Chattanooga Zoo's Annual Q 'N Brew Is July 20

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

The Chattanooga Zoo will host its annual Q ‘n Brew event on Saturday, July 20. This fan favorite will feature barbecue plates for purchase, beer and soda, live bluegrass music, animal encounters, games, and family fun.

Adult tickets start at $16 for Chattanooga Zoo members and $20 for nonmembers. Children’s tickets start at $8 for Zoo members and $10 for nonmembers. Day of ticket sales are $25 for adults and $15 for children. All children two and under are free.

This is one of the Zoo's most relaxing events and kids of all ages are welcome.

Event tickets include Zoo admission during the event, a signature Q ‘n Brew cup, two complimentary beverage tickets, animal encounters, live animal art, tortoise races, live art by Hollie Berry, live music provided by Slim Pickins, the opportunity to purchase dinner plates from vendors, games, and more. All proceeds will go to support the Chattanooga Zoo and its animals.

“Q ‘n Brew is a favorite with Zoo guests and staff,” says Dardenelle Long, Zoo CEO and president. “With an array of such a summer food staple, great music, and tasty drinks, it is a great, one-of-a-kind, fun family outing.”

Q ‘n Brew will be held on Saturday, July 20, from 6-9 p.m. at the Chattanooga Zoo. Tickets are now available online and will be sold the day of the event until sold out. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.chattzoo.org/zooevents/q-n-brew.

The 2019 Q ‘n Brew food vendors are Amaizeing Eats, Bareknuckles, Edley’s, Charlie’s BBQ & Bakery, and Sticky Fingers. The 2019 Q ‘n Brew sponsors are WUUQ, EPB, Tubatomic, Johnson Group, Vincent Printing, Twice the Ice, CocaCola Bottling Company, and Cherokee Distributing.


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