Tickets to ZooTunes’ 30th anniversary season go on sale to zoo members on Wednesday

by | Apr 24, 2013

Woodland Park Zoo’s popular ZooTunes series is back for its 30th season this summer. Zoo members can buy online beginning at 8 a.m. Wednesday. Members will receive a pre-sale link by email, and can purchase up to eight tickets per show. Non-members can purchase tickets online beginning at 8 a.m. Friday. Tickets also will be available at the zoo’s West and South gates beginning Friday. One child 12 and under per paid ticket is admitted free.

Concerts are held outside on the North Meadow. Concert-goers should bring their own blankets or low-backed folding chairs. Food vendors are onsite, including a beer and wine garden, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Gates open at 5 p.m.; concerts begin at 6 p.m.

BrandiCarlisle2011-RyanHawk-resized

Brandi Carlile’s 2011 ZooTunes’ concert. Photo by Ryan Hawk, Woodland Park Zoo.

Here’s the lineup:

  • June 23: John Prine with Kendel Carson & Dustin Bentall ($32.50)
  • June 30: Old Crow Medicine Show ($32.50)
  • July 7: Huey Lewis and the News: SPORTS 30th Anniversary Tour ($39.50)
  • July 17: John Hiatt & The Combo with Holly Williams ($28)
  • July 24: An Evening with Randy Newman ($28)
  • July 26: LeAnn Rimes ($32.50)
  • July 30 & 31: Indigo Girls with Lindsay Fuller ($28)
  • Aug. 7: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue with JJ Grey & Mofro ($26)
  • Aug. 11: Todd Snider’s Traveling Folk Show featuring: Shawn Mullins, Hayes Carll and Sarah Jarosz ($24)
  • Aug. 15: Loreena McKennitt ($32.50)
  • Aug. 22 & 23: Brandi Carlile ($39.50)

Recent Posts

Illumination Learning Studio offering registration for Fall Toddler Music and Movement sessions

Illumination Learning Studio offering registration for Fall Toddler Music and Movement sessions

July PhinneyWood Housing Market Snapshot

July PhinneyWood Housing Market Snapshot

Local podcasters create Rainbow Hop episode that highlights PhinneyWood’s pride and inclusivity

Local podcasters create Rainbow Hop episode that highlights PhinneyWood’s pride and inclusivity