Tom Seley and the Troublemakers at Wild Summer Nights

July 19th
6:30-8pm
Add to Calendar 07 19 2017 America/Detroit Tom Seley and the Troublemakers at Wild Summer Nights The third in the series of concerts during Wild Summer Nights features the children's band Mr. Seley and the Troublemakers. Concert-goers are invited to bring a blanket and pack a picnic. Food, snacks, beer, wine and soft drinks are available for purchase from Zoo concessions.

July 19 – Tom Seley and the Troublemakers
July 26 – Michigan Opera Theatre
August 2 – Steve King & the Dittilies
August 9 – Athens Creek
August 16 – Detroit Symphony Orchestra
August 23 – Gary Greenfelder Orchestra
August 30 – Cosmic Groove

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The third in the series of concerts during Wild Summer Nights features the children's band Mr. Seley and the Troublemakers. Concert-goers are invited to bring a blanket and pack a picnic. Food, snacks, beer, wine and soft drinks are available for purchase from Zoo concessions.

July 19 – Tom Seley and the Troublemakers
July 26 – Michigan Opera Theatre
August 2 – Steve King & the Dittilies
August 9 – Athens Creek
August 16 – Detroit Symphony Orchestra
August 23 – Gary Greenfelder Orchestra
August 30 – Cosmic Groove

Categories: FamilyMusic

Tickets:
Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: FREE with zoo admission which is $6 after 6pm.
Phone for tickets/more information: (248) 541-5717
Email for tickets/more information:
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Parking Cost and Availability:
Required fee per car; buy parking online to avoid long lines at the event. Parking is $7 per car for members and non-members.
Accessibility Information:
Wheelchairs are available for rent by the Chrysler Main Station and near the Africa Station seasonally. Volunteers are often available to further assist in accommodating guests with disabilities. Please contact us in advance of your visit at (248) 541-5717 ext. 3750. Service animals are permitted in all public areas of the Zoo except the Matilda R. Wilson, Free-Flight Aviary, Rainforest Immersion Gallery of the National Amphibian Conservation Center and Australian Outback Adventure, due to free-ranging animals.
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