Zoo Move & Groove

Jan 20th 2024

  • Hours5:30-9 p.m.
  • AdmissionEarly Bird (9/8 – 11/30) $40* | Standard (12/1 – 1/19): $50* | Event Day Pricing: $65* | Hibernate at Home: $30* | Spectators (ZooLights Admission only): $20
  • Time5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
The Lion RUNS Tonight:
Included with race registration* is a commemorative shirt, admission into exclusive ZooLights night immediately following the race, a raffle ticket, kettle corn & cocoa, and a “glow” necklace/bracelet.

Early Bird (9/8 – 11/30) $40*
Standard (12/1 – 1/19): $50*
Event Day Pricing: $65*
Hibernate at Home: $30*
Add commemorative medal: $15*
Additional shirt: $15
Spectators (ZooLights Admission only): $20
Available at ticket booths on race day or online at phoenixzoo.org.

Proceeds to Benefit:
The Arizona Center for Nature Conservation/ Phoenix Zoo is many things to many people, but ultimately, we aim to achieve our mission – to advance the stewardship and conservation of animals and their habitats while providing experiences that inspire people and motivate them to care for the natural world. Beginning in 1962, the Zoo partnered with conservation-minded organizations and successfully brought the Arabian oryx back from the brink of extinction. That legacy continues today, and the Zoo is now home to 80 threatened and endangered species, with a determined focus to promote, lead, and support actions that secure a future for wildlife.
Working with local conservation partners, the Phoenix Zoo looks for opportunities to use our unique skills and experience to help them with local conservation initiatives. Phoenix Zoo conservation scientists raise and breed species at the Zoo’s Arthur L. and Elaine V. Johnson Conservation Center for release to the wild and/or to help understand their biology and reproduction. We also conduct research and participate in field work as part of broader recovery efforts with our partners.
  • Location Phoenix Zoo
  • 455 N Galvin Parkway
  • Phoenix, Arizona 85008

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