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Second Annual Brew at the Zoo Set for April 30

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Your girlfriend always tells you that your friends are animals, so prove her right and take her (and all of your buddies) to the second annual New Times & Zoo Miami Brew at the Zoo this April 30. Sample beer and spirits from around the world, eat great food, and enjoy live entertainment at the wildest place in town, Zoo Miami.

The legendary Otis Day and the Knights from the movie Animal House will perform live. Opening for Otis are the Blues Brothers and local favorite Roscoe Martinez.

General admission hours are 7 to 11 p.m., but go VIP, baby, and enjoy a special VIP preview hour from 6 to 7 p.m., a designated VIP tent, unlimited beer and spirits samples, and catered food. VIP sells out quickly, so get yours today.

After the event, see real animals up close and personal with free admission to Zoo Miami from April 30 to May 4 when you present your Brew at the Zoo ticket, or get 50 percent off a Zoo Miami admission through September 30 with your Brew at the Zoo ticket.

General admission tickets cost $30 in advance and $40 at the gate. VIP tickets are $70. The event sold out last year, so click here to order tickets today.

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