The OYOU's annual fundraiser is named “Tammi Fest” in honor of Terri's older sister, Tammi Hendrix, who passed away last March, 2018. In tribute to her sister, this event features all women musicians - some just beginning their promising careers and others with decades of experience. In addition to a full afternoon of live music, Tammi Fest features curated local and touring artists and makers to shop from and support.
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It's an annual all ages free concert series that takes place the first Thursday of every month from October - March, at Saint Mark's Episcopal church in San Marcos, Texas. We offer top-notch entertainment from local and touring artists. We also serve up complimentary munchies and beverages courtesy of local businesses.
A kids music camp for ages 8 - 11 and 12 - 17. This camp kick-starts the creative spirit by providing a safe place for students to explore their talents.
Our annual gal-pal getaway for ages 25 and up! We sing, dance, create, and share experiences and opportunities for self-growth through a myriad of mind-body-spirit activities.
The OYOU is a "Get-It-Done" grassroots operation.
We are available to take our music programs and events on the road to rural areas throughout Texas. We have workshops and events tailored for all ages on a variety of subjects. We also have experience in music and creativity programs for those with special needs.
Please contact us if you have interest in hosting one of our programs or events at your place of business.
At OYOU we hire artists and musicians to lead workshops or perform at our community concerts; providing them with additional income and more importantly a format in which to inspire and teach.
We hire and pay professional musicians and artists to lead our workshops. By providing a modest stipend, we are able to give back to the artist community by providing a means in which to support it.
Some of our workshop leaders have been affected by neurological conditions, cancer, depression, and other health challenges. They have found a role in mentoring students with similar health conditions and inspiring others to rise above their own personal challenges so that they, too, can embrace and enjoy a higher quality of life.