Quit monkeying around, it's time to get lit at Lincoln Park Zoo at their adults-only Halloween party on October 27th!
Ever wanted to get drunk at a zoo surrounded by exotic animals? It might not seem like it's the greatest idea to mix booze and wild animals, but it's happening at Lincoln Park Zoo at the end of the month!
I went to one of their Craft Brews Beer Festivals a few years back and it was awesome.
They had over 100 breweries you could taste test, pretzels to munch on when you got drunk, and so many gorgeous animals to visit while you drank the night away. I had an incredible time, so I can only imagine this after-hours party is going to be next level!
LINCOLN PARK ZOO'S ADULTS NIGHT OUT: HOWL-O-WEEN
"It’s adults only (18+) at the zoo’s spookiest after-hours event of the year. Guests will enjoy unique animal chats, a live DJ, and multiple bars throughout the zoo all evening." - Lincoln Park Zoo
There will be so many activities for you and your booze crew to get in on while you're at the party. Cornhole, giant Jenga, Connect Four, free rides on a dope carousel, animal visits, and of course your favorite: cash bars and hella food.
I think my favorite part about this event is that there will be absolutely no kids and they can guarantee that! Kid-free zone? Yes, PLEASE!
On Thursday, October 27th from 6:30pm-10pm at Lincoln Park Zoo you can drink the night away with friends and vibe to good music from the DJ.
Dressing up in your best costumes is also encouraged, just don't bring anything that could harm the animals or others around you! They're located at 2001 North Clark Street, Chicago
. Have a howling good time and stay safe - find tickets here
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