House Concert Series
Tuesdays at the Heyde Center starting June 23 until September 1
Tue, Jun 23, 2020Tue, Sep 1, 2020 Tickets
There is no cost for admission; but free-will donations to the performers are requested.
Food 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Music 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The Heyde Center auditorium has been empty for far too long. This summer we are hosting six weeks of mini-concerts by established local performers such as Nick Anderson and the Skinny Lovers and The CollECtive Choir as well as new artists Matt Boelter and Ramblin' Lou Carver. The concerts will be held in the auditorium with the exception of The CollECtive Choir, which will be held outside in the parking lot depending on weather. In addition to the music, we will have a food truck set up in the parking lot, and inside there will be a full bar available. There is no cost for admission; but free-will donations to the performers are requested.
June 23rd - Nick Anderson & The Skinny Lovers—voted 'Best Rock Band' by Volume One readers was formed in 2015 and independently released a series of EPs that landed them a Number 1 and Number 8 spot on independent radio. Food Truck: Rosy's Texas Outpost
June 30th - CollECtive Choir—an interdependent, interdenominational community lifting up the praise of Jesus through Gospel and Hip-Hop. Food Truck: Rosy's Texas Outpost
July 7th - Matt Boelter—a new indie singer/songwriter with an acoustic guitar who plays mostly original music with a few covers by artists like Gillian Welch. Food Truck: Dhimiters
July 14th - Ramblin' Lou Carver—an Americana “folk-grass” singer/songwriter who plays mostly original music with a few covers by artists like Colter Wall, Bob Dylan, Charley Crockett and George Jones. Food Truck: Dhimiters
July 21st - Jonah Leske— a local guitar and mandolin player, inspired by the traditional country style of artists like Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings. Food Truck: Live Great Food
July 28th - Parker Reed and the Lucid Dreamers — Parker Reed and the Lucid Dreamers pride themselves on delivering a powerful blend of melody and originality, which is primed to captivate any audience they encounter. Food Truck: Live Great Food
August 18 - The Part Time Duo - Husband and Wife A.J. and Alissa Haut aren't the run of the mill acoustic act. Their performances are chalk full of great cover songs that they love to sing and dance to, sprinkled with their own brand of comedy. Never the same show twice. Food Truck: Island Vibe
August 25 - TBD Food Truck: Island Vibe
September 1 - Jazz Standards With trumpet/flugelhorn and guitar/vocals, Todd Bartlett & Jerry Way explore the full spectrum of jazz standards. The much-loved melodies and lyrics are iconic, while the improvisational treatments are fresh and original.