Monday, April 23, 2012

See concerts. Save animals.

Posted by: Rebecca Whitham, Communications


4/27 UPDATE: If you are having trouble getting www.zoo.org to load, you can buy your tickets directly at this link


BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru returns for its 29th season and another exciting line-up! The popular concerts are held outdoors on the vast, picturesque North Meadow of Woodland Park Zoo. The new season kicks off June 27: 


June 27 - Leo Kottke / Jake Shimabukuro ($24) 
July 3 - k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang ($38) 
July 18 - Grace Potter & The Nocturnals ($22) 
July 19 - Ziggy Marley ($28) 
Aug 1 - Los Lobos / Steve Earle and the Dukes ($28)
Aug 5 - The Johnny Clegg Band / Ladysmith Black Mambazo ($28)
Aug 12 - An Evening With Melissa Etheridge ($39.50)
Aug 15 & 16 - An Evening With Pink Martini ($34) 
Aug 22 - Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue / Robert Randolph & the Family Band ($26) 
Aug 29 - Rosanne Cash / Madeleine Peyroux ($26)


BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru is a major source of revenue for the zoo’s mission. Proceeds from ZooTunes support the zoo’s quality animal care, engaging education programs and wildlife conservation. Additional sponsorship support for BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru is provided by: KMTT 103.7 The Mountain and The Seattle Times.

Tickets go on sale beginning April 27 at 8:00 a.m. online at www.zoo.org/zootunes, with a limited number of tickets available at zoo entrances during operating hours.

Which shows are you excited about? We hope to see you on the North Meadow this summer!

10 comments:

  1. Are member ticket purchases going to be made available online before tickets are made public?

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  2. Becky -- An email went out this morning to members with the exclusive link to pre-sale tickets. If you did not receive that email, email me at webkeeper@zoo.org and I'll make sure it gets forwarded to you.

    - Rebecca Whitham, Digital Communications Manager

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  3. At what age do kids need there own ticket for the zootunes concerts?

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    1. I just read that one child under 12 years of age will be admitted free with an adult paid ticket. The exception is reserved seating, where you have to purchase a ticket for all children and adults.

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    2. One child 12 and under is free with each paid adult ticket. So if you have two adults, you can bring in two children 12 and under free with you. But if you are one adult and two children, only one of those kids is free with your adult ticket, and the other kid will need to have their own purchased ticket. Hope that makes sense! It can get a bit complicated, but we're here to help!

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  5. Yes, zoo.org is having a meltdown. So sorry for the headache. Luckily, you can buy your tickets directly at this link: https://v3.interactiveticketing.com/tickets/t341_2012_zoo_tunes_beerwine_tasting_seaso_12021362c4/tickets1.php

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  6. Is there an opening act for Grace Potter or does she actually come on at 6pm?

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    1. There will be an opening act for Grace Potter, but we haven't finalized who that act will be just yet.

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