Our venue will also undergo renovations in the Civic Center Theater and Moe Turner Banquet Hall in 2015. The theater will close May 11, 2015 and the banquet hall will close June 1, 2015. These spaces are scheduled to reopen October 2015. Renovations to the theater include refurbished seats, carpet, paint, and flooring. The banquet hall will receive new carpet and paint. We know these upgrades are a welcome alteration to the venues and long overdue. We understand the imposition this will have on your event(s). Our booking department is committed to assist you, our valued customer, in finding a suitable alternate location. We have a comprehensive plan in place to help make your event a successful one. We are confident in facilitating appropriate changes and are excited for the improvements we are making in our facility to enhance your experience. Please feel free to contact us; we are standing by to assist. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, City Bank Auditorium/Coliseum, and Wells Fargo Amphitheatre continue to be West Texas’ premiere full-service facilities with an 8,300 seat Coliseum, 2,800 seat Auditorium, 300,000 square foot Civic Center, and a lakeside Amphitheatre. Major trade shows, convention and consumer shows, meetings, and banquets have all discovered that our facilities can provide all the amenities needed to create a successful event. Live entertainment, including sporting events and cultural and concert performances by some of the biggest names in the world, excites and amuses Lubbock’s audiences all year long.
Located within walking distance of downtown Lubbock, visitors to the Civic Center will enjoy exploring the historic Buddy Holly Center and the vibrant Depot District. There are numerous hotels and restaurants in the Lubbock area that cater to a variety of tastes and budgets. The Civic Center is just six miles from the Lubbock International Airport and two miles from Texas Tech University.
Let us help you plan your next event at one of our facilities!
These facilities are owned and operated by the City of Lubbock and are departments within the Civic Services Division.