As Leo season reaches its peak, Animal Adventure Park is ready to celebrate the king of the jungle with their third Park After Dark event of the season.

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This Saturday, August 26, visitors can join in the festivities while supporting lion conservation efforts, as a portion of all park sales from Park After Dark: Rock & Roar will be donated to this cause.

Park After Dark events offer memorable evenings filled with family-friendly activities, delicious food, beverages, live music, and, of course, the opportunity to connect with a variety of fascinating animals. As the sun sets on the hills of Harpursville, guests can enjoy a special "golden hour" experience that enhances the magic of the event.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, August 26, as the event kicks off at 5 p.m. and runs until 8 p.m. It's important to note that the park will be closed to the general public at 4 p.m. to prepare for this event.

This Park After Dark event promises an evening celebrating animals, music, vendors, and beverages, all with the ultimate goal of supporting lion conservation. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere as you enjoy a musical performance by Kevin Ludwig. Let the music set the rhythm for the night as you savor a variety of delicious dishes and adult beverages offered by the park's vendors.

For those looking to do some shopping, there will be several participating vendors offering an array of products to browse and purchase. It's an opportunity to find unique items while contributing to the cause.

Please note that regular park admission rates apply for the event, but it's free for members of Animal Adventure Park.

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