Popular Park singer ZEAL will perform at tomorrow’s Stereotype Sunday, it was announced today.
In a press release issued this afternoon, ZEAL’s manager, Lukas Numbat, confirmed the singer’s participation in the weekly event:
“It is with great pleasure that I announce on behalf of ZEAL that he will be performing tomorrow at the Ancient Open-Air Theatre during The Park’s Stereotype Sunday.”
According to the Department of Well-Being and Safety (DWBS), the event’s host, ZEAL will receive no compensation for his performance.
“It is not our policy to pay Animals who attend the event,” says Cornelius Kakapo, director of public relations for the DWBS.
This is the first time that any artist has performed at the event. Special guests in the past have included historians and other academics, and experts in the field of mental health.
According to Kakapo, ZEAL’s performance came via a suggestion from Holstein Fashion president Balbino Ko, who has agreed to cover ZEAL’s costs, including transportation, food, and accommodation for his band and backing singers. A passionate advocate for The Park’s striped and spotted population, ZEAL has performed at charity events in support of Holstein Fashion’s EQUALSS charity.
ZEAL is expected to use the occasion to debut his new single, “Crossing the Line.” Kakapo says he expects tomorrow’s event to be “extremely well-attended.”