Wild Summer Nights at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak

Where else can you catch performances by The Sun Messengers, Michigan Opera Theatre, The Verve Pipe and more? At Wild Summer Nights, of course! Wednesdays just got a bit wilder at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak.

The Wild Summer Nights concert series, which takes place every Wednesday from July 1 to Aug. 26, 2015, is a fun way to end your zoo day adventure – or simply a chance to stop by for some live tunes. The concert features a variety of live music from local bands, including children’s jazz, pop, folk and blues.

The concerts take place in the zoo’s main picnic grove from 6:30 until 8 p.m.

Concert-goers should bring a blanket, any spot is a good spot to enjoy the show, but no need to pack food. Food, snacks, beer, wine and soft drinks are available for purchase at the zoo concessions area.

The concert is free with admission: Free with admission: $14 for ages 15-plus, $10 for ages 2-14. Parking is $6.

Find all the details for the Wild Summer Nights at the Detroit Zoo – and even more things to do in metro Detroit this weekend – in the Metro Parent calendar.


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