Located on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour, Twilight at Taronga offers a unique live music destination with breathtaking 180-degrees Sydney Harbour views.
And the music lineup for 2020 has just been announced.
With all proceeds contributing to Taronga Zoo’s ongoing conservation work including the Litter Free Ocean campaign, music-lovers can feel content knowing they’re getting a good night out while helping an incredibly worthy cause.
Now though, as we tend towards the end of 2019, the Twilight At Taronga series is back for another decade, with organisers today revealing the stunning lineup that will be gracing the stages over the warmer months.
Kicking things off at the end of January with New Zealand duo Broods, fans will see a stunning collection of names by way of Wolfmother, Pete Murray, Bernard Fanning, Sunnyboys, Kasey Chambers, James Morrison Big Band, Bjorn Again, Mavis Staples, and Meg Mac.
While it all ends with a Comedy Gala featuring Kitty Flanagan, Randy Feltface, and Luke McGregor. on March 7th, we’ll also get to see the all-star ARC performing The Beatles’ classic Abbey Road record live.
Meanwhile, Paul Kelly will showcase Thirteen Ways To Look At Birds, which brings together six musicians from broad-ranging backgrounds including James Ledger, Alice Keath, and Seraphim Trio.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the series, this year sees Twilight visitors being given the opportunity to come and experience Taronga Zoo’s brand new Wildlife Retreat by purchasing the ‘Twilight Wildlife Retreat Package’ that gives ticket holders first to access to the Twilight At Taronga lawns each night.
A stunning new eco-retreat nestled within Taronga Zoo, overlooking Sydney Harbour, the Retreat experience includes two guided morning walks through the Zoo before it opens to the public, to visit residents such as the Tasmanian devils, Red Kangaroos, and rare Australian birdlife.
Tickets go on resale for this amazing event this week.