May 5: Early Zoo Closure
PLEASE NOTE: THE ZOO WILL BE CLOSING AT 2:30 PM ON SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2018 TO PREPARE FOR BREW AT THE ZOO!
Brew at the Zoo Information:
JOIN THE PARTY ANIMALS AT SEQUOIA PARK ZOO FOR THE 12TH ANNUAL BREW @ THE ZOO ON SATURDAY, MAY 5TH!
Eureka, CA – Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation is excited to announce that tickets are now on sale for the most unique and fun beer tasting event in Humboldt County, Brew @ the Zoo!
Sample beverages from 18+ local and regional breweries with many new participants! Enjoy delicious Cinco de Mayo treats and pub grub from the Zoo Café, Bulldoggies of Humboldt, and munch on Hooked Kettle Corn. Enjoy music from the Compost Mountain Boys live in the Barnyard! Dance on the lawn and rock out to DJ Gabe Pressure & the Fuego Crew. Explore the Zoo and visit the animals. Take home great memories with Brew @ the Zoo merchandise and a picture from the SmileZ photo booth.
Connect with the wild inside!
What: Brew @ the Zoo
When: Saturday, May 5, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
VIP early entry at 4:00 p.m.
Where: Sequoia Park Zoo, 3414 W Street, Eureka
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
$75 – VIP ticket NEW! Includes early entry at 4p.m., special souvenir glass, meal ticket, and VIP custom lanyard.
$35 – Zoo members, $40 – non-members (Advance Ticket Purchase)
$45 – At the door
$15 – Designated Drivers (no beer sampling, please)
Standard Ticket price includes a souvenir glass, beer, music, and time with the party animals!
This is a 21+ Event. No one under 21 allowed.
Tickets available from the Zoo Gift Shop, The Works in Old Town Eureka, Wildberries in Arcata, and online at brownpapertickets.com. VIP Tickets available ONLY online and from the Gift Shop.
Cabs will be available to ensure everyone gets home safely.
The Mission of Sequoia Park Zoo is to inspire conservation of the natural world by instilling wonder, respect and passion for wildlife.
As an AZA accredited facility, Sequoia Park Zoo incorporates wildlife conservation as an essential part of its mission. This includes spreading awareness about threats to wildlife and habitats, inspiring conservation action among our visitors, and helping to fund conservation fieldwork.