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Jul 22, 2017
7:00PM
2CellosPortland, OR
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Sep 09, 2017
7:00PM
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pink Martini Concert at As always, the band was superb. All the musicians are first rate. I love that both China and Storm were there. I also loved Ari Shapiro. Tom Lauderdale is a very creative, innovative and masterfiul piano player. The venue was perfect.
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great music but food, drinks, setup is a mess We have been attending zoo concerts for ~20 yrs, since the good days when the zoo had concerts on Wed and Thursdays. We went this year to see Steel Pulse and Ziggy Marley. On the plus side, the sound quality was awesome. Definitely much improved. Steel Pulse rocked the house. It was good have ushers showing where the green open spots were on the lawn. But that's where the positive part ends. For starters, we got there at 5 PM and then had to stand in line after ticket check etc for 20 mins before we could even walk towards the lawn. Not sure how that made anything more organized. Then, the food and drink lines were insane - 40+ people deep with at least a 25 min wait. Which meant the choice was to either get food/drinks or miss the concert. The wines were cheap quality, priced as if they were premium and wines glasses were filled only half way up, when the wine cups were small to begin with! Got 2 beers during the entire evening from 5:30 PM - 10 PM. Tried to go 3 more times - but it was a 25-30 min wait. So if the zoo intended to make more $s, it actually backfired. I spent the least money i've ever spent in the past. And what happened to buying wine by the bottle? i guess the profit margin is way better if zoo sells ultra cheap wine (only one selection) by half glass for $8! If the zoo director's intent is to make more money (for a non-profit organization!!) to grow the zoo, then this is not the right strategy. It's gone full circle and now the zoo is looking at diminishing returns. Here are 3 suggestions in the spirit of offering ideas, not just complaints: 1. PLEASE add 6-8 more cash registers so lines are no more than 5 mins deep. You will sell a lot more beverages. 2. Bring back wines by the bottle. Showcase oregon wineries like you used to. And please make them available to buy at the Afri Cafe also. 3. Allow people to bring foods again. If someone wants to enjoy the food carts, then great. But many people have food allergies and can't take the risk of eating at these carts. The work around is to eat an early dinner before going to the zoo. And that's what we did. In the past, we would bring small snacks and allergy free foods for those in our family who couldn't take the risk. Others would buy something extra later. Now, i didn't buy anything at the zoo as i ate before i went there expecting very long lines (which turned out to be true). And wasn't able to buy any more drinks past my 2 beers. If we are allowed to bring our food, there will be less lines at the food carts and more folks like me would actually buy food there. And if you won't allow outside food to be brought in, then you must at least double your food selection so lines are no more than 10 mins deep and your customers can spend more time listening to the music they paid top $s for instead of waiting in line. If the goal of the Zoo leadership team is to make more money for the Zoo, then i believe you are at a point of diminishing returns at the expense of your customer experience. Zoo concerts used to be very fun. We kept our zoo membership over the years so we could attend the wed-thurs concerts. But ever since the Zoo came up with this new format, it is no longer fun and we are no longer Zoo members. We don't plan to attend any more zoo concerts unless it's an incredibly compelling band (like steel pulse) and then we will work around the issues by eating in advance, having some drinks before we go and then just focus on the music when we get there. That way we are maximizing the experience we spent our money for and enjoy the concert instead of standing in the food and drink lines. Focus on customer experience and the rest will follow. Focus on revenue and margin first and you will end up in the zone of diminished returns with unhappy visitors. Happy to discuss more with the right folks on your side if you want to get any more input or clarify anything here.
Date published: 2016-08-06
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