SIX60 SATURDAYS IS BACK IN 2021
This is set to be another groundbreaking tour for the multi-platinum selling band who recently sold over 130,000 tickets to their ‘SATURDAYS’ tour just earlier this year.
This time SIX60 is taking on some new cities and large outdoor venues. Each concert has a handpicked line up of musical guests meaning each show is its’ own exclusive experience.
Fans joining the tour will be treated to the first live performance of some of SIX60’s latest material. The band have been working on some brand-new tracks throughout this year quickly following up from last year’s epic release that produced stand out hits ‘The Greatest’, ‘Please Don’t Go’, ‘Long Gone’ and ‘Sundown’.
SIX60 SATURDAYS 2021 will be the largest outdoor concerts that kiwi fans can attend in what feels like an eternity after lockdown. They provide a special opportunity to spend a great day of entertainment in the sun with friends this summer!
These fantastic outdoor concerts boast a 100% AOTEAROA artist line up! It is a unique chance to see some of our A-List artists up on the big stage again and catch debut performances from some of our hottest new acts!
SIX60 SATURDAYS 2021 WILL BE ANOTHER SELL OUT. Ticketers will be running pre-sales from 12.00PM Thursday 15th October and general public tickets are on sale from 12.00PM Monday 19th October.
SIX60 SATURDAYS 2021
SATURDAY 16 JANUARY
WAITANGI – Waitangi Sports Grounds with DRAX PROJECT, TROY KINGI & THE CLUTCH, PAIGE and NEKO
SATURDAY 23 JANUARY
HASTINGS – Tomoana Showgrounds with SHAPESHIFTER, KINGS, MAIMOA and NOURI
2020 has been a strange year for us all. In the event that New Zealand is forced back into a lockdown due to Covid-19, don’t fear, there are back up concert dates held for SIX60 SATURDAYS in late 2021. Please visit www.eccles.co.nz for all the details.
On November 26th ahead of the summer tour, Notable Pictures will release SIX60: Till The Lights Go Out, a feature film about New Zealand’s biggest band, revealing their untold story of ambition and creative vulnerability. Harnessing the fighting spirit of the rugby field, SIX60 transformed a desire to win into musical domination for over a decade, previously unseen in Aotearoa. This feature documentary, by Julia Parnell, captures the band as they’ve never been seen before.