CHICAGO (CBS) — A lot of people are eager to see the animals at Brookfield Zoo when it reopens. So many people tried to get advance tickets Friday that the zoo’s servers crashed.
Zoo members were invited to start reserving times tickets for their next visit through the zoo’s website, but just a few hours later a message appeared saying high demand overwhelmed their ticketing system.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Mainly Clear And Not As Cold Sunday Night
We apologize for the issues and we hope to have the system fixed ASAP. We will alert our members and announce when that is completed. #BrookfieldZoo (2/2)
— Brookfield Zoo (@brookfield_zoo) June 26, 2020READ MORE: At Least 20 Shot, 2 Killed In Weekend Violence In Chicago
Ticketing is now on hold while the zoo fixes the issues.
Brookfield Zoo opens to member July 1 and the general public July 8.MORE NEWS: Boy, 11, Shot And Wounded In West Pullman; He Is Second Child Shot In Area Within Week