WILD LIVE SAFARI NIGHTS

The last to sing is the first to be announced! Yorkshire Wildlife Park are pleased to announce the first artist of the WildLive Safari Nights 2020.


Yorkshire Wildlife Park are pleased to announce the first of many acts to be performing at WildLive Safari Nights 2020 is Welsh Superstar Mezzo Soprano, Katherine Jenkins! 

On Saturday 29th August 2020, Katherine Jenkins OBE will conclude our series of Summer Safari Night Concerts running throughout the month of August. Katherine has recently become the world’s most successful classical singer, having 13 number one albums in 12 years. One of the many highlights of her career has been to lead her majesty the Queen’s 90th Birthday Concert at Windsor Castle.

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Katherine Jenkins will also be performing with a live orchestra and special guest Emanne Beasha. At 11 years old, the American/Jordanian singer already holds many successes to her name. She was crowned as Arabs Got Talent winner at the age of 8 and was a finalist on America’s Got Talent in 2019. Emanne is very excited to have been invited by Katherine to perform as her special guest at Yorkshire Wildlife Park.

If that wasn’t enough, WildLive Safari Nights offers you the chance to see some of the world’s rarest and most amazing animals after hours with extended evening opening times at YWP. All concert tickets also include full day entry to Yorkshire Wildlife Park, plus children under 3 go free!

The entertainment starts at 5pm on each evening, with local bands, live acoustic acts and other family entertainment before the headliners hit the concert arena stage between 6:30pm – 9pm.

Each night will conclude with a spectacular bangless Fireworks Finale!

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EVENT INFO

Yorkshire Wildlife Park WildLive Safari Nights include a full day of WILD animal fun plus live evening entertainment staring headline acts.

Pre-Booked Online Prices:

YWP Online

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Adult

 £            22.95

 £        29.95

 £          45.00

Senior / Student

 £            20.95

 £        27.95

 £          43.00

Child

 £            19.95

 £        26.95

 £          42.00

Under 3

 £                   -

 £               -

 £                 -

Disabled Adult

 £            16.95

 £        23.95

 £          39.00

Disabled Senior

 £            14.95

 £        21.95

 £          37.00

Disabled Child

 £            13.95

 £        20.95

 £          36.00

Carer

 £              6.00

 £          6.00

 £          6.00

Annual Pass Adult

 £              7.00

 £        12.95

 £          20.00

Annual Pass Child/Senior

 £              4.00

 £          9.95

 £          17.00

WildLive Arena diagram illustrating locations of the Gold, Silver and Bronze sections:

CAR PARKING:

Yorkshire Wildlife Park will be opening a brand new entrance and car park in Summer 2020.  Standard car parking will remain free of charge. The new entrance and car parks will be approximately a 15-20 minute walk from the concert arena.

Car Parking closer to the concert arena is included with ‘Gold’ Concert Admission Tickets. Silver or Bronze Concert ticket-holders can choose to pre-purchase Arena Car Parking online at a small additional cost of £5.00 per vehicle.

Click here to purchase Arena Car Parking which is closer to the main event.

Important Information:

In addition to Yorkshire Wildlife Park’s Standard Terms and Conditions of Entry.

**Please note this is a non-seated outdoor concert event** Picnic blankets and small foldable chairs are however permitted within the concert arena.

Yorkshire Wildlife Park reserves the right to make alterations to the advertised programme at any time and without advance notice. To ensure safety, we may conduct security searches of clothing, bags and all other items on entry and exit, and reserve the right at any time to confiscate items which may cause danger or disruption to the event, staff or members of the public. Loud music or noise can damage hearing and customers who attend the event do so at their own risk.

Guests with mobility issues will be able to park adjacent to the concert arena.

See the documents below if you have any further questions about the event, or about accessibility:

Frequently Asked Questions

Access Statement