Tammi Fest is a family friendly eclectic music and art festival. It's hosted by the Own Your Own Universe non-profit organization that specializes in transforming lives through music and the creative arts. Terri Hendrix hosts this annual event through the OYOU, in honor of her sister, Tammi Hendrix, who passed away March 8th, 2018. Tammi was a member of the LGTBQ community and staunch supporter of events that celebrate diversity, inclusion, community, and the arts. Like all OYOU events, Tammi Fest will be fully accessible for people of all ages and to those with social or mobility issues.
Tammi Fest VIP Ticket "Storytellers & Songbirds” indoor concert
W/ Terri Hendrix, Rosie Flores, Kimmie Rhodes
Location: Historic downtown Martindale @ 413 Main Street
Open to the public. All ages welcome (concert is listening room atmosphere).
Meet & Greet at 6:00 p.m.; concert from 7:00-8:30
MC: Hector Saldaña, Texas Music Curator of "The Wittliff Collections”
Artists will play an acoustic in-the-round song swap show. These three artists are featured in the “Storytellers & Songbirds: Sung and Unsung Heroes of the Wittliff” collection at Texas State University. For more information on these artists or on the Wittliff Collection, please read below. Tickets include live music, hors d’oeuvres, assorted Texas wines, & raffle.
* Ring yourself up and we will have your name at the door!
"La Musica es Vida"
Listen to a dizzying array of music under the Texas stars in historic Downtown Martindale. Artists include La Gitana, hONEyhoUSe, and Henry Invisible.
Enjoy the music, dance, and shop! Support our local farmers, ranchers, growers and artisans! Local vendors will be selling their handmade, homegrown, vintage, and antique items in a market like setting along Main Street in downtown Martindale.
In addition to Tammi Fest, the OYOU is also hosting our fall OYOU Women's Retreat throughout the weekend. Please click the link to read about this weekend's music jams, camping, workshops, and our OYOU Women's monthly music group singalong. It all takes place at Wilory Farm, less than a mile from downtown Martindale.