Tickets for the Houston Zoo lights, which will be up for sale at 10 a.m.
Monday, will cost $100 for adults and $50 for children, according to zoo officials.
Zoo staff will sell discounted tickets to attendees on Saturday and Sunday.
The Houston Zoo will be hosting its first-ever Lights Show at the Brookfield Zoo on Sunday night, which is also discounted.
The cost of admission is $65 for adults, $55 for children.
Admission to the Zoo on Sundays and Mondays is free.
“We’re really excited to host this event for the first time,” said David Johnson, the zoo’s director of special events.
“The Houston Zoo has always been a destination for families and people of all ages.
We are excited to be a part of this new program that we hope will benefit the community and enhance our visitor experience for the guests and our guests.”
Tickets will be available at Brookfield’s Zoo gates beginning at 8 a.M. on Sunday.
Johnson said the Zoo’s lighting program has become more popular this year with people traveling from out of state and even from outside the metro area.
He said the show has become a big draw for visitors, and they have been buying in bulk.
“Our guests are coming in from all over the world to see what they can do to make the most of the special evening at the Houston Center,” he said.
“They’re just really excited about it.”
Johnson said it was important for the Zoo to hold the show as the Houston Astros take on the Cleveland Indians in a game at Minute Maid Park.
“It’s an important moment for our city,” he added.
“Houston is one of the biggest tourist hubs in the country, and we want to keep the event in a place where it will be seen by as many people as possible.”
Johnson has not yet announced which attractions will be lit, and the zoo will not be able to provide specific information about when the lights will be in place.
The Zoo also said it would not be showing any of its animals in public.
“Animals that are not part of our program or who are not in the zoo are in the care of their zookeepers and we will not share their location,” Johnson said.
The Brookfield show is part of the zoo system’s effort to keep zoo visitors comfortable, Johnson said, adding that the lights are an extension of the Zoo-sponsored ZooFest, which takes place each spring.
The event features performances by local bands, special events, art exhibits, and activities for children and the elderly.
The theme for the event this year is “Swing the Zoo,” and it is being held Sunday through Thursday from 9 p.m.-2 a.l.m., with the nightlights set up at midnight.
It is expected to be the largest zoo event of the year.
The show is free and open to the public, with food and beverages provided.
“There are a lot of different things that the Zoo can do, but we just want to provide the same level of excitement for the people that come in to see the animals,” Johnson added.
Tickets for Brookfield will go on sale Tuesday at 10:30 a.t.
The Texas Zoo also will be holding a ZooFest in the Houston area on Friday.
“I really feel like we have to bring the Zoo together,” Johnson told the News24 reporter.
“If you have the time, it’s just really nice to come in and see the Zoo.
I think the best thing for everyone is for everyone to come together and enjoy themselves and have a great time.” “
Everybody has a unique perspective.
I think the best thing for everyone is for everyone to come together and enjoy themselves and have a great time.”
The Houston Texans are scheduled to play the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at Minute Mill Park.
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