The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts

Hub City Renaissance Faire

The Hub City Renaissance Faire is LHUCA’s first renaissance event celebrating art, music, theatrical performances and exciting activities for all ages.

What is the Hub City Renaissance Faire?

The Hub City Renaissance Faire is LHUCA’s first renaissance program celebrating art, music, theatrical performances and exciting activities for all ages.

Attendees will experience local and regional visual and performing artists during Hub City Renaissance Faire. Programming will rotate between LHUCA and CASP campuses, giving attendees ample opportunity to explore performances, live demonstrations, and over 30 vendors and food trucks. For those 21 and older, bars will serving beer, sangria and local Lubbock favorites.


Where is the Hub City Renaissance Faire being held?

Hub City Renaissance Faire will take place on Saturday, October 19, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 511 Ave. K in the LHUCA Plaza and at CASP located in downtown Lubbock cultural arts district.

Admission at Hub City Renaissance Faire will be $5 for ages 12 and up, and free for 11 and under.

To participate in the Hub City Renaissance Faire, vendors and food trucks will need to complete the application process. This is a curated vendor event. Vendors will be selected based on their products’ alignment with the Faire. Notification will go out to all vendors indicating if they receive a vendor spot.

For more information, sign up for updates at: or contact [email protected]

Wearing Renaissance (14th – 17th century) garb or costumes is encouraged or not required. You will not feel out of place in either a tunic and tights or blue jeans and a t-shirt. 

Hub City Renaissance Faire theme for 2024 coming soon!

No outside food or beverage inside the Hub City Renaissance Faire. Bladed weapons must be peace-tied. No firearms allowed.

As a core value, LHUCA believes that arts should be accessible, embracing, and reflective of all in our community. LHUCA’s facilities offers a number of on-site accommodations for guests with disabilities in order to assure an enjoyable and engaging experience. If you have questions about specific programs or accessibility needs, please contact us.


All interior spaces of LHUCA including galleries, Firehouse Theatre, Icehouse, Clay Studio, and Graffiti Building are fully wheelchair accessible. Our outdoor Plaza is likewise wheelchair accessible. Accessible parking is offered in the adjacent Post Office parking lot and LHUCA’s Clay Studio parking lot. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located in each building and on the Plaza. Family-accessible restrooms are located in our main building galleries and Icehouse. A wheelchair is available on a first-come, first-served basis at no cost and is located at front desk in the galleries. Personal wheelchairs, walkers, canes with rubber tips, and motorized mobility devices are also permitted in all LHUCA facilities.

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome in all LHUCA spaces. LHUCA abides by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and allows service animals, that is, animals trained to do work or perform specific tasks for the benefit of an individual with disabilities, into all the public areas of the museum. The ADA does not currently recognize emotional support animals, therefore emotional support animals and all other animals not specifically covered in the American with Disabilities Act will not be permitted within LHUCA’s buildings. Other leashed pets must remain outside the buildings.