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Piper’s Opera House presents Scott Helmer’s “One-Man Rock & Country Music Show” on November 2
Virginia City, Nev. - Scott Helmer is a musician, speaker, radio talk show host and Guinness World Records title holder for "Most Live Music Performances in 24 Hours (multiple cities)." On Friday, November 2, 2018, Helmer will perform live in concert at the historic Piper’s Opera House in Virginia City, Nevada beginning at 7 PM.
Billed as Scott Helmer’s “One-Man Rock & Country Music Show,” audiences will hear the entertainer perform the biggest rock & country hits in a show suitable for all ages. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for kids under 12 and active duty military and veterans receive free admission with ID. Complete details can be found at the opera house’s website.
Built in the 1880s, Piper’s Opera House attracted famous stars from Europe and the United States and is listed by the League of Historic Theaters. One of the most significant vintage theaters on the West Coast, this stage once welcomed President Grant, Buffalo Bill, Al Jolson and Mark Twain.
Since 2012, Scott Helmer’s special fundraising concerts have helped raise more than $2 Million Dollars for good causes across America ranging from military veterans and their families, first responders, equine and pet rescues, food banks, historic theatres, equine therapy programs, suicide prevention, special needs children and adults, and more.
Helmer has also opened for iconic acts such as Heart, Eddie Money, 3 Doors Down, Jeff Bridges, Eric Burdon & The Animals, Big Country, and more.
Scott Helmer’s entire mission of using his story and music to make a difference was born after making mistakes in his own life, facing time in prison and being seconds away from committing suicide.
In 2008 as the world economy was spiraling out of control, Scott Helmer sat alone in his car on a deserted mountain road in Northern Arizona with a gun in his mouth, ready to take his own life.
In the seconds before pulling the trigger Helmer cried out to God for help and said, "I don’t want to do this. If you help me through this I won’t give up, will deal with the consequences of my actions and use all of this bad stuff to help others and to make a difference so that no one else has to go through what I am going through right now."
Helmer then put the gun down, decided to never give up and took responsibility for his actions. Determined to keep his promise, Helmer then picked up his guitar and began a mission that continues to this day; using his talents and first love of music to give back and spread the message that there is always hope and that suicide is never the answer, regardless of your mistakes. Learn more at his website.