US charity Oilfield Helping Hands (OHH) has teamed up with a Rockies-focused minerals and assets player to host a benefit concert in Wyoming to aid oilfield services companies in financial strife.
The inaugural WYO Bash benefit concert is being held at David Street Station in Casper on 18 September, and will feature country music band Tris Munsick & The Innocents.
General admission tickets are free, but VIP tickets are $75 and include access to a VIP tent.
Sally Hallingstad, OHH Rocky Mountain chapter president, said: “Come out and join us for awesome live entertainment from Tris Munsick & The Innocents and an opportunity to network with your peers. We want you to enjoy a great night, while helping to raise money for oilfield families in desperate need of financial aid.”
The event will follow all local and state safety guidelines and social distancing will be promoted in accordance with Covid-19 health guidelines, OHH said.
Sponsorships are available to help offset event expenses to allow maximum proceeds to be used to benefit oilfield families in financial crisis.
Established in 2003, Houston-based OHH is a non-profit organisation that helps families that work in the oil and gas sector and are in crisis.