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Take Dad to Nashville SC Days at the Zoo

A special Father's Day promotion for the June 17th Nashville Soccer Club match, free NSC swag, a special craft station and more!

Nashville Zoo is partnering with Nashville Soccer Club to celebrate rockstar dads this Father’s Day weekend by offering a special promotion.

Guests holding tickets for the June 17th soccer match can receive a $2 discount on Zoo admission for June 17 and June 18. When making Zoo reservations for the weekend, use the discount code ‘nscday’ to activate the discount. Nashville Zoo guests can also score discounted NSC tickets to the June 17th soccer match.

About Nashville Soccer Club Day Nashville Zoo

  • Enjoy special Nashville Soccer Club signage displayed throughout the Zoo at animal habitats featuring players and their favorite species
  • Get free goodies, while supplies last, from NSC representatives
  • Be on the lookout for a special appearance from the NSC Mascot, Tempo
  • Visitors are encouraged to show their Nashville Soccer Club team pride by wearing NSC jerseys, t-shirts, gear and more when visiting the Zoo
  • On Saturday, K-LOVE Radio will be offering a special craft station that families can visit to make a special gift for dad

As guests stroll pathways this father’s weekend, they can spot some favorite dad and baby duos in their habitats. Venture through bamboo trail and see Emilio, the brand-new red ruffed lemur dad with his 10-week-old baby, Penelope.

Visit the spider monkey habitat and watch dad Sandy, and baby Dottie, the Zoo’s 1-year-old baby Mexican spider monkey as she learns how to swing independently through the trees. Guests can also stop by the amphitheater at 1 and 2 p.m. for the Wild Works animal show and watch the Zoo’s ambassador animals demonstrate their natural abilities.

For information on the discounted tickets, please visit nashvillezoo.org.

 

 

About the Author

Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.