Music soothes…(gulp) we hope.
From their release:
Tuesday, July 8, 6 p.m., and Tuesday, July 22, 6 p.m.
The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) presents a rare opportunity to visit the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens after hours at two evenings of “Music in the Zoo” under the stars, including Latin and Jazz Night on Tuesday, July 8, 6 to 9 p.m. and World Music Night on Tuesday, July 22, 2008, 6 to 9 p.m. An international array of musicians perform throughout the Zoo both nights, and guests can view more than a few animals staying up past their bedtimes (until 8 p.m.) to enjoy the music. Picnics are permitted, and the Zoo’s many food and beverages offerings are available as well.
“Music in the Zoo” is one of many programs presented by the private, non-profit Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, founded in 1963. The year 2008 marks more than four decades of GLAZA’s success in supporting the Los Angeles Zoo’s work as an educational resource for the citizens of Los Angeles, and as an international center for the conservation of endangered wildlife. GLAZA provides support for Los Angeles Zoo exhibits, conservation, capital projects, education programs, community outreach, research, and more through fund-raising and an endowment, membership, special events and more. GLAZA currently has 65,000 member households, the second largest non-profit organization membership in Los Angeles. Many of its nearly 300,000 individual members have sustained their GLAZA support for more than 20 years. The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is an international leader in the conservation of endangered species and one of the city’s major cultural and entertainment resources. For more info go to LAZoo.org
Be the first to email us with “Music in the Zoo” in the subject and a pair of tickets are yours. Be sure to tell us what date you would like to go. Good luck!