The News has a family pass for Justice Crew at the Melbourne Zoo to give away to a lucky reader. The group will perform at the Zoo on Saturday, January 26.January 21, 2013 11:34am
The News has a family pass for Justice Crew at the Melbourne Zoo to give away to a lucky reader.
As part of Melbourne Zoo's Zoo Twilights series, Justice Crew will perform on Saturday, January 26, to help fight against wildlife extinction.
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The Zoo Twilights series will run every Friday and Saturday night from January 25 to March 9, featuring artists such as Missy Higgins, Timomatic, Kate Miller-Heidke, Clare Bowditch, Lisa Mitchell and more.
Gates for Justice Crew open at 5.30pm, with the concert commencing at 7pm. Selected animal exhibits will also be open after hours.
For more information, go to www.zoo.org.au
For your chance to win a family pass for two adults (16 and over) and two children (aged 4 to 15 years) to see Justice Crew on January 26, email your details.
The competition will close on Tuesday at 5pm and winners will be chosen at random and notified by phone. The winner must be able to pick up the tickets from The News' office.
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