Neüterhead is heavy metal fundraiser and concert for animal rescue groups


Neüterhead is a non profit organization that uses Rock ‘N’ Roll to raise funds to assist animal rescue groups with the costs of spaying and neutering companion animals.

NeuterheadNow in its 4th year, Neüterhead Ace of Spays aims to prevent future generations of unwanted cats and dogs from ending up on the street or in shelters. Funds are raised through the sale of merch and through bands that have generously volunteered their time and energy. Their upcoming fundraiser/concert promises a pretty epic line-up of rock n’ roll, including:

• AC?DC?AF: ACDC cover band, featuring members for 3 Inches of Blood and Baptist.

Neütered by Force: Scorpions cover band, featuring members of 3 Inches of Blood and Bison.

September Sangria: April Wine cover band, featuring members of S.T.R.E.E.T.S, Pride Tiger and Shocore.

Glad Rags will also be performing a RAMONES cover set.

Photo: Neuterhead Facebook

Throughout the year, Neüterhead helps fund animal rescue groups that are volunteer run, non-profit, and have a no-kill policy. The groups they support are dedicated to finding homes for surrendered or found pets, are ambassadors for proper animal care in their communities, and are involved in TNR (trap, neuter, release) programs to help control the feral animal population.

According to Neüterhead , these groups put pets before profit, taking care of medical expenses no matter what the cost, and feeding them only healthy food. To date, Neüterhead has raised over $13,500 for local animal rescue organizations.


Where: Rickshaw Theatre (254 E Hastings St)
When: February 2, 2018 at 7:00pm

Photo: Neuterhead Facebook

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