LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The band played on for an area non-profit Friday night.
It was the 4th annual Woofstock event benefitting Natalie's Second Chance animal shelter in Lafayette. Last year's benefit concert drew about 120 people and raised $3,800 for the shelter.
Director Natalie Moore hopes to do the same this year.
"Oh, this is the big one. This is the one that can help us continue to go on until at least the end of winter. It kind of helps us," says Moore.
In addition to two bands, there was free food, drinks, a raffle and a scavenger hunt around the theater for prizes.
Moore hoped to rock the Lafayette Theater from about 8 p.m. until midnight.
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