Clint Black No Longer Performing At The Horseshoe! Checkout His Replacement
Country artist Clint Black was set to perform at the Midland County Horseshoe on June 7th as part of the Shale Energy Conference with the concert benefitting Oilfield Helping Hands.
I know many of you were looking forward to seeing the 90s country hitmaker but due to advice from his doctors, Clint Black has to undergo a surgical procedure on his back which will leave him unable to perform at the Horseshoe.
But have no fear, another 90s country hitmaker is set to take his place. A Texas boy we all know well. Country music star Clay Walker has been scheduled to replace Clint Black for the event. Opening up for Clay Walker will be Cody Hibbard.
General Admission tickets will be $35. VIP tickets are available and are $200. VIP tickets include:
Backstage Club Parking, exclusive viewing area to the right of the stage - access to Backstage Club (shorter bar lines and private restrooms). Plus dinner & drinks are included.
Get your tickets HERE!
About Oilfield Helping Hands:
Oilfield Helping Hands is a nonprofit charitable organization comprised of volunteers devoted to providing financial assistance to oilfield workers in financial crisis through no fault of their own. To be successful, OHH must focus on the needs of our recipients. We will continually work in the most economical fashion to maximize the number of monies available for distribution to our recipients each year. OHH
Clay Walker released his self-titled debut album in 1993, which earned him three consecutive number-one hits. Clay has now earned five number-one hits and was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2015.