Special concerts at the zoo scheduled

July 24, 2018 by  

There are two special events planned at the St. Louis Zoo soon.

The ‘Sippin’ Safaris’ feature live music, and over 65 beers and wines from local microbreweries to be sampled. The events, which are limited to those over 21, are part of the series of summer concerts known as ‘Jammin’ at the Zoo’. Proceeds from both evenings go to benefit the zoo’s work to save endangered species throughout the world.

The two events will be held no matter what the weather is like, and beer and wine sampling is included in the price of admission, as long as supplies last. Visitors can also purchase glasses of wine, or bottles if they prefer; along with beer, specialty drinks, and sodas. Food trucks will be on hand, and hungry party goers can also eat at one of the zoo’s own venues. They can bring their own snacks if they like, but not alcohol.

During the events, visitors can ride the Mary Ann Lee Conservation Carousel, or visit sharks and stingrays at Stingrays at Caribbean Cove; both are free.

The first ‘Sippin’ Safari’ will take place tomorrow, July 25, with the tasting scheduled from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Live music on the date will be provided by Musicology and Dr. Zhivegas. The second safari is set for August 22, with music by Johnny Henry and Dirty Muggs.

Organizers of events like this can use poster printing to call attention to the occasion.

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