Andy Griggs, Billy Dean, Jamie O’Neal and Trick Pony Play Colorado Flood Benefit

Colorado Country–Nashville Rises benefit concert will be held in Loveland, Colo.

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People everywhere were stunned as a large portion of Colorado was devastated by floods last month, and now several country stars are stepping up to help the victims.

Andy Griggs, Billy Dean, Jamie O’Neal and the recently reunited Trick Pony (Keith Burns, Ira Dean and Heidi Newfield) will lend their talents to the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Colorado Country–Nashville Rises benefit concert to assist the Colorado flood victims, on Oct. 17 in Loveland, Colo.

The event will be held at the Budweiser Events Center, and in addition to an amazing night of music, which will also include several local acts, many of those who were affected by the flooding will recall their experiences in a moment of healing.

Nearly 5,000 homes were destroyed by the flood, which occurred when up to 17 inches of rain fell on 17 counties in Colorado. 

Tickets are available through budweisereventscenter.com, with all proceeds going to the Colorado Flood Foundation.

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