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Brew at the Zoo is Coming: Get Half-Priced Tickets Today

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Brew at the Zoo is back and better than ever.

Where else can you sample over 100 different beers, enjoy a live concert, and mingle with friends -- all in close proximity to a bunch of wild predators? 

On Saturday, May 4, from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m., get ready to party with the animals when New Times' Brew at the Zoo returns to Zoo Miami for the fourth time.

Miami's largest beer festival,
not only showcases over 100 local, craft, imported, and domestic beer, but you'll enjoy interactive games; animals (both party and furry); food and fun at this exciting event, too!

In addition to drinking all you want of established favorites and new

small-batch craft beers, Brew at the Zoo is bringing you an awesome

concert by Naughty by Nature, with special appearances by the Miami New

Times' own Uncle Luke and Madai (the newest addition to the Mr. 305,

Inc. -- Pitbull's record label.

Tickets for Brew at the Zoo are

$35 in advance for general admission, $75 for VIP, which includes entry

at 6 p.m. for an additional hour of fun and access to the VIP tent.

Want cheaper tickets? Take advantage of Voice Daily Deals' special offer now to purchase general admission tickets for only $17 -- that's over half off the regular price!

But

hurry -- because Brew at the Zoo typically sells out way before the

actual event -- and you don't want to be caught home alone while all

your friends are having a zoo-tastic time, like in this video:

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