Celebrating 25 years

Wednesday June 6, 2007
TODAY show turns 25

On June 28, 1982, TODAY first went to air. We are currently celebrating our 25th anniversary.

To celebrate, we are doing something that has never been tried before.

The TODAY team will be travelling around Australia — five cities in five days. The team will cover more than 9000 kilometres — and hopefully get a chance to meet you.

Sony are going to put on live acts the whole way around the country to help celebrate.

Where you can find TODAY and who will be joining us:

  • Monday, June 25 — The Piazza at Burswood Entertainment Complex.
    Live performances by Dean Geyer and Old Man River.

  • Tuesday, June 26 — Adelaide, outside the State Library.
    Live performances by Guy Sebastian and Human Nature.

  • Wednesday, June 27 — Brisbane, South Bank.
    Live performances by Small Mercies and Brooke Fraser.

  • Thursday, June 28 — Sydney, at the Opera House for our actual 25 year anniversary.
    Ian Ross, Monte Dwyer, Georgie Gardner, Kellie Connolly and Tracy Grimshaw will be attending and we'll have live performances by David Campbell and Amy Pearson.

  • Friday, June 29 — Federation Square in Melbourne.
    The Androids and Damien Leith will perform live, for Damien Leith this will be his exclusive first TV performance of his brand new single.

TODAY would like to thank it's major sponsor SANITARIUM'S SO GOOD for making this project possible.

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