As is tradition with many of Tucson’s attractions, Reid Park Zoo will begin holding evening hours this summer, starting Saturday, May 27.

Its Summer Safari Nights series will run 6 p.m.-8 p.m. each Saturday through August 12, and will feature a range of activities, including animal encounters, artifact stations, giraffe feedings, crafts and games, and carousel rides, according to the Reid Park Zoo website.

Each session will showcase a different “rock star animal” at the zoo, making every safari visit a different experience, the website said.

This Saturday’s rock stars are the squirrel monkeys, with local band Dos Sueos providing the music.

Admission is $10.50 with discounts for children ($6.50) and seniors ($8.50). Children 2 and younger are free. Zoo members also have free admission.