First Annual 'Dog Days of Summer Bluegrass Festival' in Denver

Article Contributed by BeeJeeCo. | Published on Monday, August 3, 2015

On Sunday August 30, BeeJeeCo. Events is throwing an end of summer celebration at Denver’s favorite dog friendly bar – The Watering Bowl – at 5411 Leetsdale Dr. In Denver, CO. The Watering Bowl has a great indoor concert space including 3 bars and a 7800 square foot dog friendly patio. Dog Days of Summer Bluegrass Festival is an all-day affair focusing on the celebration of music, art, the local community, and most importantly our four-legged friends.

In addition to a full day of music headlined by an All-Star group featuring members of one of Denver’s favorite bluegrass bands, The Infamous Stringdusters, the event will also include live art, crafts, vendors, and a raffle event which will help proceed the Denver Dumb Friends League. Denver Dumb Friends League is the largest independent, nonprofit community-based animal shelter/humane society in the Rocky Mountain region, caring annually for as many as 24,000 lost and relinquished pets. From its pet shelters in Denver and Castle Rock, the organization provides lost and found services; foster and veterinary care for pets that are too young for adoption or are ill or injured; in-house training and socialization programs for cats, dogs, and rabbits; pet adoptions; humane education; and animal cruelty investigations in 41 counties.

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