This year we’ve add a musical twist to Paw Palooza that will get your furry friends in the groove. Hyannis Sound and Cape Harmony will be performing at 11:30 both days of the festival with mini concerts to follow as a tribute to fallen Yarmouth Police Sergeant Sean Gannon. Get excited as performers from Hyannis Sound and Cape Harmony will be at theultimate festival for dogs (and their humans)!
Joining us to kick off the first day of Paw Palooza, Saturday July 15, Cape Harmony. Based out of Hyannis, Cape Harmony was founded in 2006 as an all female acapella group. Made up of ten girls from across the country who spend their summers living on the Cape and performing a wide array of cover songs, Cape Harmony performs weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
Hyannis Sound, founded in 1994, is an acapella arrangement of ten male singers who perform all over the Cape. The young men strive to not only gain experience for themselves, but to also influence the younger generations of performers. Hyannis Sound has recorded 12 albums to date as well as performed at Fenway Park. Hyannis Sound will be in attendance on the second day of the festival, Sunday July 15.
Both acapella groups have been kind enough to donate their time and talent to Paw Palooza. Singing the National Anthem both Saturday and Sunday, with pop-up performances around the festival, Hyannis Sound and Cape Harmony will be collecting donations in honor of Sergeant Sean Gannon. All proceeds will be donated to the Sean Gannon Memorial Foundation.