Free Jungle Boogie Concert at the Saint Louis Zoo

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Bring the whole family for a free concert in the center of the Zoo! Jungle Boogie concerts are held most Fridays through August 12 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and feature some of the St. Louis area's most popular local bands.

There will also be animal-related kids activities that focus on conservation of endangered species through the Zoo's Wildcare Institute. Snack and dinner options, as well drink specials will be available for purchase. Feel free to bring lawn chairs for seating. Jungle Boogie concerts are held rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather the concert will be held inside Lakeside Cafe. 

Admission to the zoo and the concert is free but a timed reservation is needed in advance. Reservations may be made up to seven days before your visit.

The 2022 Jungle Boogie Concert lineup includes:

June 3: Gaslight Squares

June 10: Griffin and the Gargoyles

June 17: No concert due to A Zoo Ado fundraiser

June 24: Midnight Piano Band

July 1: Ticket to the Beatles

July 8: Vote for Pedro

July 15: Whiskey Mornings

July 22: Soulard Blues Band

July 29: Garden Party

August 5: Fanfare

August 12: Butch Wax and the Hollywoods

More information and reservations: stlzoo.org

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