Massive season of Twilight to end on a high note

Published on 14 March 2017

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The Mildura Arts Centre’s (MAC) hugely successful Twilight season will come to an end this week boasting a massive line up of live acts and entertainment.

Last month, more than 300 people enjoyed Twilight, which is a free outdoor event on the MAC laws, allowing residents to relax with friends while taking in live entertainment and accessing the venue’s galleries after hours.

This Friday’s season finale promises to be even bigger with five live acts lined up, an exhibition opening and an Irish surprise as an ode to St Patricks Day in the mix, promising a fun-filled night for family and friends of all ages to enjoy.

Arts and Culture Portfolio Councillor Jason Modica urged people to support the event and make the last Twilight until the series starts up again in October a blast.

“Mildura Arts Centre has five acts signed up to perform at this month’s Twilight – there will be singing, drumming, dancing and of course interactive activities for the kids to get involved with,” Cr Modica said.

Mildura Lions Club will again be serving BBQ food, which has proven a hit with previous Twilight attendees, with drinks and snacks also available from the MAC café.

“Twilight is a great night out and an experience not to be missed. What is better than being outdoors and watching live local entertainment on a Friday night?” Cr Modica said.

“It’s an enjoyable evening that brings the community together in a safe and related atmosphere.” 

The exhibition opening of Trash to Art Open Indoor Category 2017 is also taking place on the same night as Twilight. This is the third time the Christie Centre has run the competition, which is supported by Mildura Arts Centre.  The exhibition runs from Friday 17 March to Friday 31 March at 7 Chaffey Avenue.



5pm-8.30pm, Friday 17 March

Mildura Arts Centre


Line up:

Community acts include:

Sunraysia Community Choir

Sunraysia Arts and Learning

Stray Notes

Fijian music and dance

Tongan music and dance


For more information call Helen Piscioneri at Mildura Arts Centre on (03) 5018 8330 or email