Drink prices are subject to change. Stay up to date with prices by looking at any of our social media posts the day of the show.
If you are a local or developing artist: Tuesday and Wednesdays are your best bet.
If you are a regional or national artist: Thursday through Saturdays are generally for you.
If you’re routing through Lubbock: We understand that touring is difficult work and the unexpected happens. If you need a place to play on short notice, go ahead and give us a yell. We’ll do our best to help you; can’t promise anything, though.
Contact the Blue Light at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Every Monday at Bluelight
2019 is already off to a great start for the Lubbock music scene. Come join Jerry Serrano every Monday night for Singer/Songwriter nights. We are looking forward to another great year supporting our local and regional songwriters. Come join a great group of musicians every Monday. Whether you are a songwriter or listener, everybody is welcome. If you are a songwriter and want to share your work we just ask that the songs you perform on Monday nights are your very own originals. No covers please. We like to embrace the art of songwriting and the ability to share your original work with a room of listeners. Come rub elbows with songwriters and musicians from all over the state.
Doors open at 9pm every Monday night. If you would like to perform, simply sign your name on the list next to the stage. Performing songwriters 18 and up welcome.
For more information about the Singer/Songwriter nights email us firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Previous Blue Light Singer-Songwriter Competition winners include: Kenneth O’Meara, Casey Berry, Daniel Markham, Zac Wilkerson, Danny Cadra, Amanda Goebel, Erick Willis, Jacob Furr, Jerry Serrano, Zoe Carter, Starfire on the Mountain, Will Felty, and most recently Juliet McConkey.
"To be part of what you're singing about is somewhat painful. You've got to climb inside it all." --- Merle Haggard
BE SAFE. DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE. DON'T TEXT AND DRIVE.
WE WILL NOT SERVE YOU IF YOU APPEAR INTOXICATED.
WE WILL CALL YOU A CAB IF YOU NEED A RIDE HOME.
UBER AND LYFT ARE AVAILABLE IN LUBBOCK.
2019 Bluelight Golf Tournament
TEAMS ARE FULL FOR THE 2019 TOURNAMENT!!!!
We are sorry if you weren’t able to get a team in time. If you would still like to play we have cancellations happen. If you would like your team to be on standby to be an alternate, shoot an email to Dustin Six at firstname.lastname@example.org!
This will be a 4 man scramble that will take place at Meadowbrook Golf Course on the Creek side. Entry fee is $100/man or $400 per team. This is one of the most unique golf tournaments of the year in Lubbock! Proceeds from the golf tournament and the afterparty/concert at Bluelight will go directly to our local Hope Home with American Cancer Society. With your entry in the golf tournament you will be given half off your entry to the afterparty/concert featuring The Hogg Maulies. We are notorious for having plenty of “fun” holes throughout the course on the day of the tournament. Don’t be surprised when asked to use a 7 iron on every shot (including putting) on a par 4, putting with a hockey stick on a par 3, or even hitting your drive with a kid driver! The main goal is to raise money and have fun doing it. There will be many prizes handed out as well as a silent auction. Lunch will be provided at 11 am. 1pm shotgun start.
TEAMS ARE FULL FOR THE 2019 TOURNAMENT!!!!!
This year we have partnered with GolfStatus to streamline the tournament experience. You will be able to sign up your team and prepay for your team with the above link. That will help us speed up the registration portion the morning of the tournament. You will also be able to see a live feed of every teams scores while the competition is in place with their scorecard software and app for our phones!
This is our 10th annual Swingin' Singin' Slingin' for Hope Charity Fundraiser. We hope you can be a part of a great tradition. For sponsorship opportunities email email@example.com or contact Rode Morrow or Keith Patrick.