From the world class vantage point of a harbour-side amphitheatre, the Twilight at Taronga series will return this summer for its 20th anniversary edition, boasting the most modern and eclectic program yet.


Celebrating the Sydney summer with breathtaking 180-degree harbour views, Taronga Zoo has already presented sell-out performances from iconic Australian artists including Bernard Fanning.


Still to come: Paul Kelly presenting Merri Soul Sessions, You Am I, Sarah Blasko, Dan Sultan, Something For Kate, international guests Belle and Sebastian, Conor Oberst, Rufus Wainwright and many more.


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Spanning each Friday and Saturday night from now through to Saturday 21st March, Twilight at Taronga remains an all ages affair, where concertgoers are invited to pull up a picnic blanket and enjoy delicious hampers curated by renowned chef Giovanni Pilu.
We’re thrilled to be introducing Twilight at Taronga to a new generation of audiences with this vibrant line-up,” says Paul Davies, Taronga’s General Manager Marketing, Fundraising and Commercial Services. “It’s the first time in our history that we’re introducing big-name international and contemporary artists to complement our regular favourites and we hope this will pique the interest of younger festival-goers while keeping our regular patrons coming back for more.”


Twilight also welcomes back fan favourites Bjorn Again, the James Morrison Big Band and Aria Award winner Anthony Callea will celebrate the songs of George Michael with his full band on Valentine’s Day.


Across the series, a striking new visual identity designed by iconic Australian artist and Mosman local Ken Done will be on display at the already picturesque site, further establishing Twilight at Taronga as an essential Sydney experience.

As part of the 2015 re-vamped Twilight at Taronga series, return public transport is included in the price of all tickets (prices start from $69) covering bus, rail, light rail and ferry from Sydney metropolitan areas. For those wanting to get away for the weekend, Rydges North Sydney and QT are offering all inclusive accommodation packages. And for Twilight concertgoers who fancy a trip to the Zoo, discounted entry is available from 2pm on the same day. Gift vouchers are also available and make the perfect Christmas gift for family, friends, colleagues and employees.


Profits from the series continues to support the Taronga Conservation Society Australia, whose ongoing work is experienced by the Zoo’s 1.5 million Australian and international visitors each year.



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Twilight at Taronga 2015 Program in chronological order


Thursday 5 February – PAUL KELLY PRESENTS THE MERRI SOUL SESSIONS featuring Clairy Browne, Kira Puru, & Vika and Linda Bull, supported by Hiatus Kaiyote – SECOND SHOW ADDED BY DEMAND AND SOLD OUT!

Friday 6 February – PAUL KELLY PRESENTS THE MERRI SOUL SESSIONS featuring Clairy Browne, Kira Puru, & Vika and Linda Bull, supported by Hiatus Kaiyote – SOLD OUT!

Saturday 7 February – YOU AM I, supported by Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders

Friday 13 February – SARAH BLASKO, supported by Luluc

Saturday 14 February – ANTHONY CALLEA presents Ladies & Gentlemen, The Songs of George Michael, supported by Caterina Torres

Friday 20 February – THE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS, supported by Caravãna Sun

Saturday 21 February – THE BAMBOOS, supported by Katalyst with special guests (Original beats set)

Friday 27 February – BOYS IN THE BAND 50 years of hits!

Saturday 28 February – BJÖRN AGAIN – SOLD OUT!

Friday 6 March – CONOR OBERST, supported by The Felice Brothers

Saturday 7 March – RUFUS WAINWRIGHT performing The Best of Rufus Wainwright, supported by Lucy Wainwright Roche

Friday 13 March – DAN SULTAN, supported by Benny Walker and Pierce Brothers


Friday 20 March – SOMETHING FOR KATE, supported by Jen Cloher

Saturday 21 March – ROSS WILSON and Mental As AnythinG


For more information on all artists and to purchase tickets visit:  #twilightattaronga


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