This post is brought to you by the Audubon Zoo.
October is here and it’s almost time for one of my favorite Halloween events, supporting two of my favorite NOLA institutions. That’s right, it’s almost time for Boo at the Zoo again, presented by Bryan Subaru, and supporting the Audubon Nature Institute and Children’s Hospital New Orleans.
For four fun nights, the Audubon Zoo will be transformed into a safe Halloween party for all ages. The bigger kids can get a thrill on the ghost train ride and the little ones can play age-appropriate games in the cool zoo area. There will also be scary and non-scary haunted houses so you can pick your fright level based on the age of your little ones.
Three Children - Trick or Treat
It’s not a New Orleans party without music and Boo at the Zoo does not disappoint when it comes to musical entertainment. There will be two stages of entertainment with the Pop Princesses, The Super Stars, Gal Holiday and others all scheduled to appear (please check the schedule if there’s a particular event you’d like to see and purchase accordingly).
Boo at the Zoo will be happening Friday, October 20th, Saturday, October 21st, and Friday October 27th and Saturday October 28th, 2016. The gates open at 5PM so even the littlest ghosts and goblins can join the fun, and goes on until 9PM so there’s plenty of time for your big kids to have fun. Tickets are $17 per person and available right here on the Audubon website. Tickets do sell out so get yours as soon as possible.

Northshore Parent loves the Audubon Institute and Children’s Hospital, and we also love giveaways. You know what that means? We’ve got a family four pack of tickets to Boo at the Zoo up for grabs. Giveaway runs for a week, and you can enter below. Best of luck!

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Hi, I'm Katy. Mom to four sweet boys ages 10, 6, 6, and 5. It's a loud, messy, chaotic life. I love connecting with other parents and am so glad you stopped by today!