Musician and Guinness World Records Holder Extends Marathon Concert Tour to Help Fundraise for Cause He Believes in Most
Phoenix, Ariz. - Armed with a portable stage, lights and sound for crowds up to 500 people, Scott Helmer's "One-Man Rock & Country Music Show" is bringing the concert to them and giving equine-assisted therapy organizations of all sizes across America the opportunity to raise money and awareness for their important work with one of his fun and exciting concerts right at their own facility (photos). Originally planned to end on December 31, 2019, Helmer’s concert tour will now run through December 31, 2020, and his team have already begun booking new dates.
“We’ve had such an incredible response that I’ve decided to extend my tour for another year so that many more equine-assisted therapy programs across the US can participate,” says Helmer.
See what people are saying about Scott Helmer’s “One-Man Rock & Country Music Show” at his Testimonials page.
Available dates and routing are first come first served and space is limited. Equine-assisted activity and therapy programs and organizations that would like to fundraise for their cause in 2020 alongside Scott Helmer’s "One-Man Rock & Country Music Show," which is suitable for all ages, can learn more and register at his EQUINE THERAPY FUNDRAISER BOOKING REQUEST page.
Since 2012 Scott Helmer’s special fundraising concerts have helped raise more than $2 Million for good causes across America ranging from military veterans and their families, equine-assisted therapy, suicide prevention, first responders, pet and animal rescues, food banks, historic places, special needs children and adults, and more. Helmer has also opened for artists like Heart, Eddie Money, 3 Doors Down, Jeff Bridges, Big Country and Eric Burdon & The Animals.
As an added bonus for 2020 the singer, songwriter, musician, talk radio host and Guinness World Records holder for "Most Live Music Performances in 24 Hours (multiple cities),” together with support from Godin Guitars and Seagull Guitars will be donating one of his brand new guitars used during the show so that it can be raffled or auctioned off at the end of night and used as an additional fundraising tool for the benefiting cause.
“I’m going to give a guitar away at every concert next year to really help supercharge fundraising totals,” says Helmer.
Scott Helmer's entire mission of using his music and comeback story to make a difference was born after making mistakes in his own life and being one second away from committing suicide. Learn more at his website.
Upcoming Scott Helmer concerts to benefit equine-assisted activity and therapy organizations in 2019 include:
Agape Acres (Marana, AZ) on March 23
Walk in My Shoes Therapeutic Riding (Smithfield, NC) on March 30
New Freedom Farm (Buchanan, VA) on April 6
Miles of Smiles Therapeutic Horsemanship (Garden City, KS) on May 4
Back Bay Therapeutic Riding Club (Newport Beach, CA) on May 19
Eagle’s Nest Ranch (Elizabeth, CO) on June 30
Baraboo River Equine-Assisted Therapies (Baraboo, WI) on July 6
Lee-Mar Ranch Equine Center (Granite Falls, MN) on July 20
Victory Riding Academy at Defiance Harley-Davidson (Omaha, NE) on August 10
Trinity Reins Ranch at Redhorse Reining Stables (Montgomery, TX) on September 21
Dayspring Therapeutic Equestrian Center (Marshall, TX) on September 28
S.A.D.L.E.S. Ranch (Umatilla, FL) on October 5
Pal-O-Mine Equestrian (Islandia, NY) on October 13
Horse SenseAbility (Sherborn, MA) on October 19