Kalf Fry at Lone Star Amphitheater
The Kalf Fry of course!
Nothing gets better than country music, calf fries, alcoholic beverages and a fundraiser for the West Texas region of the Muscular Dystrophy Association all rolled into one. What does this create? The annual Kalf Fry!
Thousands are expected every year to this long-standing tradition and rivalry hosted by two student fraternities, Kappa Alpha and Phi Delta Theta, at Texas Tech at 8 p.m., Friday at the Lone Star Amphitheater.
Along with the concert, food, drinks and fundraising, this even is held every year in conjunction with the University of Texas or Texas A&M football game against the Red Raiders that is played in Lubbock. You’ll find popular local artists headlining the concert on the amphitheater stage to kickoff what Texas loves best – football.
The fraternities Kappa Alpha and Delta Theta fundraise year round for the local Muscular Dystrophy Association and work together on different events for this philanthropy. This events is kicked off with calf fry eating and live performances from headlining bands. Calf fries and fried calf testicles are traditionally served on a plate for anyone who wanted them at the entrance of the event.