The holidays are here and you don't want to miss out on this awesome Christmas experience here in Lubbock.

Eberley Brooks Events is putting on its second-ever Experience Christmas event. You will be able to do things like Santa, live concerts, shopping, snow globe, photo opportunities, s’mores, hot cocoa, and so much more.

One of the owners, Misty Brashier spoke to me about their new event. It will be a community-wide event and will continue to be a yearly event for Lubbock.

 "This is something we've wanted to do for quite some time. Lubbock is missing out on some traditions. When I grew up there were a lot more things around Christmas time you could do. Lubbock is missing out on that and we wanted to be able to start a place where you could have family traditions and memories," said Brashier.

Each one of their faculties will have different things going on. For example in their barn, there will be a vendor's market with more than 30 vendors. There will be food trucks in the parking lots, hot cocoa bars, and smores you can roast with the Grinch. There will be a huge inflatable snow globe families can take pictures inside. They will also have a candy cane-lighted walking trail and other Christmas surprises.

Misty Brashier
Misty Brashier

"We won't host any other major events that month. We are still hosting small private parties for 50 people or less. We have one faculty to do that," said Brashier.

They currently will have live music on Dec. 15th and 16th. Santa will also be around nightly to take pictures, write letters, and do other activities.

Misty Brashier
Misty Brashier

They will also offer three limited-seating Breakfasts on 12/9/2023, 12/16/2023 and 12/23/2023. Doors open at 9 a.m. and breakfast will be served shortly after.

The event will start on December 14th and go through the 23rd. All happening from 5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. It will cost you $20 per person to get in, unless you have a group over 15 you can get a discount.

You can find out more or get tickets on their website.

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