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Local and international musos band together to play a bevy of shows in support Melbourne Zoo's wildlife conservation efforts

Balmy Fridays and Saturdays throughout summer will see Melbourne Zoo host a bunch of outdoor concerts. The program features an electric bunch of talented artist, from the subdued pop-stylings of Sarah Blasko, right through to the big band sounds of local favourites, the Cat Empire.

Fri Jan 30: James Reyne plays Australian Crawl, with special guest Jack Carty

Sat Jan 31: Bernard Fanning with support from Little May

Fri Feb 6: Sarah Blasko, with support from Luluc

Sat Feb 7: Paul Kelly presents the Merri Soul Sessions featuring Clairy Browne, Kira Puru, Vika and Linda Bull, with support from Hiatus Kaiyote

Fri Feb 13: Dan Sultan, with support from Benny Walker

Sat Feb 14: Boys In The Band

Fri Feb 20: The Budos Band and the Bombay Royale.

Sat Feb 21: Spiderbait, with support from Jen Cloher

Fri Feb 27: Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, with support from Twerps

Sat Feb 28: Conor Oberst, with supoort from the Felice Brothers

Fri Mar 6: Village People, with support from DJ Andee Frost

Sat Mar 7: The Cat Empire, with support from Dorsal Fins

Zoo Twilights 2015 details

Elliott Ave, Parkville 3052

Telephone 03 9285 9300

Nearby Stations: Royal Park
Bus or tram: 55

Buy tickets

Price $55.00 to $65.00

Date Fri 30 Jan 2015

Alternative dates 30 Jan 2015-31 Jan 2015, 06 Feb 2015-07 Feb 2015, 13 Feb 2015-14 Feb 2015, 20-21 Feb, 27 Feb 2015-28 Feb 2015, 06 Mar 2015-07 Mar 2015

Open Gates open 5.30pm; show starts 7pm

Zoo Twilights 2015 website

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