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Zoobilation 2024 tickets are on waitlist; they sold out in less than two hours



Indianapolis, Indiana – The Indianapolis Zoo has announced that tickets for its yearly black-tie event, which benefits efforts to promote animal conversation, will go on sale on Thursday.

Its animal conservation efforts are supported by the 2024 Zoobilation fundraiser event, which is billed as “the Midwest’s largest black-tie fundraising event.”

The zoo uses the proceeds from the event to support its global conservation programs and to care for its 1,400 animals and 48,000 plants.

They are going to open a new International Chimpanzee Complex this year. Visitors at Zoobilation can get to know the nearby chimpanzee population at a number of the new complex’s centers.

Prices for tickets vary based on membership tier and go on sale at 9 a.m. on Thursday. The membership tiers include:

• Non-members, $300
• Zoo Members, $275

The following costs can be anticipated for those who desire the premium experience, which includes early access, food and drink options, animal interactions, priority parking, and a welcome gift:

• Non-members, $600
• Zoo members, $575

On June 14, the event starts at 5:30 p.m. To get ready for the occasion, the zoo will be closed during the day.



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