Jammin’ at the Lincoln Park Zoo 2012 in Chicago

Jammin’ at the Zoo

Date: Friday, July 27, 2012
Time: Gates at 6 p.m. | Music starts at 7:15pm; 8:30pm (Better than Ezra)
Location: Lincoln Park Zoo | Cannon Drive & Fullerton | Chicago
Beneficiary: Lincoln Park Zoo’s animals and conservation programs
A photo I took of a lion at the Lincoln Park Zoo.

A photo I took of a lion at the Lincoln Park Zoo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Attend the 19th annual Jammin’ at the Zoo with a series of three concerts that are held on the zoo’s south lawn. The Kovler Lion House and Kovler Sea Lion Pool will be open during the event.
For more information, visit the Lincoln Park Zoo’s Jammin’ at the Zoo website: http://lpzoo.org/events/calendar/jammin-zoo

Individual Tickets
In Advance**: Adult: $23 Adult Zoo Member: $21 Child*: $12 Child Zoo Member*: $10
* Children 3 years old and younger are admitted free.
** Phone and Internet orders service charges: $4.75 per ticket $2.50 per order (tickets mailed to you) $7.25 for one series ticket $2 additional for tickets printed at home There is NO will call at the event.
Day Of Tickets: Please note: Tickets may sell out prior to the event, so reserve your tickets today! Adult: $28 Adult Zoo Member: $26 Child (ages 4-12): $14 Child Zoo Member (ages 4-12): $12
Entertainment

Tony Lucca @ 7:15pm

It wasn’t until this metro Detroit native turned 18 and moved to Los Angeles that he gained even wider acclaim following four seasons on the Disney Channel’s “Mickey Mouse Club” where his fellow cast mates included Britney Spears, Christine Aguilera and Justin Timberlake. Now one of America’s most sought-after singers/songwriters, in addition to his own albums Lucca’s music has also been featured on a mind-boggling number of TV shows including “Friday Night Lights,” “Felicity,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “Parenthood” and many more.

Better than Ezra @ 8:30pm

This America alt-rock trio, based in New Orleans, is a critical darling with both music critics and discriminating music lovers. Now on national tour, the band’s sound and eclectic mix of tunes are both original and quirky. The band’s buzz continues even today after their widespread commercial success that began in late ’90s.

Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides @ www.vino-con-vista.com 
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