Has your dog been whining a lot about how there aren't enough concerts for dogs in the city? Okay, so your dog whines a lot. It's natural. They need treats and goodies, belly rubs-- a lot. 

But if your dog hasn't been whining about this particular problem, it's just because your dog doesn't know what they're missing. Trust us.

We're kidding. This is definitely an "only in New York City," moment, people. Tonight, there's a concert rocking out in Times Square, and it's for dogs.

The concert is being put on by the Times Square Advertising Coalition, Times Square Arts, and filmmaker Laurie Anderson as part of their monthly Midnight Moment presentation series.

What will the concert entail?

Well, Anderson's film, Heart of a Dog, a film partially dedicated to the 9/11 First Responder dogs, has been adapted, and its adaptation will be blaring from Times Square's bright and flashy billboards through the month of January.

Tonight, Anderson will be on the scene, performing live in a concert that's been curated with the purpose of delighting dogs.


That's right. Even the speakers have been set to decibels most pleasing to dog's ears. If you want to enjoy the music at a human decibel, get there early and snag one of the "silent disco" headphones available on a first-come, first-served basis.

It'll start at 11:30 p.m. at Duffy Square, between 46th and 47th Streets.

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So fight off the Monday and winter blues tonight. Get out of your apartment, and take your dog with you. It's been too long since the two of you have rocked out together, hasn't it?

You might even make some other dog-owner friends. Face it: your dog could you some fun, and so could you. Why not get out to Times Square to seek it?

If you do decide to brave the cold, cold weather, please, please, please make sure your dog is "dressed" warmly. It's going to be incredibly cold. 

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