An Evening of Girl Power

  • WildLive Safari Nights are back for 2022!
  • A memorable summer evening of live headline music
  • Enjoy an inclusive day visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park

"It's all about tonight" on Saturday 6th August 2022! We'll be 'dancing and singing and climbing up on the tables' as we're joined by the incredible Pixie Lott and Rebecca Ferguson PLUS performances from S Club 7s very own Jo O’Meara!

Enjoy a wild day out and "Turn it up" for an incredible evening of live music from Pixie Lott, the vocals behind massive hits "Mama Do" and "Boys & Girls". Joining her on the WildLive Stage; the critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Rebecca Ferguson who shot to fame in 2010's series of X Factor AND much-loved star of S-Club 7, now a successful solo artist Jo O'Meara.

This is a night of girl power you don't want to miss!

The concert arena is a large outdoor space with no provided seating. You are welcome to bring along your own foldable (low back) chair or picnic blanket. Please see the below FAQ for more details.


Most of our guests choose to sit on picnic rugs / picnic chairs at the concerts. You can of course choose to stand or dance the evening away! If you wish to be seated please bring along your own foldable picnic (low back) chair, rug or picnic blanket. Only one chair per person will be allowed. No tables or other equipment is permitted. Chairs will not be allowed immediately in front of the stage for the safety of guests who choose to stand.


Complimentary car parking is provided in our new car park located off Hurst Lane, Auckley, DN9 3HQ. This new car park is approximately a 20 minute walk from the concert arena and is free of charge.

Parking close to the Concert Arena is included with all Gold Concert Admission Tickets. Silver or Bronze ticket holders may purchase Arena Parking separately if they would like to park closer to the concert arena. Arena Parking can be pre-purchased online at an additional cost of £15.00 per vehicle. This can only be purchased online in advance. Arena Parking is located near DN4 6TB and can be accessed at any time from 10.00am along with entry to the Wildlife Park.


Concert tickets are valid for all-day admission to the Wildlife Park plus the Concert. Admission to the wildlife park is valid from 10am. Last entry into the Wildlife Park is at 7pm, animal walk-throughs and play areas are open until 7.30pm. Some areas of the park may close earlier.

The arena gates open at 17.45 with entertainment starting at around 18.00. The main act will start at approximately 7pm and continues until just after 9pm with a spectacular family-friendly (low-noise) firework finale.


Yes, Children under the age of 3 MUST hold a valid under 3’s ticket to be admitted free of charge.


The concert areas is divided into three separate spectator areas. Each ticket holder may only access the corresponding zone specified on their ticket. Gold is located closest to the stage with Bronze located at the rear of the arena. Please see the concert arena layout map for details. Gold ticket holders also benefit from car parking located closer to the arena entrance.


Awnings, gazebos or other tents of any kind are not allowed. These are likely to block the view of other guests.


There will be a range of hot and cold food, plus non-alcoholic drinks on sale within the concert arena.

You are welcome to pack the champers and hampers to accompany your evening. Food and drink will be allowed in the arena for personal consumption. Cool boxes and hampers are also allowed. Other picnic equipment e.g. tables are not permitted. Fires, BBQs, flames or heating devices of any kind are strictly prohibited.


You can bring wine in glass bottles for personal consumption. Please do not bring any other glass items including drinking glasses into the arena. Please choose food and drink in alternative packaging. Help us to keep the park tidy and all our guests safe by either taking your rubbish home or by using the rubbish bins located throughout the arena.


There are no ATM machines at the venue. However, all outlets accept card, contactless and mobile payments.


Designated male, female and accessible port-a toilets will be provided within the concert arena.


Photography / video taken at Yorkshire Wildlife Park cannot be used for any commercial purpose. Professional photographic equipment, video cameras, or audio recording devices are not allowed within the concert arena. The use of Aerial Drones, radio controlled helicopters and UAV devices of any design and configuration are strictly prohibited due to local air traffic restrictions.


Assistance dogs are allowed. No other animals are allowed on site. As the welfare of animals is one of our key objectives, we also do not allow pets to be left in vehicles.


Please come suitably prepared and ensure that your footwear is suitable for grass parkland. The concert will go ahead rain or shine. The concert would only be cancelled in extreme weather. The Wildlife Park, or select areas of the Park may be closed due to extreme weather.


To avoiding blocking the view for other audience members, it is better to bring a coat with a hood. Large golfing type umbrellas are not allowed in the concert arena.


No bikes, scooters, balance bikes or skateboards are allowed on site. For those arriving by bicycle, racks are provided in the Hive entrance plaza – Bikes are left at the owners risk. We do not provide facilities to recharge mobility scooters or electric wheelchairs.


New for 2022! The bangless fireworks will be replaced with a spectacular laser light display.


No child under the age of 16 will be admitted to the event unless they are accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or over at all times. Proof of age may be requested upon entry. Yorkshire Wildlife Park reserves the right to determine the ratio of adults in relation to children required for adequate supervision.


Accessibility information, about our concert events:

We want our WildLive Safari Nights concerts to be enjoyable and accessible for everyone.

Given the style of our concerts, the audience typically either stands, or sits on picnic blankets. We encourage everyone to bring the champers and hampers, along with your own portable seating / small fold-out chairs if required.

The site we use for the event is a green field – it’s a grass surface and doesn’t have any pathways. Mostly, the area is reasonably flat and even, as it’s regularly used for car parking. Nevertheless, please consider the ground conditions, and the possible impact of the changeable British weather, when deciding what facilities or equipment you wish to bring.

Our guests with mobility issues will have admission to the concert field 10 minutes before general entry.

The Wildlife Park opened a new entrance in summer 2021. It is approximately a 25 minute walk from the new main entrance and car parks, to the concert arena. Guests with mobility issues will however be able to park adjacent to the concert arena.

There will be a seated viewing area immediately in front of the stage available for wheelchair users and people with other disabilities, who need to remain seated during the show and for whom the standard viewing areas are not suitable. There is limited space in this area, and therefore we prioritise access for guests with long term disabilities. Once the area is full, we will not be able to provide access for further guests. This means that unfortunately the area is not available for guests who are able to stand or provide their own seating during the show, are pregnant, or have temporary health conditions, e.g. are using crutches / have a broken limb.

To reserve a space in this area, subject to availability, please call Yorkshire Wildlife Park 01302 535057 during opening hours to speak with a member of our contact centre team.

Due to the restricted space, guests using this viewing area may be accompanied by one other person. Proof of disability will be required to provide you with access to the viewing area.

An accessible toilet will be located close by, and there will be a large screen which will be showing close-ups of the acts as they perform.

Customers are advised that strobe and other lighting effects may be used during the performance.


Pixie Lott

One of the music industry's fastest-rising young stars her first single, 'Mama Do', debuted at No. 1 in the UK.

Her second album, Young, Foolish, Happy, was released in 2011 and further cemented her success. Containing collaborations with industry heavyweights Stevie Wonder, John Legend and Tinchy Stryder, she continued to blend classic soul with her unique modern twist. With influences from the Motown music of the sixties to modern-day divas Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, she has a soulful voice that echoes sounds from past era, but her catchy pop melodies keep her music fresh and relevant.

Rebecca Ferguson

Soulful singer-songwriter Rebecca Ferguson shot to fame after becoming the runner-up of the seventh series of The X Factor. Shortly after she was signed to the label Syco and released her debut album Heaven in 2011 which hit No.3 on the UK charts. The album yielded six singles including Nothing's Real but Love.

Ferguson released her second album, Freedom, in 2013. In 2015, she covered many jazz hits made famous by Billie Holiday in her third studio album.

Jo O'Meara

Singer, dancer and actress, formerly the lead singer of pop group S Club 7. Over the five years they were together, S Club 7 had 11 Top Ten singles (including 4 No.1 singles) and 3 Top Ten albums. They also had a string of No.1 singles throughout Europe, and top-ten singles in the United States, Asia, Latin America, and Africa. They recorded a total of four studio albums, released eleven singles and went on to sell over 17 million albums World-wide! Jo also had various acting roles whilst in the group, including TV series such as Miami 7, LA 7, Hollywood 7 and Viva S Club, and S Club's own movie, "Seeing Double".

All concert tickets include:

- Entry to the Yorkshire Hive 

- Entry to Yorkshire Wildlife Park until 8pm!

- Live Concert Entry

- Complimentary Car Parking

The live entertainment starts at 5pm 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 laser display!

YWP Members can access the wildlife park for FREE on Safari Nights. Member concert tickets must be purchased in advance online using the link above. Ensure you select the discounted members option.


Live Concert: 7.00pm – 9.00pm

*Subject to change

Concert tickets include entry into the corresponding arena viewing area PLUS day admission to Yorkshire Wildlife Park:


GOLD - Arena Car Parking + Nearest to the main stage with limited tickets available. 

SILVER - This large and spacious viewing section is closer to the stage than Bronze. Standard Car Parking included. 

BRONZE - Access to the viewing area towards the rear of the concert arena. Standard Car Parking included.

NOTE: The WildLive Arena is an unseated venue. Guests may bring along their own small foldable chairs or picnic blankets. See the FAQs tab for more info.


WildLive Safari Night Concert ticket include a full day of WILD animal fun, live evening entertainment and free car parking.

Pre-Booked Online Prices:













Senior or Student












Under 3






Disabled Adult






Disabled Senior






Disabled Child












Member Adult






Member Sdnt/Snr






Member Child 






Arena Car Parking (Optional upgrade)



£ 15.00/car





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