GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX)- The largest dog-friendly music festival in the region is one of the biggest fundraisers for Roice-Hurst. All proceeds go to help the non-profit perform the care and advocacy for dogs and cats in Mesa County.
This concert extravaganza will happen August 14 , rain or shine, at Las Colonias Ampitheater.
“By coming to Wüffstock, you know you’re supporting a great cause and it’s just a great day,” Roice-Hurst Humane Society’s Sandy Higgins expresses, “We know it’s gonna be warm and sunny and it’s a great time to sit out in the sun enjoy the grand valley weather and some really great local music.”
Tickets cost $20 for adults 18 and over, $10 for teenagers. Kids 12 and under and well-behaved, leashed dogs are free.
VIP Tickets $65 includes reserved parking, early entrance, reserved seating, drinks in the VIP tent, a Wüffstock poster signed by the bands and a limited edition Wüffstock 2021 t-shirt. Members of the humane society share the goal of at least 800 tickets sold but also a hope to sell one thousand.
A selection of dogs at Wüffstock will be adoption ready.