Twilight at Taronga

Spend an evening at one of the city's most iconic locations, surrounded by wildlife, while chilling out to some live tunes.

Long, lazy, sun-drenched evenings are one of the best parts of late summer. And along with that is the chance to enjoy some incredible live music in a truly wonderful location: Taronga Zoo.

 

The 2018 Twilight at Taronga Concert series is now underway, bringing you a nightly feast of music from some of Australia’s best musicians. And what’s more, it’s free, with entry already included in your standard zoo entry fee.

 

This year, the line-up includes some truly incredible talents, including those of Triple J darlings The Preatures, the incredible Kate Miller-Heidke (complete with a string quartet), Dan Sultan, and Aussie legend James Reyne.

 

Set up in the form a grand picnic, you can bring your own snacks and food along with your favourite blanket and cushions but no alcohol is permitted into the venue. The event is licensed, however, and you can buy refreshments including wine and beer from bars onsite.

 

Please note: Guests will need to exit the Zoo by 5pm to join the Twilight at Taronga line for re-entry at 6:00pm. Valid only for the same day as your concert ticket.

 

For more information on sets, performers, and FAQs including ticketing and access, head over to the official Taronga Zoo website.

 

The Twilight at Taronga 2018 concert series is now playing until March 17.

 

twilightattaronga.org.au

 

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