Potter Park Zoo Plans Zoo Nights for Those 21 and Over

Because who doesn’t want to sit back and have a beer with a spider monkey.

OK… not really. But ‘Zoo Nights’ at Potter Park Zoo in 2023 promises to be a good time for grown-ups to enjoy friends, fun and a few adult drinks without the kids around. According to the zoo’s Facebook page, this will be the fourth episode of Zoo Nights.

McConnell Adams, Townsquare Media Lansing

McConnell Adams, Townsquare Media Lansing

What is Potter Park Zoo “Zoo Nights”?

Here’s how Potter Park Zoo describes its “Zoo Nights”:

Zoo Nights is a casual, happy hour-style event showcasing delicacies from local restaurants and beverage companies. Take the opportunity to visit the zoo after hours, visit the animals and enjoy yard games with friends while enjoying tasty treats!

When are the “Zoo Nights” at Potter Park Zoo?

Potter Park Zoo currently has four “Zoo Nights” scheduled for 2023 – May 11th, June 15th, July 20th and August 17th. These are all Thursday evenings. The zoo is normally open from 9am to 5pm during the summer months, but remains open to guests 21 and over on these select evenings between 5pm and 8pm. Mark your calendar now!

McConnell Adams, Townsquare Media Lansing

McConnell Adams, Townsquare Media Lansing

More things you should know about Zoo Nights

Several local food and drink vendors are expected to be part of each zoo night. Ticket prices for this year have not yet been announced, but in previous years the zoo has charged $15 for zoo members and $20 for non-members. Guests receive a few drink tickets upon entry and can purchase more. Although they are not yet on sale for 2023, it is recommended that you buy your tickets in advance. Some “Zoo Nights” are sold out.

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