At the Greenville Zoo
Tickets go on sale Monday, April 18 @ noon
Tickets go on sale Monday (4/18) for the first-ever ZooTunes concert at the Greenville Zoo. Hosted by the Greenville Zoo Foundation, the inaugural event will feature Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Jason Isbell.
ZooTunes will raise money for the new exhibits outlined in the Greenville Zoo’s Master Plan. The first phase includes a new entry and ticketing complex, renovations to the Lion’s Den, a new Asia exhibit with tigers and much more! A later phase includes an event lawn with a seating capacity of 2,000.
A portion of each ticket purchased will be designated to a global conservation effort for Amur Tigers and Leopards (ALTA).
ABOUT THE GREENVILLE ZOO FOUNDATION
The Greenville Zoo Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on supporting the Greenville Zoo and its dedication to animal care, education, conservation and the overall enjoyment of the community. The Foundation is dedicated to marketing, advocacy and fundraising efforts that improve the Greenville Zoo for guests, animals, and staff.
ABOUT JASON ISBELL
Jason Isbell is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Green Hill, Alabama, best known for his solo career and as a former member of the Drive-By Truckers. Isbell’s most recent solo record, Something More Than Free, was released on July 17, 2015 on Southeastern Records. During the summer of 2015, Isbell was on a North American tour to promote the album, with four consecutive sold-out nights at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Something More Than Free debuted at number 1 on Billboard Magazine’s rock, folk and country record charts. Although Isbell had previously had critical success in the Americana genre, this was the rst time Isbell received such high ranking across genres. The album was well-received, winning two Grammy awards for Best Americana Album and Best American Roots Song (24 Frames). To learn more, visit www.JasonIsbell.com.
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