Hearts of Texas 2022
Our annual fundraiser event returns to the beautiful San Antonio Botanical Gardens on Thursday, November 3, 2022.
Stoney LaRue has remained one of the most dominant music artists in the US over the last 20 years with chart-topping albums, singles, and sold-out concerts nationwide. His music combines the rootsy, emotionally honest sound of country with the beer-drinking swagger of heartland rock and a dash of the moody undercurrents of the blues. One of the founding fathers of the Southwestern Red Dirt scene, LaRue’s music could be tough and swaggering or personal and thoughtful, but the sweet growl of his voice and his crowd-pleasing charm have been constants throughout his career.
Clint Bracher is a songwriter/artist born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. A former member of a South Texas based folk/Americana band Emory Quinn. Bracher has continued to write and play now for 20 years.
The Hearts of Texas raises funds to support AugustHeart’s mission to provide free heart screenings to teenagers to identify selected heart abnormalities in an effort to reduce the risk of sudden cardiac death.
Texans have a heart for country music! Year after year, the Hearts of Texas returns to Pearl Stable to celebrate the lifesaving work of AugustHeart. A Night of Texas Music to Save a Life features an array of live country music entertainment while guests enjoy an up-close-and-personal experience with Texas country performing artists.
The annual sold-out event features fabulous food stations and open bars by Don Strange of Texas. A heartfelt thanks to those who contribute to the success of the Hearts of Texas and the meaningful impact you make on the lives of teens in our community.
San Antonio Botanical Gardens
Conveniently located minutes from downtown San Antonio, this 38-acre urban oasis offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The Betty Kelso Center and Greehey Lawn
The Betty Kelso Center creates an indoor/outdoor event feel surrounded by windows and huge sliding glass doors that lead out onto a patio overlooking the beautiful Greehey Lawn. On the lawn, a stage will be set for an evening of southwestern red dirt music. Grab a lawn chair and enjoy the music, food, and libations under the gorgeous Texas moon!
Pat Green, Jack Ingram & The Beat Up Ford Band, Delbert McClinton, Shinyribs, Asleep at the Wheel, The Mavericks, Radney Foster, Parker McCollum, Bruce Robison, Kelly Willis, and Joe Ely Reunion Band with renowned session saxophonist Bobby Keys of The Rolling Stones