Dallas Zoo holds Safari Nights

July 18, 2013 by  

The Dallas Zoo has introduced Safari Nights which will be held each Saturday evening throughout the summer until the end of August.

Each week a different band will perform for the crowd, which includes tribute bands. The initiative is ideal for families who like to take along picnics and blankets to sit on and enjoy some music.

The zoo, which is the largest in Texas, has marked the field between the cougars and the owls for the entertainment, which takes place between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm. Dallas Zoo permits people to take along their own food and drink, and also advises that blankets or chairs are brought along for maximum comfort as there are only a few benches and picnic tables available. Although the zoo charges the regular price for entry, this permits free admission to the Saturday night concerts. One of the recent shows featured a Rolling Stones tribute band, which had children dancing along to some of the more popular hits. One resident of Dallas intends to return again to the zoo for the concerts, having already attended two evenings. Andy Malone spoke of the enjoyment of his family when they went to see Hard Day’s Night, a tribute to The Beatles. According to Malone, the whole crowd was smiling.

Poster printing services may have been useful for the promotion of the summer entertainment, with a local print company providing banners and other promotional materials. Attendees at the summer concerts will be mixing with friends, families, couples on dates and kids, as well as various animals.

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