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Twilight At Taronga

Tim Freedman and Alex Lahey To Join RockWiz For Twilight In Taronga

by Paul Cashmere on November 25, 2017

in News

Tim Freedman and Alex Lahey along with Wendy Matthews and Fraser A Gorman will gather to salute LOVE for RockWiz Live at Twilight At Taronga in February.

The RockWiz crew of Julia, Brian, Dugald and the RocKwiz OrKestra will perform two shows at Sydney’s iconic Taronga Zoo on February 14 and 15.

The 2018 Twilight At Taronga events will once again include the special Roar and Snore ticket which includes a sleep-over at the zoo.

All tickets include an all-day pass at the zoo and free public transport with return ferry travel from Circular Quay.

All proceeds from Twilight At Taronga – ‘Concerts with a conscience’ – go back into Taronga’s ongoing conservation work.

Twilight at Taronga supports Wildlife Witness,a global campaign that aims to raise awareness about the $19 billion annual illegal wildlife trade, and empower people to take action against what has become the fourth most lucrative transnational crime after drugs, arms and human trafficking.

TWILIGHT AT TARONGA 2018 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES LINE-UP

February
Friday 2 – The Jezabels supported by Stella Donnelly
Saturday 3 – Dan Sultan plus The Teskey Brothers
Friday 9 – Paul Dempsey supported by Didirri
Saturday 10 – Neil and Liam Finn supported by Alex the Astronaut – SOLD OUT
Sunday 11 – Neil and Liam Finn supported by Alex the Astronaut – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 14 – RocKwiz LIVE Salutes LOVE with special guests Tim Freedman, Wendy Matthews, Alex Lahey and Fraser A Gorman
Thursday 15 – RocKwiz LIVE Salutes LOVE with special guests Tim Freedman, Wendy Matthews, Alex Lahey and Fraser A Gorman
Saturday 17 – Cloud Control and Julia Jacklin supported by Body Type
Sunday 18 – Neil and Liam Finn supported by Alex the Astronaut – 3rd AND FINAL SHOW!
Friday 23 – Björn Again – SELLING FAST!
Saturday 24 – Björn Again – SOLD OUT

March
Thursday 1 – The Lemonheads and Jebediah
Friday 2 – The Preatures supported by The Creases
Saturday 3 – Electric Lady presents – Montaigne, Tired Lion and Sloan Peterson
Friday 9 – Future Classic presents – Mount Kimbie, Kucka and Christopher Port
Saturday 10 – James Morrison Big Band
Sunday 11 – James Reyne Plays All Crawl supported by Caiti Baker – SELLING FAST!
Friday 16 – Kate Miller-Heidke with String Quartet supported by Odette
Saturday 17 – Tex, Don and Charlie

twilightattaronga.org.au

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