Saturday, November 23
Dosey Doe Music Barn
Doors open at 6pm



Guests will hear firsthand accounts from musicians who are directly involved with orphan care.  Some are foster or adoptive parents.  Some were raised as a foster child.  While their stories are different and unique, they are part of a bigger story.  Come experience their music and see how this story has impacted each of them.


In addition to hearing the testaments of orphan care, you will be able to see the work of The Orphan Care Network, our plan for moving forward, and our results in Houston and beyond.  Meet others who share a similar heart and connect with families, organizations, and agencies who are rallying around one another for a greater cause.


Discover what your role may be in this larger story.  There is an invitation for all to join in something that is bigger than ourselves.  Each of us has a role in this story and we hope that you will consider what yours may be.


Who is this concert for?

This is an evening for anyone who loves great music, anyone who is currently involved in orphan care, or anyone who wants to hear more about the work of The Orphan Care Network.

Who is performing?

  • Robbie Seay
  • Aaron Hale
  • David Gentiles
  • Kyle Hutton
  • Scott Brown
  • more artists to be announced…

Will food be served?

Dosey Doe is known for 3 things:  being an incredible music venue, crazy-good coffee, and fantastic food.  We’ll be serving up all three on Saturday, November 23.  Guests will be able to choose from items on a custom menu for Foster The Story.

How do I buy tickets?

We’ve made this process easy for you.  Just click on the TICKETS menu up top and choose your support level.


We’ve created table packages of 4 tickets, couples packages, and you can always buy individual seats.


This is our major fundraiser as we raise operating and ministry funds for The Orphan Care Network.

Dosey what? | Venue Information

The Dosey Doe Big Music Barn:

This 165 year old historical structure has been saved for its current purpose.  Originally built as a tobacco barn in Kentucky, the 300-600 year old growth oak & birch massive beams are the foundation not only for a beautiful room but also for the great acoustics.  It is a place where memories are made.  No need to run from restaurant to music hall as here you have it all.


The address is:
25911 I-45 North
The Woodlands, Texas 77380