In 2018, THE OYOU changed the name of its primary fundraiser from "Playing For Good" to "TammiFest" in memory of Tammi Hendrix — beloved sister of Terri Hendrix. 


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2nd Annual Tammi Fest OYOU Art & Music Festival

Terri Hendrix and friends announce lineup, tickets for second annual Tammi Fest, an arts and music festival benefitting the non-profit organization OYOU (Own Your Own Universe).

When: Oct. 6th, 2019from 1:00 – 6:00 

Where: 417 Main Street (Harper Brothers Store Building) Downtown Martindale, Texas

 

On Sunday, October 6th, from 1pm - 6pm, Terri Hendrix and Team OYOU invite YOU (and the whole family!) to have loads of fun and enjoy a full day of fabulous music while helping to make a positive difference in the world — at the OYOU's second annual Tammi FestArt and Music Festival. This year's celebration will be held in the Harper Brothers Building at 417 Main Street in downtown Martindale, next to the Martindale River Cafe and Mercantile — and just down the road from Wilory Farm, the 12-acre spread on which Hendrix plans to break ground on a fully handicapped-accessible arts center for the OYOU in the coming year.

 

Originally called "Playing for Good," the OYOU's annual fundraiser was renamed “Tammi Fest” in 2018 in honor of Terri's older sister, Tammi Hendrix, who passed away last March. In tribute to her sister, this year’s 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 will feature local visual artists exhibiting fine quality paintings, metal sculptures and professional photography. Activites will include a silent auction with works from these same artists and other one-of-a-kind offerings, a raffle, a kid’s activity corner with free face painting, and a mouth-watering array of eclectic hors d'oeuvres served throughout the day by Culinary Criminals Custom Catering. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be provided, though wine and beer (and more delicious food) can be purchased at the adjacent River Cafe. Like all OYOU events, Tammi Fest will be fully handicap accessible.   

 

Tickets for Tammi Fest are $30, and free for kids under age 12. Fans who can't attend but who would still like to support the OYOU can purchase $30 "virtual" tickets (and be entered into a separate online raffle drawing). We invite you to share in this special event and opportunity to become part of the OYOU community.   For more information and to purchase tickets (including VIP and virtual tickets) please visit www.ownyourownuniverse.org/tammi-fest.

 

2nd Annual Tammi FestOYOU Art & Music Festival

Featured artists and original works of art by John Roof, Darin Wood, Carmen Clement, Born in Zorn Metal Sculptures, and Chelsea James Photography.  

Schedule

1:00pmDoors Open

1:30pm Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines and the OYOU Kids Club

2:00pm –4:00pm  Sets by Kassy D, MariLisa, Vicki Genfan, HalleyAnna, and Juliet McConkey, each accompanied by Terri Hendrix

4:30pm hONEyhoUSe

6:00pm Auction and event wrap up


OYOU Donation

Donations help us to pay performers, compensate teachers, scholarship students, run our free Snowbird Concert Series and other free events, host our women's retreat and scholarship women in need, purchase supplies, host Tammi Fest Women's Music Festival, OYOU Kid's Club, Harvest Women's Music Group, and make all of the other events we have on our calendar possible in both San Marcos and Martindale.

Own Your Own Universe 

Nonprofit 501 C3

EIN Number 27-3390938

Charitable receipts sent per donation!

 

Thank you for your consideration!

 

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The OYOU is committed to paying its teachers, artists, and performers. We are also committed to outreach within our community, celebrating diversity, and providing an artistic outlet to those with disabilities. 

 

The entire industry of the performing and visual arts has been turned upside down due to advances in technology and a massive shift in how people consume music and view the arts. We provide a source of income to artists by giving them an audience in which to perform and or teach. 

 

The OYOU creates an atmosphere where those that create and make their living in the arts can not only survive, but thrive, in both education and performance. 

 

Our classes are small. We also provide scholarships for those who would otherwise be unable to attend, and we also work with those with disabilities — often one on one.

 

Please considering donating to the OYOU so that we can pay our teachers and performers a reasonable wage for their hard work and creative efforts.