Wild about wildebeests? Fascinated by flamingos? Batty about birds? Join the herd as it stampedes straight to the Denver Zoo’s new fundraiser, Flock Party.
Slated for Saturday, September 12, the evening will feature live entertainment from the Colorado Symphony as well as Denver-based songwriter Rob Drabkin. Guests will enjoy appetizers paired with themed cocktails while strolling through the grounds. Additionally, there will be more than 20 animal demonstrations and Keeper Talks plus a feeding at Benson Predator Ridge. As a special treat, the Zoo is planning an “unforgettable bridge crossing” at Toyota Elephant Passage, which sounds intriguing and not-to-be-missed.
The Denver Zoo, much like all cultural organizations, has been greatly impacted by COVID-19. Proceeds from Flock Party will support the Denver Zoo’s animal care and emergency support efforts.
Tickets start at $175 for general admission and $350 for VIP, which includes early-bird entry, access to the VIP Flock Star Lounge and exclusive bars throughout the Zoo, and a complimentary pair of “Flamingos on a Booze Cruise” sunglasses provided by the Zoo’s partner, goodr.
While many participants may be accustomed to the Zoo’s annual Do at the Zoo, the Flock Party is designed to adhere to recommended health and safety protocols. So along with that safari hat, make sure to wear your mask!
- Denver Zoo’s Flock Party
- Sep 12
- VIP entry time: 5pm
- General admission entry time: 6pm
- Tickets start at $175