Tommy Tom-Tom and Chillin’ Willie Go To The Zoo

Saturday, April 28, 2018
5:00 pm — 7:00 pm

Join the Tucson Symphony Orchestra at Reid Park Zoo for a special concert performance of “Sounds Like a Zoo…” Our old friends Tommy Tom-tom and Chillin’ Willie take a field trip to the zoo, where they encounter and befriend Magilla Gorilla and Hicupotomous (the friendly hippo). Join us and learn about the sounds of the animal kingdom!

Families will enjoy an evening visit to the Zoo, meet some of our animal ambassadors, participate in activities including facepainting, conservation crafts, animal sound game and more. The Cafe will be open for dinner and snacks.

Pricing: A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.
$10.50 Non-member Adult
$8.50 Non-member Senior
$6.50 Non-member Children (ages 2-13)
Children under 2 are free
Free admission for Zoo members! Click here to become a Reid Park Zoo member.

More about Tucson Symphony Orchestra:
The Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s Percussion Ensemble was formed in 1998. The ensemble recently brought thousands of people to their feet at a series of TSO Pops! concerts with electric and mesmerizing performances of Richard Peck’s “The Glory and the Grandeur.” Originally formed for education concerts and a natural choice for middle and high school students, performances include audience participation and instruments from around the globe. The percussion Ensemble has quickly become a popular choice for recitals for adults as well as for children, exploring the diverse repertoire of jazz, pop, classics, and contemporary music so colorfully performed by percussion. The group consistently receives praise and awards from around the state. One teacher says, “Your programs are still the talk of the school,” and “all four of you are truly outstanding representatives not only for the Tucson Symphony Orchestra but for the future of classical music as well.”