GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS HOLDER TO SUPPORT EQUINE THERAPY WITH NEBRASKA CONCERT
Musician uses music and personal story about mistakes and planned suicide to support Still Waters Equestrian Academy
Hickman, NE - 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)." Since 2012, his 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.
On Saturday, October 13, 2018, Helmer’s “One-Man Rock & Country Music Show” will make a stop in Hickman, Nebraska at Still Waters Equestrian Academy with a concert to raise money and awareness for the non-profit and PATH Intl. member whose mission is to share God’s gift of horses by welcoming anyone interested in all that horses can offer regardless of age, ability or income. Founded by Char and Arnie Cole who’s work is inspired by the sudden loss of their 23 year old son, Matt, the facility sits on a 40 acre ranch that can accommodate 40 horses and includes 2 indoor and 2 outdoor arenas.
The fun-filled and inspirational day is designed to raise money and awareness for Still Waters’ Morning Star and scholarship programs and will begin at 4 pm with their 4th Annual "NOT SO SPOOKY" Stable Shindig.
Attendees will enjoy trick or treating in Still Waters’ “Not So Spooky Stables,” view decorated stalls and horses, participate in a costume contest and more. Helmer’s concert, which is being sponsored by Cornhusker Bank and goTandem, will follow at 6 pm, is suitable for all ages and find him performing the biggest rock & country music hits. The event is also made possible in partnership with Mourning Hope Grief Center and the LOSS Team of Lincoln and Lancaster County and Sugar Bee Hickman.
Admission to the Stable Shindig and concert are free but donations will be encouraged. Learn more by visiting the event page or by calling Char Cole at 402-432-0543.
Helmer’s current US tour and “One-Man Rock & Country Music Show” consists of over 100 concerts, many of which are fundraisers for the causes he believes in. "My goal is to keep using my music and comeback story to give back and remind others to never give up," says Helmer. Adding, “Equine therapy and Still Waters Equestrian Academy is definitely one of those causes!”
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. Learn more at his website.
Good causes of all types across America that would like to fundraise with a Scott Helmer concert can learn more and register at his booking page.