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2015 Feast With the Beasts

The 10th annual food, beer, and wine celebration

Featuring more than 60 restaurants

With musical guest Better Than Ezra

November 6, 2015

7 p.m. – 11 p.m.

View the 2014 Program

Event is for guests 21 and older

General Admission tickets:

$109 Zoo Members

$119 Non-Members

This event is rain or shine.

Tickets will be on sale beginning Wednesday, September 2.


Better Than Ezra Performs on the H-E-B Stage

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Before their omnipresent 1995 single “Good” hit No. 1, before their debut album Deluxe went double platinum, before popular shows such as Desperate Housewives licensed their song “Juicy,” before Taylor Swift attested to their timeless appeal by covering their track “Breathless” — New Orleans’ Better Than Ezra was a pop-rock act paying its dues, traveling from town to town in a ramshackle van. Over two decades after the band formed, that vigilance still resonates strongly with the trio, who were finally rewarded after seven years of stubbornly chasing their dreams. “This band,” notes bassist Tom Drummond, “has never been handed anything.”

More about Better Than Ezra

Interested in becoming a Feast with the Beasts sponsor or purchasing a table in the Bud Light VIP lounge? Contact Hunter Greene at 713-533-6754 or hgreene@houstonzoo.org.

VIP PARTY

This $179 VIP experience will allow you to enter the Zoo 30 minutes early so you can enjoy Feast with the Beasts with no lines! Your VIP ticket also gains you access into the Bud Light Lounge hosted by 94.5 The Buzz’s Rod Ryan, where you’ll enjoy private patio seating, an open bar, and animal experiences just for you.


Frequently Asked Questions

Below are the answers to the most common questions we get:

Remind me again when the event is?
How can I purchase tickets?
What all does my ticket include?
Can you tell me more about the VIP Tickets to the private Bud Light Lounge?
How old do I have to be to attend?
Will there be any animal guests?
What is the attire?
Where do I park?
What if I have to cancel prior to the event?
Is my ticket price tax deductible?
What if it rains?
Who should I call if I have any other questions?
Call our call center at 713-533-6500 with event questions, questions about purchasing tickets or our online ordering system, or email feast@houstonzoo.org.

Restaurants Who Participated in 2014

2014 Feast With the Beasts Restaurants

Interested in becoming a restaurant participant? Contact Lauren St. Pierre at 713-533-6613 or lstpierre@houstonzoo.org.


About Feast with the Beasts

The 2014 Feast with the Beasts event featured 65 of Houston’s hottest restaurants, special animal presentations and feedings, and a live performance by Sugar Ray. Money raised helps support the care and feeding of the over 6,000 animals that call Houston Zoo home. Make sure you subscribe to the Houston Zoo e-mail newsletter for all Feast details.

Launched in the fall of 2006 as a fundraiser for the Houston Zoo, Feast with the Beasts was an instant hit! The Zoo’s naturally wild environment and 6,000 animals offer an unprecedented venue for this wine, beer and food event.

The 2006 event had 33 restaurant participants. The event has grown to feature more than 60 Houston-area restaurants, all serving their best dish, plus a live concert performance.

We’ve had sell-out crowds for the past four years, welcoming over 4,000 guests each year. Tickets sold out weeks in advance. With great restaurants like Taste of Texas, The Melting Pot and more, plus a rockin’ show, Feast with the Beasts is the place to be!


About the Houston Zoo

The Houston Zoo is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a fun, unique, and inspirational experience fostering appreciation, knowledge, and care for the natural world. Fundraising is essential to the Houston Zoo, and we could not continue our mission without support from the Houston community.

Feast with the Beasts is not only a much-talked about and well-loved annual event, but also one of the Houston Zoo’s largest fundraisers of the year. This event raised almost $1,000,000 in its first three years! All money raised goes to the Houston Zoo’s conservation, education, and animal care programs.