Dosey Doe Big Barn set for June reopening

The Dosey Doe Big Barn will host its first performance in nearly three months June 4. (Courtesy Eric Burns)
The Dosey Doe Big Barn will host its first performance in nearly three months June 4. (Courtesy Eric Burns)

The Dosey Doe Big Barn will host its first performance in nearly three months June 4. (Courtesy Eric Burns)

Dosey Doe announced May 18 that its Big Barn venue in The Woodlands will reopen for live music, dining and drinks early next month.

The Big Barn, located at 25911 I-45 N., is set to host an evening performance from country singer and Conroe native Tyler McCollum on June 4 following a nearly three-month closure. The venue will also be limited to 50% capacity in line with Gov. Greg Abbott's occupancy requirements for restaurants under the state's second economic reopening phase. Dosey Doe said the Big Barn would follow guidelines from Abbott and the Texas Restaurant Association related to COVID-19 when it resumes operations in June.


According to Dosey Doe, live performances from Texas artists will be held on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through June alongside full service from the Big Barn's restaurant and bar. Scheduled artists include the Hill Country Band, Josh Grider, Derek Spence, Bri Bagwell, Mike Zito, and Caleb & the Home Grown Tomatoes.

For more information on Dosey Doe's Big Barn music lineup and its coffeeshop or breakfast eatery in The Woodlands, visit www.doseydoe.com.
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2019 as a reporter for The Woodlands area and began working as Austin's City Hall reporter in April 2021.