Various musicians set to appear at concert for Best Friends Animal Society

Streaming on May 6 at 7 p.m. CT

LOS ANGELES, California – Streaming on May 6 starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, various musicians will appear “Songs to Save Them All: A Benefit Concert for Homeless Pets,” a three-hour benefit concert for Best Friends Animal Society.

Along with country music legend Emmylou Harris, several other recording artists are expected to perform, including Aunty Social, Baker Grace, Brandon Jenner, Canyon City, Chappell Roan, Davis John Patton, Dylan Dunlap, Geographer, Joshua Radin, Laura Jean Anderson, Munn, Pryor & Lee, Sammy Rae, SYML, The Joy Formidable, Tim Atlas, Two Feet, Victoria Anthony, WILD, Wild Rivers, WOLF and Wrabel.

Celebrities including Amanda Seyfried, Alison Pill, Brittany Snow, Holly Taylor, Kat Dennings, Tricia Helfer, author W. Bruce Cameron, TikTok influencer Caitlyn Cohen and others will also be present to support the cause.

“Music is a universal language and brings so much joy to the world,” said Julie Castle, chief executive officer at Best Friends Animal Society. “This concert will celebrate how music and our love of animals unite us and show how we can all come together to support each other, our communities and homeless pets.”

The event is free and will livestream on Tiltify, Twitch, YouTube and Facebook, as well as at Donations to Best Friends Animal Society will also be accepted through Tiltify to support making America no-kill by 2025.

All proceeds will support Best Friends’ work across the country, including lifesaving collaboration with thousands of shelters and animal welfare groups. There will also be a spotlight on the organization’s recent No-Kill Los Angeles initiative achievement, which reached a 90.49% save rate in the City of Los Angeles for 2020.

“Everyone at Best Friends sends our gratitude to the musicians, singers, and songwriters who are sharing their time and talent for this awesome event,” Castle said. “We hope animal lovers everywhere will tune in, enjoy the music, and learn more about how everyone can make a different for homeless pets.”

About Best Friends Animal Society

The organization, Best Friends Animal Society, aims to end the killing of dogs and cats in America’s shelters by 2025. Best Friends, founded in 1984, is a pioneer in the no-kill movement. It has helped reduce the amount of animals killed in shelters from an estimated 17 million annually to around 625,000. All across the country, Best Friends runs lifesaving programs, as well as the nation’s largest no-kill animal sanctuary. They work together with a network of more than 3,200 animal welfare and shelter partners and community members nationwide. Best Friends is working to Save Them All®. Visit for more information.