Sawyer Park Ice House to host release party for award-winning Payton Riley

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 02/07/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Sawyer Park Ice House in The Woodlands is hosting a release party for rising star Payton Riley. The event, which will take place March 3 from 1 - 6 p.m., aims to support Payton and serve as a platform to raise awareness for Love Heals Youth, a non-profit organization that is dear to the teen singing sensation’s heart.

“When a foster child is placed in a new home, they often have to rely on using a trash bag to carry their belongings. This can be a difficult and dehumanizing experience for a child who is already going through a challenging transition,” said Love Heals Youth in a statement. “Love Heals Youth aims to provide these children with a more dignified welcome by offering them a nice bag filled with daily essentials such as toiletries, clothing, school supplies, stuffed animals, and other essential items that can help make their transition into a new home a little easier.” To cover an existing shortage, during the event Payton will collect water bottles for these welcome home bags.

Payton was recently named “Young Artist of the Year” through the Texas Country Music Association. The release party will feature a full band performance by Payton, who will be joined by her talented friends Donice Morace and Bubba Westly, both renowned Texas radio chart toppers and fantastic musicians.

In addition to the performances, there will be live and silent auctions throughout the day, offering attendees the opportunity to bid on great items while supporting Payton’s music career and Love Heals Youth. All the funds raised from the event will be used to support her journey in the music industry.

“We are thrilled to host this release party at Sawyer Park,” said Payton. “Not only will we have a great time celebrating with my full band and talented friends, but we will also be making a positive impact by supporting Love Heals Youth. I encourage everyone to come out, enjoy the music, and contribute to a worthy cause.”

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