UPDATE: Due to concerns with the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19),  Banyule City Council are cancelling this weekend’s Twilight Sounds, Grand Parade and Kids ArtyFarty Fest.


PBS is excited to announce that we will be broadcasting LIVE from from the main stage at Twilight Sounds. This event is presented by PBS, hosted by Palmtree Paddy Harrison from Ports of Paradise and broadcast between 6pm and 9pm.

Music lovers, keep this weekend free. If you want to experience a mega line-up of bands in picturesque parklands, the stage is set for your return to Twilight Sounds. The event is family friendly and free! BYO food, picnic rug and chairs. Food trucks and bars will also be on site.

We'll be broadcasting the following acts live to air from 6pm:

Lottie Liams

The winner of the Jets Studio recording competition! A 20 year old folk singer-songwriter from Melbourne. In January Lottie released the single ‘Your Reflection’, marking a new chapter in her song-writing as she begins to explore a newer pop sound and stretch beyond her folk beginnings. The dark-pop tune tells the story of heartbreak, stripped back, raw and beautiful. This will be Lottie’s first major festival show and first time live to air on PBS!



The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra

Inspired by the infectious afro-beat music of Nigeria and West Africa, this 17-piece ensemble commands the stage and sets a pulsating rhythm with contemporary African funk.





Tracy McNeil and The Goodlife

Coming off sold-out shows and major festivals around the world, classy country rocker Tracy McNeil and her band The Goodlife take you on a journey of mesmerising country music.


Website: - https://www.banyule.vic.gov.au/Events-activities/Whats-on/Council-events/Twilight-Sounds-2020

When: Saturday, 14 March 2020
Times: 05:30 PM - 10:00 PM (full event times). 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM (Broadcast time)
Cost: FREE
Location: Sills Bend Park, Beverley Road, Heidelberg 3084