PNC Bank Zoo Tunes is a concert series hosted by the Greenville Zoo Foundation. The purpose of Zoo Tunes is to raise funds for the Greenville Zoo.
We are proud to announce that renowned pedal steel guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Robert Randolph and The Family Band will be playing on Friday, August 10, 2018.
Event is from 7-10 pm with gates opening at 6:30 pm.
PNC Bank Zoo Tunes concerts are in an intimate and unique setting at the Greenville Zoo. In addition to amazing music in this unusual venue, we’ll have beer, wine and food offerings to complete the intimate VIP experience.
Opening for Robert Randolph and The Family Band is extraordinary blues artist Selwyn Birchwood.
About our Concert:
PNC Bank Zoo Tunes is open to adults age 21 and older, and a photo ID will be required to enter. Children will not be admitted to the event. Smoking and vaping are not allowed inside the zoo and pets are not permitted. PNC Bank Zoo Tunes will take place rain or shine. The Greenville Zoo will not issue refunds for this event, tickets are non-refundable. If you purchase a ticket and are unable to attend, the ticket can be sold or given away to another 21 year old and older. They must bring their photo ID and ticket to the event. This is an outdoor event with limited seating. Please no lawn chairs. Please dress according to the weather.
Tickets are non-refundable but can be resold or transferred.
EARLY BIRD PRICING SPECIAL FOR THOSE WHO BUY GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS BEFORE JULY 24: $50 PER PERSON!
General Admission tickets are $75. Food will be available to purchase from One Love Fusion Foods. Beer and wine will be $5 a cup.
VIP tickets are $125 and food and drinks are provided.
Please plan to bring your email registration confirmation as your ticket. All registrants will need to bring ID as well since it is a 21 and older event.
About our Artist:
Many musicians claim that they “grew up in the church,” but for Robert Randolph that is literally the case. The renowned pedal steel guitarist, vocalist and songwriter led such a cloistered childhood and adolescence that he heard no secular music while growing up. If it wasn’t being played inside of the House of God Church in Orange, New Jersey—quite often by Robert and members of his own family, who upheld a long but little known gospel music tradition called sacred steel—Randolph simply didn’t know it existed. Which makes it all the more remarkable that the leader of Robert Randolph and the Family Band—whose label debut for Sony Masterworks, Got Soul, was released on Feb. 17, 2017—is today an inspiration to the likes of Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana and Derek Trucks, all of whom have played with him and studied his technique. It wasn’t until he was out of his teens that Randolph broke away from the confines of hissocial and musical conditioning and discovered rock, funk,soul, jazzand the jam band scene, soon forging his own sound by fusing elements of those genres.“It was all church music. Randolph has been named one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time by Rolling Stone.
PNC Bank Zoo Tunes is sponsored by PNC Bank, Craig Gaulden Davis, Fairway Outdoor Advertising, Go With Garretts Golf Cars, David R. Price, JR., P.A. and Community Journals, and Fairway Outdoor Advertising.
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