–Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adults-only evening will be the WILDEST event in town tomorrow–
Colorado Springs, CO – Moonlight on the Mountain, one of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s adult-only events, is tomorrow night! Attendance is restricted to adults 21 and over. Tickets include unlimited samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as well as delicious eats from area restaurants. Plus, local musicians will set the mood throughout the Zoo and have guests dancing the night away until 10 p.m.!
No Zoo event would be complete without animals! Animal exhibits will be open until 8 p.m., so guests can experience the full Zoo experience (minus kids, of course), get hands-on with animals from The Loft, feed giraffe and watch special keeper talks and animal demonstrations. The forecast looks sunny, but this event will go on rain or shine, so please come prepared!
Moonlight on the Mountain tickets are officially sold out, but even if you miss it, rest assured that another “ZOOper” event is right around the corner. The Zoo is offering two more adult-only events this summer – Tails, Tunes & Tastes! The event will be offered on both Thursday, July 27 and Thursday, August 31 (tickets sold separately) from 6 – 9:30 p.m. Tails, Tunes & Tastes will feature the full Zoo experience, live music, and all-inclusive food and drink.
Both Moonlight on the Mountain and Tails, Tunes & Tastes are great ways to help the Zoo care for and feed more than 750 animals while also getting to enjoy some great food, drinks and local musicians.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s Moonlight on the Mountain is sponsored by:
Children’s Hospital Colorado, Bestway Disposal, Cordera, Pioneer Sand and Navy Federal Credit Union.
About Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
The Cheyenne Mountain Zoological Society was founded in 1926. Today, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, America’s ONLY mountain zoo, offers comprehensive education programs, exciting conservation efforts and truly fantastic animal experiences. It is Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s hope that guests fall in love with animals and nature, and take action to protect them. Of the 229 zoos and aquariums accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is one of just nine operating without tax support. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo depends on admissions, membership dues and donations for funding.