Celebrate Valentine’s Day with RocKwiz at 2018’s Twilight at Taronga series

Next year’s Twilight At Taronga series has bolstered its program, with the addition of the RocKwiz crew – next year’s Valentine’s Day will be a special one at the zoo, as the audience is invited to get lovey as RocKwiz Live salutes love on February 14th & 15th.

Julia ZemiroBrian NankervisDugald McAndrew and the RocKwiz OrKestra will be joined by some special guests at the zoo gig in Tim FreedmanAlex LaheyWendy Matthews, and Fraser A Gorman – four distinct performers in their own right who will be absolutely unmissable in this format.

If you’re wanting to add an extra special twist to standard Valentine’s plans, the Twilight at Taronga event offers a select number of ticket holders the opportunity to stay overnight at the zoo, enjoying glam accommodation on site, not to mention exclusive night walks, behind the scenes experiences and animal encounters during the day. Primo, no?

Tickets are on sale for the show via www.twilighattaronga.org.au.

Check out the full line up below!


February 2nd | The Jezabels supported by Stella Donnelly
February 3rd | Dan Sultan plus The Teskey Brothers
February 9th | Paul Dempsey supported by Didirri
February 10th & 11th | Neil and Liam Finn supported by Alex the Astronaut
February 14th & 15th | RocKwiz LIVE Salutes LOVE with guests Tim Freedman, Wendy Matthews, Alex Lahey and Fraser A Gorman
February 17th | Cloud Control and Julia Jacklin supported by Body Type
February 18th | Neil and Liam Finn supported by Alex the Astronaut
February 23rd & 24th | Bjorn Again
March 1st | The Lemonheads and Jebediah
March 2nd | The Preatures supported by The Creases
March 3rd | Electric Lady Presents: Montaigne, Tired Lion, Sloan Peterson
March 9th | Future Classic Presents: Mount Kimbie, Kucka, Christopher Port
March 10th | James Morrison Big Band
March 11th | James Reyne Plays All Crawl supported by Caiti Baker
March 16th | Kate Miller-Heidke with String Quartet supported by Odette
March 17th | Tex, Don and Charlie


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