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Twilight at Taronga

Led by vocalist/guitarist Andrew Stockdale, Wolfmother have amassed a global fanbase, played to packed-house crowds around the world, delivered show-stealing sets at star-studded festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza and Reading and Leeds, and have been invited to share stages with rock icons Aerosmith and AC/DC.

For their induction into the UK Music Hall of Fame, Led Zeppelin personally invited Wolfmother as their guests (the band showed their appreciation by delivering an electrifying cover of “Communication Breakdown”).

For most artists, such accomplishments usually mark the culmination of a career – if they’re lucky.

But ten years after their arrival, Wolfmother have returned with what could arguably be called their best work to date. With ‘Victorious’, Stockdale once again arrives right on time: in an era dominated by single-song downloads, this is an album worthy of repeat listens from top to bottom.

Opening for Wolfmother are Sydney’s all female outfit The Buoys who have been making noise around Australia releasing a slew of singles and backing up shows with artists such as JUNGLE, DMA’s, DZ Deathrays, The Garden, Shannon & the Clams, Moaning Lisa, Peter Bibby, and Pist Idiots. Influenced by anything fuzzy, loud and fast, The Buoys recognisable sweet and savoury sound has developed in the last 12 months, paving the way for fiery anthems whilst still making time for those cruisy heart-jerking songs.

Thanks to Twilight at Toronga, we've got 1 x double pass on offer for:

  • Saturday 1st February 2020 @ Taronga Zoo

This is an all ages event, but we recommened being 16+ to apply. Winners will be notified 10 business days prior to the event. 

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