Benefit Aims to Raise Money to Permanently Protect the Hoback Basin in Wyoming
Join us in Jackson, Wyo. Friday, Dec. 21st at a Benefit to Save The Hoback at The Center for the Arts
with musical artists The Deadlocks, Jalan Crossland and Spatial Relations. ALL Proceeds benefit The Trust for Public Land’s urgent campaign to permanently protect the Hoback Basin from oil and gas development. Snake River Brewery commits a $5,000 challenge grant to help the cause.
On Friday, December 21st, The Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole, Wyo. will host a “Benefit to Save the Hoback” presented by CleanSnipe.com
and featuring Cowboy State musical artists The Deadlocks, Jalan Crossland Band, and Spatial Relations. Doors will open at 6 pm, and the show will run from 7 – 11:30 pm. Tickets are available at The Center for the Arts and cost $10 for students, $20 for general admission, and $100 for VIP access.
Learn more: The Deal Save The Hoback at an Event in Jackson Hole, Wyo.