The first wave of BECU ZooTunes announcements was just released. The insanely popular summer concert series kicks off the 2016 season of popular music shows held at Woodland Park Zoo with three blasts from the past… UB40 is first out of the gate on July 21st, followed by the pretty much annual visit by The B-52s (with English Beat!!) on July 24th, and the return of funny parody artist “Weird Al” Yankovic on July 26 & 27.
What you need to know on how to snag those tickets!
BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru returns with another exciting summer of concerts. This year, the zoo is sharing the lineup with a series of announcements. To kick-off the season, the 2016 lineup will include:
Additional ZooTunes concerts will be announced soon. The popular concerts are held outdoors on the vast, picturesque North Meadow of Woodland Park Zoo.
BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru is a major source of revenue for the zoo’s mission. Proceeds from ZooTunes support the zoo’s exemplary animal care, engaging education programs and wildlife conservation projects in the Pacific Northwest and around the world.
Additional sponsorship support for BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru is provided by The Stranger.
After February 26, tickets for the announced shows will be available for purchase at Woodland Park Zoo gates during zoo hours. Ticket prices at all outlets include a $2 facility fee to fund maintenance of the zoo’s concert facilities. One child 12 and under per paid ticket is admitted free. Each free child will require a voucher for admission, which can be printed online with purchased tickets or picked up at purchase locations. ZooTunes concert-goers can purchase up to eight general admission tickets per show.
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Accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, award-winning Woodland Park Zoo is famed for pioneering naturalistic exhibits and setting international standards for zoos in animal care, conservation and education programs. Woodland Park Zoo also is helping to save endangered animal species and their habitats in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. By inspiring people to learn, care and act, Woodland Park Zoo is making a difference in our planet’s future. For more information, visit www.zoo.org.