Laying out at Golden Gardens, sipping a beer on a brewery patio, paddleboarding on Lake Union — all things we can't wait to do this summer in Seattle.
What else are we excited about? ZooTunes at Woodland Park Zoo! The annual live music series is returning to the meadow for a 37th season this summer.
Woodland Park Zoo has partnered with radio station KEXP to curate a lineup of local music, and they've announced three acts (more will be announced in the coming weeks), which includes:
- Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
- Sunday, July 25, with show starting at 5:30 p.m.
- True Loves / Smokey Brights
- Wednesday, Aug. 11, with show starting at 5:30 p.m.
- www.truelovesband.com / www.smokeybrights.com
- Helio Sequence with Shaina Shepherd
- Wednesday, Aug. 18, with show starting at 5:30 p.m.
Woodland Park Zoo has made some changes to ZooTunes in order to keep people safe from COVID and adhere to Washington and CDC guidelines, including:
- Tickets will not be sold at the door; only available online
- Tickets will be sold in groups for pod seating, with sizes including two-people, four-people, six-people and 10-people pods
- Children older than 3 need their own tickets
- No outside food or beverage allowed
- Clear bags sized 16" x 16" x 5" will be allowed in the venue
ZooTunes is a fundraiser for the Woodland Park Zoo. Tickets are currently on sale except for Ivan and Alyosha, True Loves / Smokey Brights, Helio Sequence and Shabazz Palaces, which go on sale Friday, June 18 — but starting at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 17, you can use promo code "KOMO2021" to purchase those tickets a day early. Find more information about ZooTunes online.