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Friday, May 21, 2010

Music For Dogs: 5 for Fido Tonight at Mountain's Edge

Five local bands team up to play for dog causes.

Posted By on Fri, May 21, 2010 at 5:37 PM

This isn't music for dogs necessarily, but rather music that benefits dogs. The 5 for Fido event features a hand's worth of local bands playing music to raise money for the Lost Dogs film project and the Central Oregon Human Society.

The lineup for the 21-and-over show at Mountain's Edge Bar includes a wildly eclectic lineup that features some familiar names like Leif James, Boxcar String Band, Sofa Kings, Still Fear and Exfixia.

Tickets are $5 (keeping with the five theme) and the show kicks off at 7pm. 

Again, this event is in part a fundraiser for Lost Dogs, a film project spearheaded by Bend's own Vanessa Shulz, that takes a look at street dogs in Chile. We are profiling her in our upcoming Canine Issue, along with plenty of other dog-centric stories -- including a new advice column in which an actual dog answers your questions.

Take a look at a trailer from the film here:

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