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SIX60 Pre-Sale Sold Out - Tickets On Sale Midday Friday

Eccles Entertainment presents
SIX60 - SUMMER 2019

Thursday, 5 July 2018- The announcement of SIX60’s one and only concert this summer, at Western Springs Stadium Auckland, was greeted with a frenzy of excitement with the pre-sale allocation of 13,500 selling out in less than five hours yesterday.

General public tickets for the concert featuring the line-up of SIX60 with Drax Project, Sons Of Zion, SWIDT and IllBaz are set to go on sale at midday tomorrow (Friday 6 July). 

Promoter Brent Eccles said “We knew this would be a big one but even we were stunned by the phenomenal demand from fans. SIX60 may well have set New Zealand music history in a few hours.”

"Don’t miss out on Friday and we’re stressing to only buy from the official ticket seller, Ticketmaster, to avoid being stung by resale sites.

“Do not purchase tickets through Viagogo, Ticketmaster Resale or any other resale site. When you are purchasing your ticket, triple check you are on the correct website to guarantee entry to this history making event. Don’t buy tickets at inflated prices and don’t believe the concert is sold out unless you’re advised by a media release or on the official Facebook event.

“Here’s to a massive gig.”
The direct ticket link for the concert is:
Tickets are available from midday tomorrow Friday 6 July at, the Ticketmaster app, 0800 111 999 or at Ticketmaster outlets.
GA Field  $89.90
GA Terrace  $69.90
GA Embankment  $49.90

* Service fees apply

Public transport
Travel on Special Event buses, trains and Northern Express (NEX) services is included with your concert ticket. Present your ticket when boarding to redeem your free travel and remember to keep your concert ticket for the ride home.
Special Event buses will depart Civic Theatre (Stop 7055), Auckland City Centre to Western Springs Stadium from 4:30pm. Special Event buses operate for one hour after the event has finished, or until the crowd has cleared.
Train services will operate to and from the city via the Western, Eastern, Southern (including Manukau) and Onehunga lines. These services travel to Britomart Station in Downtown Auckland. Ticket holders can use train services to transfer to/from Special Event buses at no cost from 4:30pm until the end of daily service.
Alternatively, train services on the Western Line travel to Morningside train station, which is approximately 20-25 minutes walking distance to Western Springs Stadium.
NEX services depart Albany Station towards Downtown Auckland every 10 minutes until 7:15pm and then every 15 minutes until midnight. Ticket holders can use NEX services to transfer to/from Special Event buses at no cost from 4:30pm until the end of daily service. Last bus departs Downtown Auckland at 3am.

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