Serving up a range of music styles from some of the best local acts in Australia, the Twilight Series will offer up performances from country, folk, modern pop, golden oldies and of course, rock ‘n’ roll.
From American pop princess, Belinda Carlisle and Swedish folk artist, Pseudo Echo, to Jose Gonzalez and our very own John Butler trio, the program is set to impress. Joining the line-up of acts is queen of country, Kasey Chambers and Aussie favourite, Mark Seymour & The Undertow.
Continuing the “fighting extinction” theme, The Melbourne Zoo Twilight Series will put proceeds towards saving the lives of the Eastern Barred Bandicoot. The small marsupial, considered extinct in the wild since 1991, has been surviving behind predator proof barriers ever since.
January 29 – Far From Folsom featuring Tex Perkins and The Tennessee Four with Rachael Tidd with special guest Vic Simms
January 30 – The Waifs with special guest Ruby Boots
February 5 – José González with special guests Tiny Ruins
February 6 – John Butler Trio with special guests Tinpan Orange
February 7 – John Butler Trio with special guests Tinpan Orange
February 12 – Josh Pyke with special guests Winterbourne
February 13 – Birds Of Tokyo with special guests Fractures
February 19 – Jebediah with special guest Glenn Richards (of Augie March)
February 20 – Mark Seymour & The Undertow with special guest Ben Salter
February 26 – San Cisco + Last Dinosaurs
February 27 – Kasey Chambers with special guest Karise Eden
March 4 – Colin Hay
March 5 – C.W. Stoneking with special guest Marlon Williams
March 11 – Björn Again
March 12 – Belinda Carlisle with special guests Pseudo Echo
For more information, visit the Melbourne Zoo website.