Nashville, TN – Night at the Nashville Zoo will wow you as Night Visions: A Wild Display of Light and Sound opens to the public on April 15, 2022.
This after-hours event features projection lights, whimsical imagery and sound through an immersive celebration of art and nature. Night Visions will run Thursday through Sunday evenings through July 17.
After sunset, guests will stroll along a zoo path and be immersed in a breathtaking spectacle.
Klip Collective creates site-specific sensory experiences using a unique synthesis of projection mapping, lighting and sound design. Klip’s installations are dynamic, layered transformations of architecture and nature into large-scale, visual and auditory works of art. The collective includes a team of production and technical partners who create together under the unified vision and direction of video and installation artist, Ricardo Rivera.
Klip’s first sound and light exhibition, Nightscape, was presented at Longwood Gardens in 2015. Klip subsequently created Electric Desert at the Desert Botanical Garden, the Art Walk at Hermitage Farm, and Night Forms: dreamloop at Grounds For Sculpture. Learn more about Klip Collective at www.klip.tv
Projection mapping screens will be installed in several different areas of the zoo, including the Entrance Village, Tiger Crossroads, Peru Expedition: Andean Bear Hike, and Jungle Gym play area. One night admission to Night Visions is $23.00 for adults and $19.00 for children (ages 2-12). Members save $2.00 per single admission ticket. Enjoy unlimited visits for the duration of the event with the Platinum Pass at $35.00 for adults and $29.00 for children (2-12 years old). Children under 2 years old are free.
Tickets will soon be available online and at the door on event nights. For more information on Night Visions, visit nashvillezoo.org/night-visions.
About the Nashville Zoo
The Nashville Zoo is a non-profit organization celebrating 25 years in Grassmere. The zoo is an accredited member of the Zoo and Aquarium Associations, exemplifying the highest standards in animal care and husbandry. The Nashville Zoo is actively engaged in conservation research, habitat protection, breeding programs, and education initiatives in our backyard as well as around the world.
With the support of the Nashville community, donors and sponsors, including our experience partners: Coca-Cola Consolidated and Honda Dealerships of Middle Tennessee, the zoo is ranked Middle Tennessee’s #1 tourist attraction and hosts over 100,000 visitors. a million visitors a year. The Nashville Zoo is located at 3777 Nolensville Pike, just 6 miles south of downtown.
For more information about the Nashville Zoo, visit www.nashvillezoo.org