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SIX60 & Nico & Vinz - Second Show Added At Black Barn

SIX60 and Nico & Vinz - Second Show Added At Black Barn


hursday, 7 December 2017- SIX60 and Nico & Vinz’s Hawke’s Bay show at Black Barn Vineyards has sold out within minutes of going on on sale, but there’s good news for those who missed out, an extra show has been added for the following night, Wednesday 10 January. Tickets for the new date will go on sale via Ticketmaster and the venue at 9am on Friday.

SIX60 singer Matiu Walters says the response to the tour has been incredible and that he’s looking forward to two nights at Black Barn.

“It’s always a thrill to play a sold out venue and we’re stoked that so many people are coming out to see us this summer.”

Fans should move quickly to secure their tickets for the remaining shows via Ticketek (Christchurch) and Ticketmaster (Wellington and Tauranga).

The New Waves World Tour
SIX60 with Nico & Vinz

Supported by Kings

8 January | TSB Bank Arena, Wellington - book now at Ticketmaster

9 January | Black Barn Vineyards, Havelock North - sold out!

10 January | Black Barn Vineyards, Havelock North - on sale at 9am on Friday 8 December via Ticketmaster and Black Barn

11 January | Wharepai Domain, Tauranga - book now at Ticketmaster

13 January | Villa Maria Estate, Auckland (with P Money) - sold out!

9 March | Horncastle Arena, Christchurch - book now at Ticketek

All shows are all ages

ENDS


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