Spring Twilight Concert in the Park
Saturday 15 October, 5pm - 8pm
Wahroonga Park, Cnr of Illoura Ave & Millewa Ave
The Spring Twilight Concert is returning to Wahroonga Park on Saturday 15 October.
The concert will kick off at 5pm with Jellybean Jam covering favourite disco, retro and pop tunes to start the evening followed by the main act Rocket Man V Piano Man where we will relive Elton John & Billy Joel's greatest hits from the 1970s & 80s.
Concert goers are invited to arrive early at the park so they can get a good seat close to the action.
Either picnic in the park or buy dinner and support the food stalls at the event. We encourage attendees to arrive early to secure a good location
Public transport to the concert is recommended as there is limited parking near the venue. Wahroonga train station is a 2 minute walk from the park.
About the performers
Jellybean Jam has been part of the Sydney cover band party scene since 1993 specialising in corporate functions, charity balls, conferences, Christmas parties and weddings and has performed at over 4000 shows! Deliciously tasty, full flavoured hits of yesteryear combined with scrumptious servings of current chart fillers have given Jellybean Jam a recipe for success and has established them as Australia’s hardest working corporate party act. Non-stop medleys ensure non-stop dancing complete with tongue in cheek interpretations of the most memorable party tunes. Disco to Retro, Funk to Rock , Pop to Dance.
Rocket Man v Piano Man
All the hits of Elton John & Billy Joel. Lance Strauss & Jimmy Mann joined forces as Elton John & Billy Joel for the Tour de Force Tribute Show in 2009. They toured this show for several years until the time came to re-vamp the show as Face2Face which they successfully toured until 2019. Rocket Man v Piano Man is their latest incarnation of the phenomenon which is Elton John & Billy Joel together on stage. The show encompasses all the hits and chemistry of these two rock icons! Starring two of the world’s most highly accomplished tribute artists, Lance Strauss & Jimmy Mann.