Tickets are only available online for but selling fast for the remaining ZooTunes concerts:

John Prine with Kendel Carson & Dustin Bentall (6/23);

Huey Lewis and the News: SPORTS 30th Anniversary Tour (7/7);

John Hiatt & The Combo with Holly Williams (7/17);

An Evening with Randy Newman (7/24);

LeAnn Rimes (7/26);

Indigo Girls with Lindsay Fuller (7/30 & 7/31);

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue with JJ Grey & Mofro (8/7);

Todd Snider’s Traveling Folk Show featuring: Shawn Mullins, Hayes Carll and Sarah Jarosz (8/11);

Loreena McKennitt (8/15). 

Concerts are festival seating and concert-goers are encouraged to spread out with blankets and low-backed folding chairs (maximum height allowed: 24” high). Outside alcohol is prohibited. 

BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru is a major source of revenue for the zoo providing support for the zoo’s quality animal care, engaging education programs and wildlife conservation. 

Additional sponsorship support for BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru is provided by: KMTT 103.7 The Mountain and The Seattle Times. 


Zoo gates open at 5:00 p.m. Concerts begin at 6:00 p.m. Concerts are held rain or shine—no ticket refunds.


All concerts take place in the North Meadow at Woodland Park Zoo. The North Meadow is near the West Entrance located at Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th St. and N. 56th St. Additional entry is through the South Entrance at N. 50th St. & Fremont Ave. N.


Tickets are on sale online at www.zoo.org/zootunes. A $2 processing fee is added to all online ticket purchases. Ticket prices will include a $1 facility fee to fund maintenance of the zoo’s concert facilities. One child 12 and under per paid ticket is admitted free. Tickets sell out fast, so purchase early!


For more information, call Woodland Park Zoo at 206.548.2500 option #7 or visit www.zoo.org/zootunes.

The 6/30 performance of Old Crow Medicine Show at BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru summer concert series has sold out.


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