Oregon Space Trail of Doom to Headline a Rainforest Benefit on Nov. 29 at the Happy Dog

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CIDNEY BUNDON
  • Cidney Bundon
Local indie rockers Oregon Space Trail of Doom have announced they'll host a special benefit concert on Friday, Nov. 29, at the Happy Dog.

All ticket sales will be donated to Rainforest Trust.



The show will begin at 9 p.m. with an hour-long jazz set by Oregon Space Trail of Jazz, an Oregon Space Trail of Doom spinoff. DJ Broken Keys will then spin from 10 to 11 p.m. Oregon Space Trail of Doom will close the night out.

The event will also feature pop-ups from vendors such as the Time Change Generator, Cleveland Print Company and Akron Recording Company. Evening Son will provide the live visuals/projections.



In addition, Oregon Space Trail of Jazz will release its second EP, Our Daily Bread, on Thanksgiving. The EP will feature three original songs.

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