Nov 17, 2014

Wild Lights at the @DetroitZoo #WildLights #DZWildLights #DZWL #VIOC #giveaway

One lucky fan will win a family four pack of tickets to the Wild Lights courtesy of the Detroit Zoo.  Metro Detroit Mommy has received tickets to this event in exchange for this promotional post.
The Detroit Zoo will light up the night for the first time in nearly a decade with Wild Lights, a spectacular holiday light display presented by Bank of America.  More than two million twinkling LED lights will brighten the evening sky and illuminate buildings, animal sculptures and trees through the front of the Zoo.

Read our review from last year here:

Wild Lights guests will take in the lights and sights along a half-mile trail and enjoy holiday entertainment and activities for kids of all ages.  Live performances will include carolers and the Off Broadway Productions mini-musical “Frosty’s Follies”.  A musical light show, cookie decorating, storytelling, ice carving demonstrations and a Lego city and train display will add to the festivities.  Seasonal refreshments, holiday spirits, photos with Santa (through Dec. 23), Wild Lights souvenirs and zoo-themed holiday gifts will be available for purchase.

Dates: November 22-24, 28-30 and December 5-7, 11-14, 18-23 and 26-31.
Time:  5:30 - 9 p.m.
Tickets: if you purchase your Wild Lights tickets online before November 21 they will be entered into a drawing for a Family Four Pack of Tickets to Dinner With Santa at the Detroit Zoo.

As a bonus this year, Zoo Members can get a discount at Valvoline:  

Whether your car is at 500 or 5000 miles, Valvoline Instant Oil Change is encouraging everyone to visit one of their 14 Metro Detroit locations to prepare for winter. Use your Detroit Zoo membership card to save 15% off of your entire invoice.  Please use the coupon below.

One lucky fan will receive a Free Oil Change  from Valvoline and one (1) set of 4 tickets to Wild Lights. Enter below for your chance to win:

Metro Detroit Mommy Blogger:

1 comment :

  1. First time in nearly a decade? Nope. They do this every year. I went with my family last year and the year before.