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Start laying down your 2021 plans Kiwi music lovers, SIX60 have added a six-show Aotearoa-wide tour to the upcoming banging summer of Kiwi tunes.
This is set to be another groundbreaking tour for the multi-platinum selling band who recently sold over 130,000 tickets to their Saturdays tour just earlier this year. This time, they're extending their schedule to new cities and large outdoor venues, so you can enjoy home-grown tunes in the heat of our long summer nights. At each concert, they'll be joined by a handpicked line up of musical guests, like Drax Project, Dave Dobbyn, Ladi6 and Aacacia, in a 100% Aotearoa artist line up. It's a unique chance to see some of our A-list artists up on the big stage again and catch debut performances from some of our hottest new acts!
You can catch them throughout January and February in Waitangi, Hastings, New Plymouth, Christchurch, Wellington and Hamilton.
Fans at each gig will be treated to the first live performance of some of SIX60’s latest material. The band have been working on some brand-new tracks this year, quickly following up from last year’s epic release that produced stand-out hits ‘The Greatest’, ‘Please Don’t Go’, ‘Long Gone’ and ‘Sundown’.
The SIX60 Saturdays tour will be the largest outdoor concerts that kiwi fans can attend in what feels like an eternity after lockdown. They provide a special opportunity to spend a great day of entertainment in the sun with friends this summer!
This will surely be another sell out, so mark your calendars, music fans - tickets go on sale at 12pm on Monday 19 October.
Saturday 16 January, Waitangi Sports Ground, Waitangi
Saturday 23 January, Tomoana Showgrounds, Napier
Saturday 30 January, Bowl of Brooklands, New Plymouth
Saturday 6 February, Hagley Park, Christchurch
Saturday 13 February, Sky Stadium, Wellington
Saturday 27 February, Claudelands Oval, Hamilton