Twilight at Taronga

An annual series of intimate concerts held at the iconic zoo, Twilight at Taronga presented by ANZ has come back for another season.

Taronga Zoo is a must-see for anyone who coming to Sydney, and not for the animals alone. Until March 11, it is also host to one of the best live-music programs Sydney has to offer: Twilight at Taronga. 

With the stunning Sydney Harbour as a backdrop, Twilight at Taronga is a weekly concert that boasts a line-up of both local and international artists while you sit under the stars and surrounded by the sounds of animals. 

This summer will see triple j Hottest 100 winners The Rubens making their Zoo debut. Quintessential Australian bands Killing Heidi, Jet and george will perform in a series of memorable reunion shows, and The Living End will be accompanied by a string quartet for a special ‘Twangin’ at Twilight’ stripped back show.

The closing week of the series showcases some of Canada’s most talented musicians, with performances from international indie-pop duo Tegan and Sara and singer-songwriter Martha Wainwright, as well as Scottish alt-rockers Teenage Fanclub. 

Tickets to each event are highly coveted so avoid missing out, booking in advance is essential. 

For transport assistance, ask our amazing front desk to help organise transfers or help with ferries. 

Twilight at Taronga presented by ANZ will run until March 11. 

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