Hit Kiwi band Six60 have joined the procession of musical acts heading to Northland this summer with the band today announcing a gig at Whangarei's Toll Stadium.
Six60 have just completed a run of five soldout shows across the North Island playing to over 20,000 people in less than a week.
Now Northland fans can get their chance to see Six 60, with the band playing at Toll Stadium on Saturday, March 17, with support from legendary DJ and producer P Money and rising star KINGS. Tickets for the show go on sale at noon tomorrow via Ticketmaster and at the Forum North Box Office.
Six60 singer Matiu Walters said he's looking forward to visiting the north again after a two-year break.
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"We always have an awesome time with our fans in Whangarei, and we think some people who missed out on the Auckland show will travel up too, so we're expecting a great crowd."
The Whangarei concert is the final North Island date for the summer for Six60, and will feature songs from the band's brand new EP, including the hit Don't Give It Up.
Six60 joins a lengthy list of Kiwi acts to visit Northland this summer, including Katchafire, The Black Seeds, Aaradhna, Sol3 Mio, Elemeno P, Jordan Luck, Tomorrow People, Sons of Zion, Three Houses Down, Foundation, Fat Freddy's Drop, Dave Dobbyn, Stellar* and The Feelers.