1 at the Lubbock County Courthouse Gazebo. Concerts are of course free to the public and run from June until August 11th, so you have plenty of time to catch a performance or two.

According to a press release, this week there will also be a giveaway in addition to the great music.

We will also have two $25.00 cash prize drawings during each concert. (Limit 1 ticket per person and you must be

present to win).

This week’s performer will be Jordan Kirk who will be performing on Wednesday, June 16th from 12:00pm to

1:00pm at the Lubbock County Courthouse Gazebo! Hope you can come join us!

It will be hot this Summer, do don't forget to take water and sunscreen if you plan to sit outdoors and enjoy the music. There will be food vendors on site during each concert, so you will be able to grab some food to enjoy. Also bring chairs if you'd like if you want a place to site. Of course you could also lay out a blanket and enjoy a picnic as well during the concert series.

Be sure to keep supporting live and local music, even during the middle of your day.

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