Amanda Shaw supports St. Charles Parish’s Hurricane Ida recovery with Bayou Relief Tour concert

Published 4:40 pm Tuesday, November 16, 2021

HAHNVILLE – In response to the devastating impact of Hurricane Ida, singer and fiddler Amanda Shaw announced a special event series stopping in St. Charles Parish featuring essential recovery resources provided by community partners and disaster relief specialists to support some of the most devastated areas in the Bayou Region and surrounding parishes.

Shaw’s St. Charles Parish stop will take place at the West Bank Bridge Park on Sunday, November 21, from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Bayou Relief is a free event series designed to aid underserved areas with valuable resources needed to rebuild and recover while also offering overwhelmed communities a taste of Louisiana culture by providing live music by Amanda Shaw & the Cute Guys, complimentary food and much more. The event series was launched in October with localized access to industry professionals that will share key tools needed to rebuild stronger. Community advocates and reputable local businesses, including ATA Loss Consulting, Millennium Construction, Hometown Restoration and others will provide the critical support and resources to assist communities with insurance claims, business interruptions and personalized guidance.

In addition to storm recovery resources, Children’s Hospital of New Orleans will also be on-site to arm young people with proven strategies and coping mechanisms to manage anxiety related to recovery from a storm.

Additional information regarding the Bayou Relief Tour can be found at

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