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New Times Brew at the Zoo: Tickets On Sale Now

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Lions, and tigers, and bears...all raise a glass to toast the third annual New Times Brew at the Zoo at Zoo Miami on Saturday, April 28 from 7 to 11 p.m.

Dozens of beers, ales, and spirits will be there for the drinking including old favorites, imports, and craft brews. Brew at the Zoo allows you to sample dozens of the finest beers in close proximity to the wildest beasts on the planet.

What's that you're saying? It's not a party without live music? We agree, and this year's live concert includes performances by Alien Ant Farm with opening act Pelvis and local favorite Vito.

Tickets are on sale now, so hurry because this event sells out every year, potentially leaving you to stay at home eating stale pizza while watching a Two and a Half Men marathon.

Tickets are only $30 for general admission in advance ($40 at the door,

if available). Seventy dollars gets you an extra hour of partying (VIP'ers

start at 6 p.m.) in our VIP exclusive area, where you'll find unlimited

beer and spirits samples, catered food, and early entry into the main

sampling area. Buy tickets via ticketfly.com.

Present your Brew at the Zoo ticket and get into Zoo Miami for free from

April 30 to May 4 or get 50 percent off admission to Zoo Miami through

September 30. You also have the

option of redeeming your tickets for up to a $30 credit on the Annual

Pass. None of these offers are valid with other discounts or coupons.

Check back with Short Order for a complete list of Brew at the Zoo

beers, coming soon. In the meantime, here's Alien Ant Farm performing Smooth Criminal:

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