Twilight at Taronga

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Twilight at Taronga
Photograph: Maclay Heroit

Buy tickets for the most spectacular gig series in Sydney

[Sponsored] The Twilight at Taronga concert series ticks off a hefty amount of Sydney in summer ideals – harbour views at dusk, alfresco live music, and a zoo-fringed lawn to sprawl out on with shared treats and mates. Add in the WSFM gems meets Triple J gold of the diverse line-ups, and you've got yourself a pretty bloody great way to spend a waterfront sunset. 

Twilight at Taronga will complement the growls, squeaks and hisses of the menagerie with classic and newer artists.

Final tickets are on sale now to the opening weekend with performances by the Jezabels supported by Stella Donnelly on Feb 2; and Dan Sultan and the Teskey Brothers on Feb 3. The rest of the series will showcase the likes of Cloud Controlthe Preatures, and Kate Miller-Heidke in their own headline shows. Take a nostalgic trip to the '90s grunge-idol days of Recovery with shows from the Lemonheads and Jebediah, Tex, Don and Charlie, and Something For Kate's Paul Dempsey. Get a dose of legendary Oz rock and songwriting with an album launch from Neil and Liam Finn, pub hits with James Reyne Plays All Crawl and a special Valentine's edition of RocKwiz Live. And, get up and tap your toes to Twilight at Taronga mainstays Bjorn Again and James Morrison. 

For the first time food trucks will be rolling up to Twilight at Taronga, slinging sliders, nachos and burritos. There will also be a seafood grill from the Fish Stop and premium scooped ice cream. This year you can also get around the Belvedere Cocktail Bar, which will be shaking up made-to-order spritzers and cocktails. 

As always, your ticket to one of the concerts includes same-day entry to the zoo, return ferry fares, and the knowledge that your moola is going to Taronga’s ongoing conservation work. 

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