Abilene Zoo’s Benefit Rock and Roar features Sister Hazel
Prepare Abilene for a night of fun and rock entertainment with Sister Hazel, an American alternative rock band from Gainesville, Florida. Their sound is very unique, it’s folk rock, mixed with southern rock with classic rock sprinkled throughout.
Sister Hazel is the star entertainment at the annual meeting Abilene Zoo‘s Rock and Roar benefit on Saturday August 13th. Sister Hazel’s hits include “All for youas seen in the video below. Opening for sister Hazel is the alternative pop-rock band something deep blue you will remember them for their hit single”Breakfast at Tiffany’sas seen in the video below.
Clayton Carabajal, Abilene Zoo’s conservation, public relations, marketing and animal ambassador, says “this is the ultimate date because the Abilene Zoo offers a special package where you can bring the kids and they will be entertained at the Abilene Zoo camp. While the parents enjoy dinner, drinks and the concert.
Afterwards, you and your loved one can grab a cold beer, a plate of BBQ, kick back and relax on the Abilene Zoo lawn, while listening to Sister Hazel and Deep Blue Something.
Tickets for this exciting and memorable event are just $30 per adult and just $10 per child and include full zoo access, free giraffe feeding and unlimited train and carousel rides. BBQ plates, full bar and concessions will be available for purchase.
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with Deep Blue Something starting at 7:00 p.m. and Sister Hazel taking the stage at 8:30 p.m. Tickets for members are only $30 for adults and $10 for children (ages 3-12).
For tickets or more information, contact the Abilene Zoo at (325) 676-6085.
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