My Dog Has Fleas will be playing at Southampton’s “Music in The City“. Find us in Guildhall Square at 4 pm on Saturday 7 October 2017.
My Dog Has Fleas will be playing in the bar of the Exbury Club on Saturday 5 August 2017. Times are uncertain, but it is likely there will be two sets, one following prize giving at around 4.00 pm and the other early evening. If you like ukulele bands, come on down to Exbury. Hythe Ukulele Group will also be playing at around 2.00 pm in the field.
Following on from “My Dog”‘s successful gig at the Phoenix Romsey as part of Beggar’s Fair, despite the lack of functioning sound equipment, MDHF will be playing at Exbury Club on Saturday 17 July sharing the bill with Cordelectra. Music will start at about 5.30 pm, with MDHF taking the stage shortly after 6.00 pm. Money raised from the event will go to Cancer Research and the Alzheimer’s Society.
MDHF playing Saturday 24 June 2017 at Netley Marsh Carnival – on stage at about 3.00 pm.
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My Dog Has Fleas will be playing in the bar at the Mortimer Arms, Ower from 7.30 to 9.30 pm on Tuesday 2 May 2017. Put some money in the charity bucket to choose a song from the repertoire. MDHF is collecting for Cancer Research UK.
My Dog Has Fleas will be opening the summer events programme for Romsey Bandstand at 3.00 pm on Sunday 30 April 2017. Click HERE to view the full programme.
My Dog Has Fleas will be performing at the New Forest Ukulele Festival at New Milton on 20 May 2017. MDHF will be taking to the stage at 6.30 pm and performing at least 5 numbers. Entry to the festival is £5.00, see the festival Facebook page for more details.
My Dog Has Fleas will be appearing at the Exbury Club Craft Fair on 29 April 2017. The beer and cider on tap may influence the quality of the performance, but join MDHF and Thudpucker for a fun afternoon and evening at Exbury.
My Dog Has Fleas now have a regular spot playing at the Mortimer Arms, Ower on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Soon they will be piloting their “UKEBOX”! For a small donation to MDHF’s charity of the year, currently Cancer Research UK, you can choose the songs to be performed. In 2016 MDHF raised just over £1000 for cancer research. A spokesman for the group said, “As our drummer sadly died from cancer recently, will will continue to collect for cancer research throughout 2017 in his memory“.