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Jazz Hands 2021: Zoo Edition

A 3D Science Comedy Event

March 23, 2021
730-930pm, doors 700pm
World Studio, Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30315

We are back! In person! At the Zoo! What could go wrong?

Scientists are funny! And because we’re scientists, we’ve got data to back that statement up! Back by popular demand, and *in 3D* come see scientists do stand-up comedy at Science Jazz Hands! Learn the answers to all of life’s mysteries, like “how can you make a math pun that bad?” and “how is religion like nuclear physics?”

For this Atlanta Science Festival event, a group of scientists will be trained in the art of funny.

Wanna be in the show? You don’t have to be funny. You just have to know something about science, technology, engineering, or math. We teach you the funny part. You already know the other stuff.
Apply by Jan 15th.

Support your local scientist as they do something *way outside* the box!

PS This event is not child friendly, and there will be beer.

Tickets – Tickets Go On Sale Jan 31

$20 Normal Humans
$10 Students

Getting There (this information directly from the Zoo Atlanta website)

Public Transit info:

Some route availability has changed. Visit itsmarta.com for current info, or download MARTA’s On the Go App for scheduling information, real-time bus and rail information, service alerts and connecting bus route(s) information.

Parking info:

Parking is conveniently located in the lot on Cherokee Avenue and in the new Grant Park Gateway parking facility on Boulevard. Effective as of Saturday, January 2, 2021, the City of Atlanta has transitioned to a paid parking program in both lots.

These are public parking lots and are the property of the City of Atlanta. The lots are managed by AAA Parking, under contract with and under the purview of the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority. Rates will be $3 an hour for a maximum of $12 a day. To aid you in your planning, we estimate the program will be between 2 and 3 hours.

After hours zoo access is via the gate at the south end of the Cherokee Ave Lot. 

Updated on December 14, 2021

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