The Zoo is Rocking this Summer

For 11 consecutive Saturday nights from May 6 to July 15, visitors to the Dallas Zoo can embrace a blend of nature and live music on shady Cat Green for Safari Nights concert series on Saturdays, powered by Breeze Energy. Events and activities begin at 5 p.m. with bands going on around 7 p.m.

Original artists and tribute bands will fill the park with music; audients may bring blankets or lawn chairs to enjoy the show or reserve a private cabana that includes chairs and fans under a tent. There will be a special presentation of Wonders of the Wild dynamic, interactive wildlife show featuring birds and mammals from all over the world. Food will be available for purchase, along with soft drinks, cold beer and wine.

Performers include Los Texmaniacs, Petty Theft, Memphis Soul, A Hard Night’s Day, Trout Fishing, The O’s, Ice House, Rebirth Brass Band, Four Way Street, Escape and Prophets and Outlaws

Safari Nights is free with Zoo admission. Gates open on Saturdays at 9 a.m. and parking is $8 per vehicle (free for members). Take the DART Red Line to Dallas Zoo Station for curbside service. For more information, visit


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