Dogapalooza at the Adelaide Fringe
What’s not to love about a dog-friendly outdoor music festival?
19 Feb 2016 By Josh Thomas Comments
While us humans have Coachella, Splendour in the Grass and many other events to get our dose of live music, our doggy friends have long been denied a musical outlet to wag their tails to.
This is no more however thanks to Dogapalooza, an outdoor mini music festival where literally every man and his dog is welcome. With the reassuring tunes of radios keeping many a furry friend happy during days spent alone, why not treat them to a complete day out where they can see how those mysterious yet soothing sounds are created?
Dogapalooza, presented by SA Dog Rescue and Oscar’s Law, is the first ever music event for our canine chums. It started out in Adelaide and now has a sister event running in Melbourne, yet the best thing about Dogapalooza is the fact that it’s a charity music event with funds raised going to local animal rescue organisations.
Dogapalooza takes place on Sunday March 6 at Orphanage Park in Millswood, Adelaide. Expect to be impressed by an awesome line-up of local musicians (who donate their performance for the day all for the good of charity) and have your taste buds satisfied with a vegan bar-b-q.
If you don’t have a dog still drop by as you might be tempted to adopt a dog on the day or simply part with some cash at the many fundraising stalls.
Tickets for you and your furry friend are $16 for the three-hour long music event sure to dazzle both you and your disco-loving dog.
Before you book your tickets, check out all the dog dancing action from last year’s Dogapalooza ….
19 Feb 2016 By Josh Thomas Commentscomments powered by Disqus