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Bernard Fanning, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Bernard Fanning, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Bernard Fanning To Kick Off Twilight At Taronga Tonight

by Paul Cashmere on January 30, 2015

in Live,News

Taronga Park Zoo in Sydney will come alive with the sound of music tonight when Bernard Fanning together with Little May kick off the first show in the Twilight At Taronga series.

Twilight At Taronga will feature Australian and international artists every Friday and Saturday through to March 21.

As part of the Twilight At Taronga series Noise11.com is presenting Boys In The Band on February 27, Bjorn Again on February 28, James Morrison Big Band on March 14, Ross Wilson with Mental As Anything on March 21.

Tickets are available from the Taronga Park Zoo website.

Twilight at Taronga 2015 Program

Friday 30 January – BERNARD FANNING, supported by Little May – SOLD OUT!
Saturday 31 January – BELLE AND SEBASTIAN, supported by special guest Darren Hanlon – SOLD OUT!
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! PRESENTED BY NOISE11.com
Saturday 28 February – BJÖRN AGAIN – SOLD OUT! PRESENTED BY NOISE11.com
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
Saturday 14 March – JAMES MORRISON BIG BAND PRESENTED BY NOISE11.com
Friday 20 March – SOMETHING FOR KATE, supported by Jen Cloher
Saturday 21 March – ROSS WILSON and MENTAL AS ANYTHING PRESENTED BY NOISE11.com

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