The Nashville Zoo has two brand new after-hours events in 2020. This year, they’re adding two adults-only events with the addition of the Spring Flamingle and BOOze at the Zoo.
Spring Flamingle happens April 2 by the Flamingo Lagoon and the BOOze at the Zoo happens Oct. 15 on Festival Field. These are additions to Brew at the Zoo (May 29) and Red, White & Zoo (July 31). Both of these new events happen after the zoo closes. They’re each from 7 PM to 10 PM and will include unlimited tastings of beer, wine, cider and specialty cocktails. You can also purchase food from food trucks that will also be onsite during the events. Enjoy your drinks while listening to live music or getting to know a few animals through their animal encounters.
If you want to get a more heightened experience, there are Conservation Champion tickets available. These tickets get everything the general admission tickets get but with early entrance to the event (6:30 PM), access to the Conservation Lounge with activities, animal encounters and extra beer, wine and a signature drink. Proceeds from the Conservation Champion tickets will benefit a conservation organization, so you can feel good about spending the extra cash. Spring Flamingle’s Conservation Champion ticket proceeds will benefit the Zoo’s local and global conservation efforts.
- General Admission – $69 per person
- Conservation Champion – $89, includes access to the Conservation Lounge, a fun lounge with wine, beer and a signature drink bar hosted by Frugal MacDoogal, animal encounters, games and activities.
- Designated Driver – $39
- Conservation Champion Designated Driver – $59
If you want to save even more, you can do so by buying tickets to the Spring Flamingle, Brew at the Zoo, Red, White & Zoo and BOOze at the Zoo all at once. These events are all 21 and over and kids are not permitted.