One Love music festival is back for 2017 and we are definitely feeling the love with the release of the second lineup, announced today.
Six60 are hopping on the headliner bill alongside Jamaican reggae star Tarrus Riley.
Six60 have been Kiwi chart-toppers since day dot, winning countless awards since they first burst on the scene. A few favourites include Forever, Don't Forget Your Roots and more recently Mothers Eyes (which debuted on Mother's Day this year).
The two-day festival will also host other top international and local acts, including American reggae-pop band Big Mountain, best known for their huge 90s hit, Baby I Love Your Way, originally written by Peter Frampton.
Three Houses Down are also joining the lineup, while new music royalty Kings is set to perform, with his hit single Don't Worry Bout It sure to be a highlight.
L.A.B (Kora Brothers) will be making an appearance with some of the original members of the Kiwi band Kora.
And local legend Che Fu will be there, joined by Aussie reggae band Paua.
The festival, now in its fifth year, will be held over Waitangi weekend, Saturday, February 4 and Sunday, February 5.
Tickets for One Love, and One Love camping, are on sale from www.onelovefestival.co.nz.