Birds in Concert 2015

Join us for our 2015 Birds in Concert series this August! World Bird Sanctuary’s in-house band, “The Raptor Project” performs songs from their popular children’s environmental education CDs while birds fly just inches over your heads. Fun songs include “Turkey Named Fred”, “Roadkill Shiver”, “What’s the Matter”, “Animal Noises” and others. “Raptor Project” performances are followed by performances by local artists such as Javier Mendoza and others. Games and giveaways from Whole Foods Market and St. Louis Sprout and About. Sponsored by Ameren Missouri.

When: Every Thursday evening in August
August 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Admission and parking is FREE.
No reservations required.



August 6th: Raptor Project followed by Javier Mendoz
August 13th: Raptor Project
August 20th: Raptor Project followed by Fowl Play
August 27th: Babaloo followed by the Raptor Project


August 6th: Raptor Project followed by Javier Mendoza

Raptor Project
World Bird Sanctuary's in-house band, "The Raptor Project" takes to the stage to perform songs from their popular children's environmental education CDs. Fan favorites from the "Save the Future" and "All Along the Watershed" albums include "Turkey Named Fred", "Roadkill Shiver," "What's the Matter," "The Greatest Possum," and "Animal Noises." Learn fun and exciting facts about the animals we share our planet with as they share the stage with The Raptor Project! Audience participation is encouraged!


Javier Mendoza
Javier has sold over 50,000 albums and has received many honors throughout his career, including “Best Solo Artist”, “Best Male Vocalist” & “Best Pop Artist” by the Riverfront Times Music Awards. He was also a finalist in the Independent Music Awards and was selected as a Budweiser True Music Artist. Javier has released 14 albums and shared the stage with such notable artists as Willie Nelson, Los Lobos, The Roots, Ben Folds and many more. His dedication to creating new and different material and his passion for live performance keeps bringing the fans back again and again. Whether he’s playing for 10 people or a crowd of 10,000, Javier makes each show unforgettable. The physical and emotional energy he delivers is truly amazing and must be experienced to be believed.

August 13th: Raptor Project

Raptor Project
World Bird Sanctuary's in-house band, "The Raptor Project" takes to the stage to perform songs from their popular children's environmental education CDs. Fan favorites from the "Save the Future" and "All Along the Watershed" albums include "Turkey Named Fred", "Roadkill Shiver," "What's the Matter," "The Greatest Possum," and "Animal Noises." Learn fun and exciting facts about the animals we share our planet with as they share the stage with The Raptor Project! Audience participation is encouraged!


August 20th: Raptor Project followed by Fowl Play

Raptor Project
World Bird Sanctuary's in-house band, "The Raptor Project" takes to the stage to perform songs from their popular children's environmental education CDs. Fan favorites from the "Save the Future" and "All Along the Watershed" albums include "Turkey Named Fred", "Roadkill Shiver," "What's the Matter," "The Greatest Possum," and "Animal Noises." Learn fun and exciting facts about the animals we share our planet with as they share the stage with The Raptor Project! Audience participation is encouraged!


Fowl Play Enjoy Fowl Play as they cover popular rock and pop songs from the classics to recent hits!

August 27th: Babaloo followed by the Raptor Project

Babaloo
www.babaloomusicandfun.com







Raptor Project
World Bird Sanctuary's in-house band, "The Raptor Project" takes to the stage to perform songs from their popular children's environmental education CDs. Fan favorites from the "Save the Future" and "All Along the Watershed" albums include "Turkey Named Fred", "Roadkill Shiver," "What's the Matter," "The Greatest Possum," and "Animal Noises." Learn fun and exciting facts about the animals we share our planet with as they share the stage with The Raptor Project! Audience participation is encouraged!