Nashville Zoo's Biggest Brew is One Week Away
Last call for all species of beer lovers to get tickets to Nashville Zoo's annual, adults-only event Brew at the Zoo, presented by Middle Tennessee Honda Dealers next Friday, June 2 from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Animals, live entertainment and plenty of boozy beverage samples are all on tap for the Zoo's biggest brew ever.
Guests will have the opportunity to walk Zoo pathways while sampling beers, wines, ciders, seltzers and hard soda from more than 60 of Nashville's favorite beverage purveyors. Live music from dynamic country duo The Dryes and a feel-good brand of country music from Johnny Dailey will be scattered along Zoo pathways as guests sip and stroll through the event. Guests will also have free rides on the Carousel and access to DinoTrek After Dark where they can walk on a hidden path and encounter more than 20 Jurassic beasts. Several of the Zoo’s animal habitats including tiger, bear and flamingo will be open until sundown with zookeepers available to answer guests’ questions. Food will also be available for purchase from several of Nashville's hottest food trucks.
General Admission tickets to Brew at the Zoo are $85 for a 7:30 pm entry time. Conservation Champion tickets are $105 for a 6:30 pm early entry time which includes a bonus animal encounter, zookeeper chat, signature drink and access to the Conservation Lounge, sponsored by Frugal MacDoogal. Today is the last chance for Zoo members to receive a $5 discount on all tickets.
A limited number of designated driver General Admission tickets are also available for $45 and Conservation Champion designated driver tickets are available for $65. Brew at the Zoo is presented by Middle Tennessee Honda Dealers and supported by Ajax Turner, Frugal MacDoogal, Big Machine Music City Grand Prix, Twice Daily and Rhizome Productions. Please note that this event is for adults ages 21 and over.
For more information and to buy tickets, visit www.nashvillezoo.org/brew.
About Nashville Zoo
Nashville Zoo is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, exemplifying the highest standards of animal care and husbandry. Nashville Zoo is actively engaged in conservation research, habitat protection, breeding programs, and education initiatives in our backyard as well as around the world. With support from the Nashville community, donors, and sponsors, the Zoo is ranked the number one tourist attraction in Middle Tennessee and welcomes more than one million guests annually. Nashville Zoo is located at 3777 Nolensville Pike just six miles south of downtown. For more information about Nashville Zoo, visit nashvillezoo.org.