The Snowbird Concert Series is an annual all ages free concert series hosted by the OYOU. It takes place the first Thursday of each month, during the winter months. Our concerts feature top-notch entertainment from both local and touring artists. In addition to playing, each performer participates in a Q&A with the audience. It's a great way to get to know the performer a little better, and inspire those in the audience to explore their own creativity.
This 2023/2024 season, we will be focusing on music played by musicians and educators who have the skill set of rising above adversity; be it social, in the classroom, addressing dissabilities, or rising above one's own personal challenges.
Complimentary munchies and beverages are provided courtesy of the OYOU when the doors open at 6:00PM. The concert starts at 7:00. We usually have a Q & between the performers and the audience, too! It's a surefire way to get inspired and leave inspired! We wrap up everything by 8:00.
This free donation ran concert series attracts folks from all over! It's a community-wide event with fantastic entertainment, and small town charm! Please make this a winning destination to add to your event calendar. We encourage folks that plan on attending; to eat, play, and stay in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.
6:00 Doors open, raffle and kitchen opens.
Free munchies and nonalcoholic beverages
7:00 - 8:00 Concert
December 7th Concert Series Kickoff Fundraiser
W/Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines
2024 Series - Innovative Educators in Performance
December 7th Terri Hendrix W/Lloyd Maines
January 4th Possessed by Paul James
February 1st The Flying A's
March 1st Stringtown Texas
December 5th Featured Artist TBA
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church
3039 Ranch Rd 12
San Marcos, TX 78666
This concert series is a free 100% accessible community concert series hosted by the OYOU. We have documented attendance of 100 - 150 people that come in from all over Central Texas. We cater to an older population on fixed incomes and to those with dissabilities. This concert series provides a space where people from all walks of life can find common ground in music. Because it’s free, cost is not a factor in one being able to attend. Its good for the arts and meaningful social interactions that foster a sense of community and connectin. These connections are notably important given the rise of social isolation.
San Marcos River Foundation W/Ol' Malarkey
Cheatham Street Foundation
Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos
Evie Laden & Keith Terry
Al Barlow & Mike Trigg
Stringtown Texas Band
Tracy Weinberg Band
Georgia Parker & Big Cedar Fever
Adam and Chris Carroll