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Capitol Tech: A Texas Tech Centennial Celebration

Event Details

Texas Tech's Centennial Celebration hits Austin on February 28, 2023, for our first event outside of Lubbock. On the eve of Texas Tech Day in Austin, Red Raiders will gather at the Coppertank Event Center, just off the legendary sixth street for a celebratory evening of live music, food, and fun. Entertainment will be provided by Texas Tech alumna Lynda Kay and there will be appearances by the Texas Tech spirit squads and the Masked Rider.


February 28, 2023


5:30 p.m.


Coppertank Event Center


504 Trinity St., Austin, Texas


Lynda Kay

Gretsch singer-songwriter Lynda Kay was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and lives in Los Angeles. She is known for her classic songwriting and her diverse contralto voice and has been compared to such exceptional talents as Patsy Cline, Karen Carpenter, Roy Orbison, and Dusty Springfield. Lynda Kay's new double album Black & Gold features 20 original and cover songs emblematic of her genre-crossing style which includes early 60's mid-century jazz and Bacharach pop to Classic Country and Memphis-soul. The first single is a Willie Nelson-style ballad Lynda Kay wrote and recorded with the late great Lemmy Kilmiste of Motörhead and Rolling Stone called it "A rare heart-on-sleeve love song". Songs from Black & Gold are currently featured in the Golden-Globe Award Winning series Goliath on Amazon Prime as she Co-Stars as herself in five of the eight Episodes with the Star Billy Bob Thornton. A bit of interesting history, Thornton and Kay recorded a duet together for her Dream My Darling album in 2009. Prior to her casting in Goliath, Lynda Kay appeared as herself on FX's Emmy Award Winning series Justified.

Ticket Information and Pricing

All tickets are priced at $100 and include food, cocktails, and entertainment.



Numerous self-parking options are available near the Coppertank Event Center.


Shuttle transportation will be provided for state legislators and staffers from the capitol to the Coppertank Event Center. Additional details to come.

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