Zoobilation 2021 will take place with a lower crowd capacity. No additional tickets were for sale due to the carry-over tickets from 2020.
With a diverse lineup of performers, an added concert date and a spectacular new venue, it’s going to be a grrr-eat summer for music at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Tickets for this year’s Zoobilation go on sale at 9am Feb. 1 on the Zoo’s website, and they typically sell out fast.
Vibrant colors, zesty flavors, festive music and exotic species will come together for a cultural celebration at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Two popular concert series return to the Indianapolis Zoo and offer nine nights of music, food and wild fun.
The Indianapolis Zoo also has lots of mothers to recognize during its Mother’s Day Weekend celebration on May 7-8, humans & animals alike.
For those of you wondering, there is currently no manatee at the Indianapolis Zoo.
The Indianapolis Zoo’s annual “en plein air” (outdoors) event, Naturally Inspired Paint Out, is April 23 and features 15 juried artists creating extraordinary art inspired by the stunning natural surroundings at the Zoo and White River Gardens.
Easter is the perfect opportunity to highlight some of the Zoo’s new arrivals, including 10 babies born within the past year. Visitors can hippity hop through the Zoo to find their favorite youngsters, like lion cubs Enzi, Mashaka and Sukari; giraffe calf Mshangao; dolphin calf Calypso and many more.
For three decades, the Indianapolis Zoo has hosted one of the Midwest’s wildest and most anticipated black-tie fundraisers. In honor of its 30th anniversary, guests are invited to enjoy a wild evening of indulgence during Zoobilation 2016.