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Fourth Annual

Saturday, May 5, 2018
5-8 PM
VIP entry 4 PM

Roar & Pour. It’s a wild wine tasting event where the animals stay out late and the Zoo is open so guests can stroll and sip. Enjoy live music by local favorite One Two Tree.

For ages 21 and over only.

$80/General Admission

Includes unlimited wine tastings and one Riedel commemorative glass, train rides, giraffe feedings, and exclusive access to Zoo grounds after hours.

$115/VIP  

Includes all general admission perks, plus early event entry (4–5 p.m.), appetizers, and animal encounters.

Rain or shine. 

A ROARING GOOD TIME

  • Wine tasting from the region’s leading wineries
  • Tasty eats available for purchase from local food trucks
  • Riedel commemorative wine glass
  • Zoo animals out late and zookeeper talks
  • Unique and beautiful event venue

All proceeds benefit the animals at the Santa Barbara Zoo.

 WINERIES WANTED

The success of Roar & Pour is due, in great part, to the generous donations of our winery partners. Won’t you join us this year? Register for Roar & Pour early, as space is limited.

ROAR & POUR | FOOD & DRINK

Alma Rosa Winery & Vineyards
August Ridge Vineyards
Barefoot Wine & Bubbly
Boochcraft
Casa Cassara Winery & Vineyard
Cass Winery
Clos des Amis
Cottonwood Canyon Vineyard & Winery
Cutler’s Artisan Spirits
Enterprise Fish Company
Fiddlehead Cellars
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company
The Grilled Cheese Truck

HEAT Culinary
Hippy Pop
J. Dusi Wines

Jean Marie Cidery
Kalyra Winery
Lions Peak
Lucas & Lewellen Vineyards
Margerum Wine Company
Martian Ranch & Vineyard
McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams
MCV Wines
Melville Winery
M. Special Brewery

Municipal Winemakers
Naughty Oak Brewing Co.
Nielson Wines
Opolo Vineyards
Potek Winery
Rincon Brewery
Santa Barbara Wine Therapy
Sol Wave Water
Talley Vineyards
Temperance Cellars
Turiya Wines
White Claw Hard Seltzer
Windrun Wine

DIRECTIONS

From U.S. 101, exit Cabrillo Boulevard.

Take East Cabrillo Boulevard to Niños Drive.

The Zoo is on the right after 1/10 mile.

The Zoo is approximately 30 minutes from Ventura, 50 minutes from the Santa Ynez Valley, and 90 minutes from Los Angeles.