- Publish Date
- Tuesday, 16 January 2018, 10:39AM
Tuesday 16 January 2017- Kiwi faves SIX60 have just completed a run of five sold-out shows across the North Island playing to over 20,000 people in less than a week. Now Whangarei fans get their chance to see SIX60, with the band announcing a concert at Toll Stadium on Saturday 17 March with support from legendary DJ and producer P Money and rising star KINGS.
Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster and at the Forum North Box Office at midday on Wednesday 17 January.
SIX60 singer Matiu Walters says that he’s looking forward to visiting the north again after a two-year break.
“We always have an awesome time with our fans in Whangarei, and we think some people who missed out on the Auckland show will travel up too, so we’re expecting a great crowd.”
SIX60 also has a concert scheduled at Horncastle Arena in Christchurch for Friday 9 March with Kings and Drax Project.
The Whangarei concert is the final North Island date for the summer for SIX60, so fans should get in quick. Both concerts are expected to sell out as fans book in to see all the SIX60 hits and the incredible songs from the band’s brand new EP, including the hit ‘Don’t Give It Up’.
Supported by Kings
9 March Horncastle Arena, Christchurch - tickets on sale now via Ticketek
17 March Toll Stadium, Whangarei - tickets on sale at midday on Wednesday via Ticketmaster and Forum North Box Office