This Is What A Concert For Dogs Sounds Like

Experimental artist Laurie Anderson put on a show for dogs and their owners in New York City, and it was all kinds of wonderful.

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This is how pups rock out. Via Times square Arts/Twitter

Finally, a live music event wherein dogs are allowed to attend!

Artist Laurie Anderson put on a concert for dogs and their owners in New York City’s Times Square last night, The Guardian reports.

The show was put on to promote her first feature-length film, “Heart of a Dog,” which focuses on the life of her late Rat Terrier, Lolabelle. The film is reportedly already generating some Oscar buzz for Best Documentary.

With her tape-bow violin in hand — an instrument she is said to have invented in the 1970s, NBD — Anderson played her set on a low frequency volume for the pups in her audience to enjoy. Human attendees were given headphones, so they could hear everything as clearly as their canine counterparts.

Anderson was very pleased with the turnout, telling The Guardian, “Oh, it was lovely. There was so many types of dogs, I really hadn’t imagined that many would show up. I was really impressed.”

Hopefully this inspires more artists to do the same, because live music is an experience that all walks of life can enjoy, and should enjoy together.

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