The city of Chicago’s newest park will light up its lights during the night to honor the city’s oldest resident.
The Bronzeville Zoo, a park that opened in 2010, has a capacity of about 3,500 animals.
The zoo’s light show will start at 6 p.m. on Saturday, according to a city press release.
The zoo will be closed from 8 p.t. to 9 p.o.m., and visitors will have to use public transportation.
The show will be accompanied by music, speeches and live entertainment from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Bronzewick Playhouse.
It will be held at the zoo’s new outdoor plaza.
The Zoo is currently in the process of transitioning its animal care to a new, indoor facility.