Music in the Zoo will feature The B-52's, Ben Harper, Herbie Hancock and more

This will be the 25th anniversary season of Music in the Zoo.
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On Saturday, the Minnesota Zoo announced the final lineup for this summer's Music in the Zoo concerts. It'll feature 31 nights of music by artists ranging from The B-52's and Pat Benatar, to Ben Harper and Herbie Hancock.

This will be the 25th anniversary season of Music in the Zoo.

Tickets go on sale April 22. You can buy them here.

Here's the schedule:

June

Delta Rae with Lauren Jenkins – June 14

Buddy Guy – June 16

Boz Scaggs – June 18

Dark Star Orchestra – June 22

Mason Jennings with The Pines – June 24

Asleep at the Wheel & Official: Dale Watson – June 25

Ziggy Marley – June 30

July

The B-52's – July 2

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals – July 6

Choo Choo Soul – July 9

Natalie Merchant – July 10

Robert Cray – July 12

Jonny Lang – July 14

Amos Lee – July 18 and 19

Jerry Jeff Walker – July 21

Mary Chapin Carpenter – July 29

Steve Earle & The Dukes with The Cactus Blossoms & The Mastersons – July 30

August

Gear Daddies with The Nadas – Aug. 5

Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo – Aug. 8

Los Lonely Boys with Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers – Aug. 9

Dave Koz and Larry Graham – Aug. 10

Herbie Hancock – Aug. 11

BoDeans – Aug. 12

Josh Thompson – Aug. 13

John Butler Trio with Landon McNamara – Aug. 18

Eric Hutchinson – Aug. 2o

Gregory Alan Isakov & Blind Pilot – Aug. 22

Five For Fighting with String Quartet – Aug. 25

The Indigo Girls – Aug. 29 and 30

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