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Woodland Park Zoo


Jul
28 Wed
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The Dip

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: June 4, 2021 10:00 AM to July 28, 2021 7:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION






Hailing from Seattle, The Dip is an electrifying seven-piece ensemble that melds vintage rhythm and blues with classic pop storytelling. Acclaimed by KEXP as “one of the most exciting and joyous acts to emerge in recent years,” the band features frontman Tom Eddy’s compelling vocals over an effortlessly deep pocket and energetic melodies from the three-piece Honeynut Horns. Hard-hitting but sensitive, The Dip draws inspiration from the musical roots of decades prior while sounding undeniably relevant today. Following the organic buzz of the 2015 debut, the band arrived on the international stage with their 2019 sophomore full-length, The Dip Delivers. Buoyed by the hit single “Sure Don’t Miss You,” the album was entirely recorded and mixed by the band in their own studio and dishes out a nourishing dose of stylistic and sonic variety. Following an ambitious 2019 that took the band throughout North America, Europe, and Japan, The Dip will captivate audiences with brand new music to complement their vibrant live shows and solidify their reputation as one of the most engaging acts on the road today.








In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 



  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes.
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
4 Wed
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Ivan and Alyosha

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: June 18, 2021 10:00 AM to August 4, 2021 7:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Seattle-based indie rock band Ivan & Alyosha, also known as I&A, is led by vocalist Tim Wilson, his songwriting partners Ryan Carbary (guitar) and Pete Wilson (bass), as well as guitarist Tim Kim and drummer Cole Mauro. Known for their sweet, Beatles-esque pop harmonies and jangly guitar licks, this five-piece group has toured with everyone from Aimee Mann to Brandi Carlile. Now, with a decade of touring and recording under their belts, Ivan & Alyosha continue to hone their creative voice, unafraid to let their sound evolve while staying true to their folk-pop roots.


In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 



  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes.
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
5 Thu
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Whiskey and WildBites

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
GA: $95.00

TICKET SALE DATES
GA Public Onsale: June 1, 2021 10:00 AM to August 5, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Delectable bites, tasty whiskey expressions and exciting animal encounters await at Whiskey & WildBites! Experience Woodland Park Zoo after-hours while enjoying delicious cuisine prepared by some of Seattle’s premiere celebrity chefs paired with several of the finest whiskey tastings this area has to offer. This adults-only event is inspired by the zoo’s mission to save species—each ticket sold raises funds to help save wildlife in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. 


Wander through the zoo and taste the fare of four different chefs and four to five different distilleries per night (a mix of global and local expressions). Come just one night or come to all four and experience the cuisine of 16 of Seattle’s finest chefs. Our Whiskey & WildBites’ all-star lineup: 


Chefs
Donna Moodie with Marjorie Restaurant
 
Victor Steinbrueck with Local Tide 
Bella Sangar with Sri Bella 
Eric Tanaka with Dahlia Bakery
Executive Chef David VanGelder with Levy Restaurants/Woodland Park Zoo 



Distilleries
Starward Australian Whiskey
Copperworks Distilling Company
BenRiach Distillery
Fremont Mischief Distillery
Whidbey Island Distillery


Please note Whiskey and WildBites is a 21+ after-hours event and you will need your ID to enter. 

*chefs subject to change


$0.00 - $95.00
Aug
8 Sun
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Naked Giants

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: May 21, 2021 10:00 AM to August 8, 2021 5:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

NAKED GIANTS ARE


Henry LaVallee, Gianni Aiello, and Grant Mullen


Seattle’s Naked Giants burst onto the national music scene with their 2018 full-length debut, SLUFF, a candied and insanely catchy blast of unhinged pop-punk-grunge-surf-rock. But if that record was the sound of, as one reviewer labeled them, a trio of “affable miscreants just out of high school” getting their musical rocks off, then The Shadow, the band’s new and second studio effort, is in comparison a decidedly more—what’s the word?—mature offering.


That is, if “mature” is the appropriate term for an album where one member is credited with playing a fun machine, and another merely with “charisma.”


And so, welcome once again to the extraordinary and eccentric world of Naked Giants. They might be older (average age: 23) and wiser, but the band members—singer and guitarist Grant Mullen, singer and bassist Gianni Aiello and drummer Henry LaVallee—are still out to conjure a rip-roaring good time.


In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 



  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes.
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
11 Wed
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True Loves / Smokey Brights

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: June 18, 2021 10:00 AM to August 11, 2021 7:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

True Loves
Listening to the abundant sounds of the Seattle-based funk & soul group, The True Loves, is like walking down a favorite neighborhood street, slapping-five with friends, checking up with clerks in their stores, admiring your own dark sun-glassed face in their windows, ducking under flowerpots and smelling the familiar smells of your most cherished locale. The band is its own block party.
What began in 2014 as a jam session between three of the city’s best - pocket-perfect drummer David McGraw, intoxicating bassist Bryant Moore and otherworldly guitarist Jimmy James - has since blossomed into a global force that now features percussionist Iván Galvez and four horn players: trombonists Jason Cressey and Greg Kramer and saxophonists Gordon Brown and Skerik. Together, the group’s live performances have garnered them much local acclaim and millions of streams on YouTube.

Smokey Brights
Fronted by husband and wife duo Kim West (keys and vocals) and Ryan Devlin (guitar and vocals,) Smokey Brights is a rock band out of Seattle, Washington. The couple’s entrancing bond shines through in their deeply personal cowriting as well as their ecstatic live performances. West, a barred attorney, and Devlin, who has a background in booking, publishing and punk bands, met working summers at a pizza restaurant in college. They write about their transition from young friends to life partners in their beloved city, touring in a van during the Northwest’s notoriously grey winters, and being in love in a deeply uncertain world. West and Devlin’s songs are made eminently danceable by Nick Krivchenia (drums) and Luke Logan (bass.) Krivchenia, an Ohio native from a family of musicians, brings a soulful, classic groove to Smokeys’ sound. Logan, who grew up singing folk songs with his family in Kodiak, Alaska, provides melodic bass lines and a crucial third harmony to the band’s vocals. Known for their explosive live shows that immerse the listener in warm, harmony-rich, arena rock anthems, Smokey Brights instantly found a hardcore fanbase in the US, UK, and Europe, and have earned slots at SXSW, Bumbershoot, Sasquatch!, Off Beat Festival, and Treefort Music Fest.



In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 



  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes.
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
12 Thu
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Whiskey and WildBites

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
GA: $95.00

TICKET SALE DATES
GA Public Onsale: June 1, 2021 10:00 AM to August 12, 2021 6:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Delectable bites, tasty whiskey expressions and exciting animal encounters await at Whiskey & WildBites! Experience Woodland Park Zoo after-hours while enjoying delicious cuisine prepared by some of Seattle’s premiere celebrity chefs paired with several of the finest whiskey tastings this area has to offer. This adults-only event is inspired by the zoo’s mission to save species—each ticket sold raises funds to help save wildlife in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. 


Wander through the zoo and taste the fare of four different chefs and four to five different distilleries per night (a mix of global and local expressions). Come just one night or come to all four and experience the cuisine of 16 of Seattle’s finest chefs. Our Whiskey & WildBites’ all-star lineup: 


Chefs
Mitch Mayers with Sawyer
Rachel Yang with Joule
Chester Gerl with Gracia Cocina Mexicana
Jason Stoneburner with Stoneburner
Executive Chef David VanGelder with Levy Restaurants/Woodland Park Zoo 



Distilleries
Starward Australian Whiskey
Copperworks Distilling Company
BenRiach Distillery
Fremont Mischief Distillery
Whidbey Island Distillery


Please note Whiskey and WildBites is a 21+ after-hours event and you will need your ID to enter. 

*chefs subject to change


$0.00 - $95.00
Aug
15 Sun
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Damien Jurado

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: June 4, 2021 10:00 AM to August 15, 2021 7:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION





On The Monster Who Hated Pennsylvania, Damien Jurado gathers up ten stories of people determined not to be broken by their dire circumstances. “The world is a liar, the stars are a must,” he sings over brushed drums, a circling bassline, and acoustic guitar on “Helena,” which opens his 17th album, the first release from Damien’s own Maraqopa Records. Dire circumstances have long been fixtures of Jurado’s songs, which are filled with ghosts, killers, cruel lovers, and the occasional UFO cult or false messiah. But here, the scenes are earthy, drawn from ordinary but no less immense calamities: hurricanes moving toward town, strained connections, amnesiacs in the front yard. On The Monster Who Hated Pennsylvania, Jurado pulls the curtains shut, blocking out “the light now embarrassed and afraid of the dark,” as he sings on “Tom,” one of the album’s haunting numbers, only to throw them open the exact moment sunshine needs to come flooding in.







In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 



  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes.
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
18 Wed
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Helio Sequence

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: June 18, 2021 10:35 AM to August 18, 2021 7:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

About The Helio Sequence’s Keep Your Eyes Ahead:
In 2008, after 3 albums and ten years of touring and recording, The Helio Sequence (Brandon Summers and Benjamin Weikel) recorded their most dynamic and extraordinary album, Keep Your Eyes Ahead.


Keep Your Eyes Ahead married the Portland duo’s signature layered keyboards and impossibly big guitars with crisp songwriting and a relatively minimalist approach. The finger picking on “Shed Your Love” is backed by exquisite strings and ambient noise, but Summers’s serene, self-assured delivery remains front and center. While songs from the band’s early releases spanned up to 7 minutes, even the longest, lushest, catchiest track on Keep Your Eyes Ahead (the fiery anthem “Hallelujah”) clocks in at 4 and a half minutes, evidence of just how refined their craft had become. Vocals were recorded spontaneously in bedroom closets and living rooms, which may explain the haunting urgency you hear in Brandon’s voice, especially on the driving title track.


Keep Your Eyes Ahead also revealed an emotional depth heretofore unknown. Brandon Summers had damaged his voice and spent six difficult months relearning to sing again. Overcoming the existential weight of losing his voice would lend a new urgency to every melody and lyric. Behind this positive story of adversity overcome lay the loss of someone very close to him that would find its expression in songs like “Lately” and “The Captive Mind”. 


“My mother had gone missing and I didn’t know if I would ever find her again. She had literally disappeared overnight and I didn’t know where she was or if she was alive,” says Summers. “It’s something I’ve never shared publicly until now, but writing for Keep Your Eyes Ahead was a way for me to channel all of the pain and fear of losing her.” Summers continues, “Many people have shared their stories with me of how Keep Your Eyes Ahead has helped them through difficult times. Through it all, it’s an album of hope.”


Produced by the band, Keep Your Eyes Ahead confirms in The Helio Sequence an energy and a range that continues to defy narrow categorization. Keep Your Eyes Ahead is the sound of a band and a decade-old partnership that’s been invigorated. And that’s exactly how the songs will make you feel: invigorated.



In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 



  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes.
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
19 Thu
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Whiskey and WildBites

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
GA: $95.00

TICKET SALE DATES
GA Public Onsale: June 1, 2021 10:00 AM to August 19, 2021 6:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Delectable bites, tasty whiskey expressions and exciting animal encounters await at Whiskey & WildBites! Experience Woodland Park Zoo after-hours while enjoying delicious cuisine prepared by some of Seattle’s premiere celebrity chefs paired with several of the finest whiskey tastings this area has to offer. This adults-only event is inspired by the zoo’s mission to save species—each ticket sold raises funds to help save wildlife in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. 


Wander through the zoo and taste the fare of four different chefs and four to five different distilleries per night (a mix of global and local expressions). Come just one night or come to all four and experience the cuisine of 16 of Seattle’s finest chefs. Our Whiskey & WildBites’ all-star lineup: 


Chefs
Maximillian Petty with Eden Hill Restaurant
Travis Post with Plenty of Clouds
Nicco Muratore with mamnoon Restaurant
Eric Donnelly with RockCreek Seafood & Spirits
Executive Chef David VanGelder with Levy Restaurants/Woodland Park Zoo 



Distilleries
2BAR Spirits
Penderyn Distillery
Saint Liberty Whiskey
Heritage Distilling Company

Please note Whiskey and WildBites is a 21+ after-hours event and you will need your ID to enter. 

*chefs subject to change


$0.00 - $95.00
Aug
22 Sun
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Shabazz Palaces

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: June 18, 2021 10:00 AM to August 22, 2021 7:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

In his unstinting drive to reimagine hip-hop, Butler remains one of the preeminent visionaries of the last quarter-century. His first album with Digable Planets, Reachin (A New Refutation of Time and Space, nodded at Miles Davis in the first half of its title, but 27 years later, he has become one of the most vaunted inheritors of the trumpet deity’s rarefied legacy – still innovating as he enters his fourth decade as a working musician – splintering, rebuilding, and expanding the possibilities of sound. He has collaborated with like-minded visionaries Flying Lotus and Thundercat, Battles and Animal Collective. While all-timers like Radiohead and Lauryn Hill have invited him to join them on tour.


It remains impossible to accurately describe a Shabazz Palaces album without lapsing into cosmic tropes. Yet sometimes clichés are stand-ins for eternal truths. Therein, The Don of Diamond Dreams embodies a futuristic manifestation of ancient myth, full of robotic vocoder and warped auto-tune, Funkadelic refracted into different dimensions, weird portals and warm nocturnal joy rides alongside the coast (a reflection of it being mixed near the beach in California). The synthesizers are alien but the drums speak a universal language. It is hip-hop, dub, jazz, R&B, soul, funk, African, experimental, and occasionally even pop. But over the course of five albums, Shabazz Palaces have conceived the fluid boundaries of their own one-band genre.



In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 



  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes.
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
25 Wed
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Polyrhythmics

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
PREMIUM 2: $85.00
PREMIUM 4: $85.00
GA 2 PPL: $55.00
GA 4 PPL: $55.00
GA 6 PPL: $55.00
GA 10 PPL: $55.00

TICKET SALE DATES
PREMIUM 2 / PREMIUM 4 / GA 2 PPL / GA 4 PPL / GA 6 PPL / GA 10 PPL Public Onsale: May 21, 2021 10:00 AM to August 25, 2021 5:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Slipping through the cracks of infinite timelines, Man from the Future just can't put his past behind him. His journey can be filed as a score for breaking the space-time continuum as written by the Polyrhythmics releasing their sixth full-length studio release coming out on Color Red on May 8, 2020. Continuing the band’s exploration across genre and stylistic lines, Man from the Future documents them at their most evocative and cinematic yet.
Spurring particles from their previous LP Caldera, Man from the Future rises out of the ravine to tell a tale that paints vivid stories that bridge the gap between the past, present, and future tying them together on one plane.  Also much like Caldera, the music for Man from the Future was composed at a mountain retreat, this time in the Mysty Mountain Properties alongside the Skykomish River in Barring, WA. During their stay at this ranch compound, the band got snowed in, hunkered down, and spent the 72 hours running grooves and melding ideas together. “Time was not an issue,” explains drummer Grant Schroff.
From workshopping grooves in the mountains came months of road-testing songs that would see the group refining their deepest vibes and heaviest grooves to date. Man from the Future is a collection of songs that transcend your typical head-solo-head format. A collection of songs that serves as a fresh palate for every member to fulfill both rhythmic and melodic roles. And a collection of songs that can conjure an abundance of imagery and emotions without saying a word. “People want to search for a mood rather than an artist when they’re listening to music these days,” says percussionist Karl Olson, “We’re creating a vibe that happens within a song and it happens at several points across this album. A lot of people will want to listen if they know that they can evoke a mood out of this music.”
Now on their sixth album and tenth year performing, Polyrhythmics, take all sonic exploration experiences of past albums combined with mad scientist experiments testing the tunes on the road and roll them into the final product that is Man from the Future. “We learn so much about how to get the sounds we want—and we do this ourselves. Every record we make, we build off the experiences of the last record,” says Schroff. The album was recorded at Studio Aleph and engineered and mixed by the band’s bassist Jason Gray at Blue Mallard Studios. It was then mastered by Doug Krebs of Doug Krebs Mastering and will be released on Color Red, record label and music platform founded by Eddie Roberts of The New Mastersounds.


In accordance with state and CDC safety guidelines: 


  • Pod seating: Tickets must be sold in groups according to pod sizes, as all guests will need to be in their own pod for the duration of the concert. Pods will be available as two-person, four-person, six-person or 10-person.

  • Children 3 years of age and older will require their own full-priced, paid ticket to enter ZooTunes Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket to attend ZooTunes, provided they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

  • No outside food and beverage will be allowed at any ZooTunes concert. Sealed water bottles and empty, refillable water bottles (non-glass) are allowed. All refreshments must be purchased on site.

  • CLEAR BAG POLICY: Attendees may bring in clear plastic/vinyl bags no larger than 16”x16”x5”, or Ziploc-type plastic storage bags up to 1-gallon in size.  Small clutch-style purses/handbags no larger than 6.5”x4.5” are the sole exception.


For more information about the changes made to this year’s ZooTunes experience, please visit zoo.org/zootunes
$55.00 - $85.00
Aug
26 Thu
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Whiskey and WildBites

Seattle, WA
United States
Show at 6:00 PM
 More Information

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Delectable bites, tasty whiskey expressions and exciting animal encounters await at Whiskey & WildBites! Experience Woodland Park Zoo after-hours while enjoying delicious cuisine prepared by some of Seattle’s premiere celebrity chefs paired with several of the finest whiskey tastings this area has to offer. This adults-only event is inspired by the zoo’s mission to save species—each ticket sold raises funds to help save wildlife in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. 


Wander through the zoo and taste the fare of four different chefs and four to five different distilleries per night (a mix of global and local expressions). Come just one night or come to all four and experience the cuisine of 16 of Seattle’s finest chefs. Our Whiskey & WildBites’ all-star lineup: 


Chefs
Renee Erickson with Willmott's Ghost
Eric Johnson with Stateside
Ethan Stowell with Ethan Stowell Restaurants
Tamara Murphy with Terra Plata
Executive Chef David VanGelder with Levy Restaurants/Woodland Park Zoo 



Distilleries
2BAR Spirits
Penderyn Distillery
Saint Liberty Whiskey
Heritage Distilling Company

Please note Whiskey and WildBites is a 21+ after-hours event and you will need your ID to enter. 

*chefs subject to change


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Woodland Park Zoo

5500 Phinney Ave N.
Seattle, WA
United States