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Wells Fargo Amphitheatre

Welcome, friends, to the Wells Fargo Amphitheatre!

The venue, located at 413 E. Broadway, is owned and operated by the City of Lubbock. The Wells Fargo Amphitheatre is nestled into the hillside between the South Plains Fairgrounds and Mackenzie Park overlooking the canyon lakes system and the natural beauty of the park. As the amphitheatres of old, verdant terraced seating is available; just bring your lawn chairs and picnic blankets. A large concrete stage, downstage orchestra area, and numerous restrooms complete the setting. Parking is available up top next to the sculptures, Crossroads in Time by Steve Teeters. Completed in 2006, the venue is available for rental by calling (806) 775-2242. 

Currently, Wells Fargo Amphitheatre plays host each summer to Lubbock Moonlight Musicals. Under the direction of Gerald Dolter, Lubbock Moonlight Musicals presents family musicals each summer from June through August featuring outstanding local talent with guest artists.

Important Information
Smoking is not allowed anywhere within the venue.

Alcohol may not be brought into nor removed from this venue.

We appreciate your cooperation for the comfort and safety of all our guests.
We hope you have a wonderful time at our facility!

Lubbock Moonlight Musicals – Weather Cancellation Policy
All patrons should assume that the performance will be held and arrive at the Amphitheatre on time. Performances will not be canceled in advance, even if there is a forecast of rain. If it is not raining at the time the show is supposed to start, then the performance will be held. Delays in performances are not considered a cancellation. Cancellations will be announced by Lubbock Moonlight Musicals. If a performance is canceled, patrons may take their tickets to the main Select-a-Seat office at 1501 Mac Davis Lane and exchange them for another performance. For more information, contact Select-a-Seat at (806) 770-2000. Lubbock Moonlight Musicals is a separate nonprofit organization and not a part of the City of Lubbock.