This concert is going to the dogs.
A free music performance for canine fans, put on by experimental artist and musician Laurie Anderson, is set to kick off in Times Square late Monday night. It'll use low-decibel speakers that only dogs can hear — meaning that human attendees who want to participate will have to wear "silent disco" headphones handed out at the show.
The concert will honor K9 first reponders from NYPD, MTA, and other city agencies — as well as their human handlers.
It begins at 11 p.m. in Duffy Square at Broadway and 46th Street and runs until midnight — and in the final three minutes of the show, Anderson will screen a clip from her Academy-Award nominated documentary, Heart of a Dog, on dozens of sychronized Times Square billboards.
The film — which focuses on her reflections on the deaths of her husband, mother, and dog — will show on the billboards every night in the last three minutes before midnight starting New Year's Eve through the end of January, organizers said.
The show is being put on in partnership with Midnight Moment, a monthly performance organized by The Times Square Advertising coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts.