Saturday, June 27, 2015
7 - 11 p.m.
Thanks to the support of local businesses and sponsors, a dedicated committee of community leaders and about 1,600 guests, Roger Williams Park Zoo’s annual fundraising event “Zoobilee! Feast with the Beasts,” held on Saturday, June 28, 2014, raised over $245,000 for the Zoo. Proceeds from the fundraiser will directly support the Zoo’s 2015 environmental education programs, Zoo improvements, and conservation initiatives that are working to save threatened and endangered species both locally and around the world.
Zoobilee is the Zoo's largest annual fundraiser. Each year partygoers enjoy fine fare from dozens of the area's best restaurants, caterers and bars, as well as fabulous entertainment including live music and dancing, and other fun surprises!
Even if you can't join the party, you can still have fun while supporting the Zoo, thanks to the Zoobilee online auction, featuring a wide array of items, from animal encounters to sports memorabilia, animal artwork, vacation getaways and more. All proceeds from the event and the auction help to support the Zoo's environmental education and wildlife conservation programs!
PLEASE NOTE: The Zoo will close at 2pm on Saturday, June 27, 2015 to accommodate preparation for Zoobilee: Feast with the Beasts! The last admission will be at 12pm (noon). Thank you for understanding.
Don't miss out on the wildest time you'll ever have supporting a good cause!
Tickets for Zoobilee 2015 are not yet available.
Zoobilee! Feast with the Beasts features dozens of the area's best restaurants, caterers and bars.
A list of restaurants for 2015 is not yet available.
For your entertainment, we have a lineup packed with live music, and many more fun surprises.
The 2015 Entertainment Lineup is not yet available.
Zoobilee's online auction has a wide variety of items and experiences that anyone can enjoy!
The 2015 Zoobilee Auction is not yet available.
THANK YOU to our generous sponsors and committee members who help to make Zoobilee! Feast with the Beasts not only possible, but a wild fundraising success!