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SIX60 announce Auckland and Christchurch gigs

SIX60 announce Auckland and Christchurch gigs

Straight from a successful BW Festival appearance where the band unveiled an exciting new set and debuted several new songs, Six60 are pleased to announce Auckland and Christchurch gigs.

Six60 recently returned to New Zealand from a 6 month stint overseas where they toured Europe extensively including shows at Glastonbury, The Great Escape, Dot to Dot, Summerfest, Wavefront and Reeperbahn Festivals. The moment they landed back in NZ the band hit the studio to record an exclusive iTunes Session that has been in the Top 5 of the iTunes chart since its release before Christmas. The EP features a brand new track ‘Home’ .

Wanting to do something different in Auckland, this show is an intimate gig on Saturday March 8th at City Boxing in Kingsland. The Christchurch show is on the following Saturday March 15th

While in NZ Six60 are also performing at Homegrown on Feb 15th February 21st at the Bedford Marquee.

Massive Entertainment Presents

SIX60 AUCKLAND SHOW
Saturday March 8
City Boxing

348 New North Road, Kingsland
tickets on sale 9am Tuesday 4th Feb

http://tickets.nztix.co.nz/?Event=41545

SIX60 CHRISTCHURCH SHOW
Saturday March 15th
Bedford Marquee
tickets on sale 9am Tuesday 4th Feb

http://tickets.nztix.co.nz/?Event=41526

www.six60.co.nz

ENDS

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