Sunrise team to host Carols in the Domain

David Koch, Sam Armytage, Natalie Barr & Mark Beretta will host Sydney's premier Carols event.

2014-12-01_1019David Koch, Samantha Armytage, Natalie Barr and Mark Beretta will co-host the 32nd Carols in the Domain later this month at the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.

Appearing this year are Adam Garcia, Christine Anu, Georgie Parker, Lee Kernaghan, Paulini, The McClymonts, The Wiggles plus X Factor graduates Taylor Henderson, Nathaniel, , Marlisa, Dami Im and Samantha Jade will also take to the stage.

The Salvation Army Choir, Australian Girls Choir and the Jubilation Gospel Group will also perform, while some of the artists will also perform in a special ‘supergroup.’

“I absolutely love Christmas so I’ve always wanted to host Carols. It’s going to be a terrific night – and I’ll have all four of my grandchildren there at an age when they can really appreciate it,” said David Koch.

Samantha Armytage said, “I’m usually in the country for Christmas so I’m really excited about having a city Christmas with everyone at Carols! And who doesn’t love a big group sing-along?”

Natalie Barr added, “I’ve been going to Carols since I moved to Sydney 20 years ago. It signals the end of my year, the beginning of Christmas and a truly beautiful night to spend with family and friends. There is nothing like that sea of candles trickling through the Domain.”

Mark Berretta concluded, “I’ve watched Carols for so long – it’s one of the best feel-good events of the year with an enormous crowd. Everyone just loves Carols – to have the opportunity to be part of the team and sing along with everyone up close is a great thrill.”

More performers will be announced over the coming weeks.

Saturday 20 December on Seven.

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  1. It will be different having 4 hosts, but as they all seem great friends, think it makes a nice change, love Carols in the Domain, and its great that its all free to enter where s Carols by candlelight have to pay ridiculous prices to enter, I know the money goes to charity but still think its hard to ask people for money at Christmas when it is an expensive time anyway, if people want to give willingly that’s fine as so many charities need extra cash.

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