Zoobilation 2014

Jim Oliver, Zoobilation chairman An explanation of Zoobilation, how it benefits the Indianapolis Zoo, and why it’s the elite event of the year.

Zoobilation is rolling out the orange carpet and pulling out all the stops to introduce our great ape cousins in style! Enjoy unmatched entertainment brought to you by Bose McKinney & Evans LLP and indulgences from across the city all in one place, for one night, all for you! The 2013 event was another one for the record books, raising more than $1.6 million! Join us for Indiana’s premier philanthropy gala during this, the Zoo’s 50th anniversary (1964-2014). A portion of your ticket purchase will support our ongoing conservation efforts around the globe and close to home. So join 4,500 of the Zoo’s closest friends as we party for the orangutans at Zoobilation 2014.

Zoobilation tickets General admission tickets for Zoobilation 2014 are $250 for Zoo members and $275 for non-members. Or upgrade your ticket and enjoy the Premium VIP Experience for $450 for members and $475 for non-members. The money raised by Zoobilation helps the Indianapolis Zoo care for and feed the more than 2,000 animals and 16,000 plant specimens on the Zoo’s grounds, as well as to support our internationally significant conservation and research efforts. Contributions also propel many diverse and far-reaching education efforts.





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