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Revenge of the Sixth

I find your lack of wildlife disturbing!

Join us for this year’s galactic mystery event with a brand-new game! Be a part of the force that supports wildlife conservation across the galaxy. We need your help to solve the mystery and save endangered species. This event will include food stations, a cash bar, theatrical actors, cosplay and a photobooth all in the theme of a sci-fi space saga. Costumes/cosplay are optional but encouraged! 

Upon entry you will be guided to the game and go through interstellar security to check your identity, planet of origin and security clearance before you start the game. Enjoy food stations and play the game at your own pace, meeting otherworldly characters to solve the mystery and save endangered alien species. 

Date: Saturday, May 6, 2023
Time: First timed ticket entry is 5:30 p.m.; last timed ticket entry is 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. The game runs until 10:00 p.m. Entries will be staggered in 30 min intervals for better game play.
Price: $99 +GST

TICKETS ARE NOT SOLD ONSITE AND MUST BE PURCHASED ONLINE IN ADVANCE. 

  • All attendees must be 18 years or older and will be ID’d upon entry to the zoo

  • This is an 'adults only' experience (18+). Guests arriving for this experience with children/infants will not be admitted. No refunds will be provided.  

  • Ticket includes:  an interactive galactic themed game, food stations, alcoholic beverage tasting and an unforgettable evening of cosplay and fun. This event will have a cash bar.

  • This event is entirely accessible 

  • Special Requests for GF (Gluten Free) or V (Vegetarian) MUST BE PRE-ORDERED. Enter request in the Dietary Request field below.

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THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING WILDLIFE CONSERVATION!


Adult (18+)


Dress for the weather! The zoo is open year round with plenty of areas to explore both outdoors and indoors. Day admission, events, experiences happen rain, snow or shine. Purchases/tickets are non-refundable. See our website Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo for more details.