2 or 4 tickets to Yorkshire Wildlife Park inc Russell Watson, Heather Small, S Club 3 or Shane Filan Wildlive concert from £22.50 instead of £45 @ Wowcher
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2 or 4 tickets to Yorkshire Wildlife Park inc Russell Watson, Heather Small, S Club 3 or Shane Filan Wildlive concert from £22.50 instead of £45 @ Wowcher

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Refreshed 19th Jul (Posted 17th Jul)
Nice idea for day out in the summer for 2 adults or with the kids.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park are running Wild Life concerts in the summer with Russell Watson, Heather Small, Shane Filan and S Club 3 called Wildlive.

Tickets for 2 adults are £22.50 instead of £45 or tickets for 4 which can be 2 adults and 2 kids or 1 adult and 3 kids for £33.50. You get a full day in the wildlife park with entry for 10am on the morning of the concerts and the concerts start at 5pm with headline acts on stage from 7pm until 9pm.

2 adult and 2 children entry in advance just for the Wildlife Park is £64 so not including the price of the concert for £33.50 its great value!

S Club 3 are supported by The Honeyz, Booty Luv, and Big Brovaz
Valid on 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th Aug 2018 only

4th August - S Club 3
11th August - Shane Filan
18th August - Heather Small
25th August - Russell Watson

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Nothing says “I love animals” more than a firework display.
S club 3.... how very, very tragic
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S club 3.... how very, very tragic
Their website says it's an extra £5pp for entry to the"concert" area, anyone know if still applies with the Wowcher offer?
DBDB13 m ago

Their website says it's an extra £5pp for entry to the"concert" area, …Their website says it's an extra £5pp for entry to the"concert" area, anyone know if still applies with the Wowcher offer?


Nothing in the fine print says you get admission from 10am and the concert and fireworks after
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s CLUB 3!? LMFAO!!!
Went to this wildlife park recently. I don’t normally like this type of thing as don’t like to see animals cooped up but the animals have lots of space and look well cared for. It was a lovely day out. I’d thoroughly recommend it.
Mmm... not too sure they have the headline act the right way round with S Club 7 minus 4 . The others lokk better even if they had all 7.
Good day out for the kids but seems a rather long day. Done this park comfortably with seeing everything in sub 4 hours including food so if you are going dont get there before opening or youll be twoddling your thumbs by 3pm.
Don't know much about the acts, but I highly recommend the park. Much better than any zoo.
Nothing says “I love animals” more than a firework display.
dribspak17th Jul

S club 3.... how very, very tragic


Is there an "S Club 4" somewhere lol
Great deal compared with say Chester Zoo. I’ve never been here but it has great reviews. Cheers OP
jayonline8518th Jul

Nothing says “I love animals” more than a firework display.


They are special silent fireworks so as to take the animals into consideration. The park cares more about its animals than most places and I would highly recommend it to all
Thanks for this...just purchased the family deal for the 4th August HOWEVER any thoughts on how we go about actually being a family of 5?? Youngest was 3 (early June), concert says age 3+ (would pay the additional £5 if needed for a concert ticket) yet entrance to the park for under 3 is free therefore we could *cough* say he is 3 few days after the visit date to get him in....decisions, decisions...
Jason_Berman1 h, 30 m ago

They are special silent fireworks so as to take the animals into …They are special silent fireworks so as to take the animals into consideration. The park cares more about its animals than most places and I would highly recommend it to all


What’s the point in watching a silent firework display? Imagine a silent bonfire night

If the park cares more about the animals why aren’t they free in the wild rather than making profit from them in tiny spaces if they’re not on the endangered species list
jayonline8520 h, 38 m ago

What’s the point in watching a silent firework display? Imagine a silent b …What’s the point in watching a silent firework display? Imagine a silent bonfire night If the park cares more about the animals why aren’t they free in the wild rather than making profit from them in tiny spaces if they’re not on the endangered species list



If you like the noises so much you could just listen to some pops and bangs you've recorded on headphones. I'd rather have no noise than a noise that causes distress- thinking about it I think bonfire night as a whole would be better without the noises that go on and on all through the season.
Obviously the park is a business, but it has a charity, the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation, which does try and help preserve endangered species in their own habitat, as well as captivity.
The thing I like about this place is that the animals are not in tiny spaces. Some of them are taken from conventional zoo's are rehomed, the lions from Romania is the example I think most of us are aware of, who were poorly fed (on chicken if I recall) and in horrifically small cages.
I'm sure it's not perfect, but it's the best example of an area to see interesting animals and learn about them that I have seen.
Mark_P-97fc0.763162 h, 19 m ago

If you like the noises so much you could just listen to some pops and …If you like the noises so much you could just listen to some pops and bangs you've recorded on headphones. I'd rather have no noise than a noise that causes distress- thinking about it I think bonfire night as a whole would be better without the noises that go on and on all through the season.Obviously the park is a business, but it has a charity, the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation, which does try and help preserve endangered species in their own habitat, as well as captivity. The thing I like about this place is that the animals are not in tiny spaces. Some of them are taken from conventional zoo's are rehomed, the lions from Romania is the example I think most of us are aware of, who were poorly fed (on chicken if I recall) and in horrifically small cages.I'm sure it's not perfect, but it's the best example of an area to see interesting animals and learn about them that I have seen.


Lol the noises cause distress to you? Wow(excited)

The best example of an area to see interesting animals and learn about them is the wild. I suppose prison is the best place to see and learn about humans because that’s all it is, a prison. Go ahead and cheer on S club 7 while learning about the animals in the best environment. Don’t forget your s club t shirt
Edited by: "jayonline85" 21st Jul
jayonline8516 m ago

Lol the noises cause distress to you? Wow(excited) The best example of an …Lol the noises cause distress to you? Wow(excited) The best example of an area to see interesting animals and learn about them is the wild. I suppose prison is the best place to see and learn about humans because that’s all it is, a prison. Go ahead and cheer on S club 7 while learning about the animals in the best environment. Don’t forget your s club t shirt


Can't say I've heard of the acts, I'm not interested. Yes, fireworks exploding can be distressing to many creatures, be it a pet dog, a tiger in captivity, or a person trying to rest.
Mark_P-97fc0.7631634 m ago

Can't say I've heard of the acts, I'm not interested. Yes, fireworks …Can't say I've heard of the acts, I'm not interested. Yes, fireworks exploding can be distressing to many creatures, be it a pet dog, a tiger in captivity, or a person trying to rest.


Exactly what my original comment was about 👇🏾
jayonline8518th Jul

Nothing says “I love animals” more than a firework display.



Then you told me to get headphones to listen to recorded firework sounds without me even saying anything to you. Does it seem like I want to watch or listen to a firework display at a zoo?
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