Cadence Bank, Sawyer Park Icehouse, and nonPareil want you to save the date for A Tribute to Live Aid

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 02/06/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX – On April 1, A Tribute to Live Aid festival presented by Cadence Bank will be the kick-off for Autism Awareness Month in Houston. There will be up to 1,500 people at the event at Sawyer Park Icehouse, located at 314 Pruitt Rd. The event will have five popular tribute bands playing on the large main outdoor stage, and there will be a VIP section along with a VIP pit area. Jennifer Tyler, DJ from 106.9 The Eagle, will be the event’s emcee.

Sponsorships available

The event will benefit nonPareil Houston-Building Better Futures for Adults with Autism. nonPareil is a post-secondary, not-for-profit organization serving adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). nonPareil provides technical and workplace readiness training that enables people on the spectrum to find meaningful employment and more independence. One of their students is helping to plan this event and is playing with the headlining band, Queen Legacy.

nonPareil Houston currently serves more than 75 students in Houston but this is a growing need, with more autism diagnoses made annually regardless of geography, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. The organization has more than 100 adults with autism waiting for scholarships to be able to come to nP Houston.

There are sponsorships available for this fundraising event, from $500 to $5,000. Each sponsorship is of great benefit to the benefactor. Learn more by emailing

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