On December 4th a relaunched night club in NYC will be the place to be for friends of Fidos and felines as two pioneers of the 70s punk scene host a holiday happening to help animals who have been affected by hurricane Sandy.
Compassionate counter culturists Tish and Snooky of Manic Panic invite music and animal lovers to an evening on song and style in a show of support for Frankie’s Friends, a non-profit which provides funding grants for the emergency and specialty care of pets in need.
Ticket holders will have the chance to bid on items (like an autographed guitar from Joan Jett, dog collars signed by Betty White, dog apparel from NBC’s Jill Rappaport and autographed autobiographies from Heart’s Ann and Nancy Wilson) in silent and live auctions, cheer for couture-clad canines during a pet fashion show, and tape their feet to the beat of tunes performed by headliners Emmylou Harris and Steve Earle, along with Blue Coupe, Joe Hurley, Eddie Brill, Michael Musto, Murray Weinstock and many more.
Admission: standing room tickets: $65; table tickets $100
When: December 4, 2012 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Where: The Cutting Room in New York City
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