Project Beacon to present Nashville Nights at Dosey Doe - The Big Barn for autism awareness

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 06/12/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Project Beacon, a locally based nonprofit organization offering essential programs and support tailored to adults with neurodiversities, invites you to attend a magical evening at Dosey Doe - The Big Barn as it brings a taste of Music City to the doorstep of The Woodlands with Nashville Nights, an exclusive event featuring four acclaimed singer-songwriters and recording artists, each ready to serenade you with their heartfelt lyrics and captivating melodies.

Nashville Nights will take place September 19. Tickets are currently available, and sponsorship opportunities are being offered at this time. Proceeds from the event will go to helping the organization open the Beacon Access Center, their planned facility designed to offer transformational adult autism services in a meaningful environment.

Nashville Nights will allow attendees to experience an intimate concert with four of Nashville’s finest singer-songwriters. Their acoustic performances will provide an authentic taste of Nashville’s vibrant music scene. The performers include The Dryes, who appeared on season 22 of The Voice; Memphis native Joe Leathers; Grammy-nominated Michael Farren; and Ken & Andi Johnson, who have been Nashville songwriters for twenty years.

The event will also include a delicious spread of Southern-inspired dishes prepared by talented chefs, plus a selection of beverages, including local beers and fine wines, all included with your ticket.

Organizers encourage attendees to wear what they refer to as ‘Nashville Glam,’ where charming Southern attire meets big-city chic.

“Gentlemen are encouraged to don their best denim jeans paired with collared shirts and an optional blazer. For outfit inspiration, women can think about what they would wear to a cute and casual date night and add a touch of country flair for a stylish look,” said the organizers in a statement.

The mission and vision of Project Beacon, which was founded in 2021, are to build a community of belonging where adults with autism and other neurodiversities can play, learn, work, and live by building safe homes and vibrant futures for neurodiverse adults.

People interested in this event can learn more at

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