By day, Czar the Snow Leopard, Fran the Capybara, and Olive the Two-Toed Sloth are simply animals. But when the Chattanooga Zoo closes each evening, Czar, Fran, Olive, and their friends (or in some cases, enemies) become party animals.
Zoo animals may not be your typical party crowd, but the Chattanooga Zoo’s annual Q n’ Brew is one of the summer’s hottest house parties. Unlike those parties hosted by ghosts of popular kids past, attending this party doesn’t require your name to be on “the list.”
Starting at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 26, come rain or shine, guests are invited to a night of tasting Chattanooga’s best BBQ and beer, listening to a local bluegrass band, and zoo admission. Each guest will also go home with a commemorative Q n’ Brew cup.
Advance tickets are available on the Zoo’s website at $15 per adult and $10 per child (nonmembers) and $12 per adult and $7 per child (members).
So grab your family and friends, help raise money for the Zoo’s educational programs, and spend the night partying with the ones who put the animal in party animal.
(But please—don’t feed the animals.)
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit chattzoo.org/events/qnbrew
— Madeline Chambliss