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muzic.net.nz 20th Anniversary with Written By Wolves, Skinny Hobos, Dead Favours, Coridian and Rebel Sound Radio. Auckland May 4 2019!

Six60 are back! After over a year away from New Zealand stages, the band returns for what will be their biggest and most exciting tour to date!

New Zealand’s premiere venues will play host to Six60 as they celebrate the release of their sophomore album - proudly presented by The Edge, Mai FM and George FM.

Sat 16th May Shed 6, Wellington - SOLD OUT
Sun 17th May Shed 6, Wellington - SOLD OUT
Mon 18th May King Street Live, Masterton
Thu 21st May TSB Stadium, New Plymouth
Fri 22nd May Claudelands Arena, Hamilton - SOLD OUT
Sat 23rd May Vector Arena, Auckland - SOLD OUT
Mon 25th May Forum North, Whangarei - SOLD OUT
Tue 26th May The Turner Centre, Kerikeri
Fri 29th May Horncastle Arena, Christchurch
Sat 30th May Dunedin Town Hall, Dunedin
Sun 31st May Stadium Southland, Invercargill
Fri 5th June Arena Manawatu, Palmerston North
Sat 6th June Pettigrew Green Arena, Napier
Sun 7th June Baypark Stadium, Tauranga

What already promises to be an entertaining night only gets better with the addition of EDM heavyweights Mt Eden, and the talk on the streets right now Raiza Biza.

Tickets go on sale Monday 16th March through usual outlets.

Six60 have achieved feverish local and international popularity, winning six New Zealand Music Awards, achieving quadruple platinum album sales for their self-titled debut Six60 and sold out nationwide tours. After spending lots of time in the studio recording their new album the boys are stoked to be back on tour playing to their loyal fans. They comment "since the day we finished the new album we have been non-stop working on sorting a tour. Finally we get to play what has been three years in the making to our home crowd!”

Six60 will deliver a high energy live show playing songs off their debut album as well as performing for the first time songs from their new album released 27 February, 2015.

The band has signed with new management - American based 'Atom Factory' with J Erving, who has worked with artists such as John Legend, Miguel, Nico and Vinz and Megan Trainor.

Support act, Mt Eden introduced a new wave of electronic music in 2009 with the release of Sierra Leone. Six years on after releasing two well-received EPs and a generous fistful of popular singles and remixes, the looming release of their highly anticipated No Mans Land EP, sees Jesse Cooper and Harley Rayner poised to take their brand of music to new pinnacles in 2015.

Raiza Biza is a young rapper based in Hamilton/Auckland. His lyrics are often reflective and introspective, and accompanied by soulful jazz-influenced instrumentals. He recentlyreleased the well-received LP Dream Something.

Don’t miss this incredible must see bill. Tickets will sell fast!

Auckland tickets from Ticketmaster: http://www.ticketmaster.co.nz/ 
Wellington, Hamilton and Christchurch tickets from Ticketek: http://www.ticketek.co.nz/
Dunedin tickets from Ticket Direct: http://www.ticketdirect.co.nz/

Go to www.vodafone.co.nz/music/ to sign up for Vodafone pre sale.

Presale runs Tuesday 10 March - Thursday 12 March (Noon - Noon)

All venues are licensed and all ages.

For further information visit: www.facebook.com/Six60 or http://www.six60.com/



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