Roar & Pour

It’s a wild wine tasting event where the animals stay out late and the Zoo is open so guests can stroll and sip.

2018-05-05T17:00:00-07:00

Saturday, May 5

5:00pm - 8:00pm

Santa Barbara Zoo

500 Ninos Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
SatMay | 05
Roar & Pour
Santa Barbara Zoo
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    • General Admission

      $80.00
      +$4.19

      General Admission

      Item Amount
      General Admission $80.00
      Non-Refundable Service Fee $4.19
      Total $84.19
    • Sale Ended
    • Includes unlimited wine tastings and one Riedel commemorative glass, train rides, giraffe feedings, and exclusive access to Zoo grounds after hours.

    • VIP

      $115.00
      +$5.59

      VIP

      Item Amount
      VIP $115.00
      Non-Refundable Service Fee $5.59
      Total $120.59
    • Sale Ended
    • Includes all general admission perks, plus early event entry (4–5 p.m.), appetizers, and animal encounters.

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It's a roaring good time!



  • Featuring wine tasting from the region's leading wineries
  • Tasty eats available for sale from local food trucks
  • Reidel commemorative wine glass
  • Zoo animals out late
  • Zookeeper talks
  • Unique and beautiful event venue

You may also want to pre-purchase a delicious picnic basket for two crafted by Zoo Catering Services by Rincon. Three options are available at checkout.

  • Santa Barbara Zoo

    500 Ninos Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93103

Saturday, May 5, 2018

5:00pm - 8:00pm PDT

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The Santa Barbara Zoo is dedicated to the preservation, conservation, and enhancement of the natural world and its living treasures through education, research, and recreation. With its 500+ animals and lush gardens, it's known as "the Audrey Hepburn of zoos."

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