SIX60 Live at Sky Stadium
The multi-platinum selling Kiwi band is coming to Wellington next February
SIX60 is bringing the people what they want next year with a huge stadium concert supported by a line-up of Kiwi superstars.
SIX60, the hottest name in New Zealand music right now, is releasing a documentary this year that tells the story of the five-piece band and how they grew from their Dunedin student roots into an award-winning, chart-topping and stadium-filling phenomenon.
The Kiwi band has filled venues around Aotearoa, ranging from the Hutt Recreation Ground in summer 2020, to becoming the first-ever Kiwi band to completely sell-out Auckland’s Western Springs Stadium with 50,000 concert-goers. Their performance at Wellington’s Sky Stadium is the only stadium concert of their summer tour and is an opportunity to experience the band in a unique way.
Six60 captures and capitalises on the authentic New Zealand experience. They are independent and creative, humorous and humble, tangata whenua and pākehā. There are no obstacles in their music for their audience to overcome.
Waveney Russ, RNZ Music
For their performance in February, the band has been working on some brand new tracks to share, which they’ll perform alongside their many recognisable hits – this is a band who isn’t going to forget their roots.
They’ll be supported by the legendary Dave Dobbyn, as well as crowd favourites Drax Project and JessB. They’ll also be joined by rising star Aacacia.
Get your tickets and while you wait to see the boys live, check out their feature documentary. SIX60: Till the Lights Go Out tells the ‘untold story’ of the band, sharing their trials and tribulations with a good dose of classic Kiwi humour.