Country artist Niko Moon knows how to have a good time. Heck, one of his biggest hits ‘Good Time’ literally has the lyrics, “We just tryna catch a good time. Even if it takes all night,” within it.

But, in the case of the party Niko threw earlier this month on May 23rd at Soho House in Nashville, TN, it only took a few moments before everyone in attendance was having a good time, and that positive good feeling lasted throughout the night.

On May 23rd, Niko and his non-profit The Happy Cowboy Foundation put on a special event to not only celebrate the funds raised over the prior months to help people struggling with mental health get the therapy they need cost-free, but to help conclude National Mental Health Awareness Month in the best way possible.

Bringing together local vendors, celebrity friends and partners, Niko and his team transformed Soho House’s upstairs ‘Sock Room’ into a dazzling atmosphere that has never been done at the prestigious house since its formation a couple years ago.

Put together by the creative minds of Niko’s wife Anna Moon and her team consisting of Serena Girardi and Dr. Judith Warden Fields, vendors such as Pure Joy Nash, Rose Co. by Jennica Rose, Picture This Nash, The Boulevard, Tiffany Renick Permanent Jewelry, Adam the Kid: Kustom Thrills Riverside and more joined together to make guests feel as if they were entering a whole different mindset as they walked the yellow carpet into the event room.

And if giant balloon displays, candles, flashing lights, a tattoo booth and yellow carpets wasn’t enough, the event also included a special silent auction that included exclusive items donated by To Write Love on Her Arms, Niko Moon himself, Daniel Diamond, Chris Coleman Art, Grand Ole Opry, Hany Mukhtar, Tennessee Grasslands Golf and Country Club, Nashville SC and others that raised thousands more for the Happy Cowboy Foundation throughout the evening.

But wait, there was still MORE at this star studded event!

Niko wasn’t the only big name in attendance. Actor Martin Kove and Steve Cardenas, country artist Jon Pardi and his wife Summer Pardi, NSYNC’s Chris Kirkpatrick, reality stars Jason Tartick and Carly Waddell, former NHL player Cody Bass, TikTok star Dani Rose, the X-Factor’s Emblem3, American Idol’s Harper Grace and Trevor Holmes, Alabama college football star Mac Hereford and Australian chart-toppers Sheppard, also dropped by to lend their support to Niko and the foundation.

And keeping with the theme of helping those with various addictions to get past their struggles, the event consisted of a special menu that included themed non-alcoholic beverages and the launch of Niko’s new healthy water beverage, Happy Himalayan Premium Artesian Water.

Recently announcing he is working on an investigative documentary entitled ‘Dirty Water’ with collaborators DirecTV,  Michael Fishman and Michael Johnson of Mclusive Media, Good Time Touring, Quinton Kelley, Zack Teperman / ZTPR and Alex Ayala, the event brought focus on why Niko’s new water is just so important for everyone’s mindset and health. The beverage infuses pink himalayan sea salt into artesian water and Niko announced at the event that some proceeds from all sales moving forward will be donated directly back to The Happy Cowboy Foundation… so that with every sip, people are actually helping to save lives!

Music, water, a good cause and an atmosphere filled with positive individuals who just want to make the world a better place and help create ‘better days’ ahead, is simply just something special and unique that needs to occur more across our nation.

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