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It's all song and dance this summer at the Zoo


Come join the fun with Zoolapalooza and Animals and All That Jazz!



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Zoolapalooza
July 2013

There will be more than birds singing this summer at the Indianapolis Zoo. That's because the Zoo's two annual concert series, Zoolapalooza and Animals and All That Jazz, are back to offer music, food and fun for family members of all ages.

Start the weekend off right with entertainment from some of the area's top musical acts during Zoolapalooza presented by Firestone Building Products and Firestone Industrial Products. Now in its third year, this musical experience will have guests rockin' the night away for five consecutive Friday nights from June 21 to July 19.

As the summer heats up, guests can keep it cool with Animals and All That Jazz presented by Indiana Members Credit Union. Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, this great summer series will showcase distinctive artists, acts and musical stylings. This series, sponsored by Macy's, kicks off July 11 and continues every Thursday through August 15.

Both concert series have a new location inside the Zoo's Party Pavilion. The music lasts from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., with animals and a free featured ride for Zoo members available until 7 p.m. With plenty of animal exhibits nearby, as well as the Kroger Splash Park, guests can enjoy the full Zoo experience without missing a beat.

In addition to regular Zoo fare and drink specials, each concert features specialty food options. With themed offerings ranging from luau lettuce wraps, "zoo-liders" and fluffernutters, the menu has a taste to tempt everyone. Plus, adults can also enjoy sampling each night from Sun King Brewery.

Concerts are included with regular Zoo admission and free to Zoo members. Guests can also visit www.indianapoliszoo.com or follow the Zoo on Facebook and Twitter for complete concert lineups and special offers.


Tags: In This Issue, Kids, Local

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