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SIX60 50,000 capacity show set to be world’s largest since the start of COVID

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SIX60 have announced that they will play to an audience of 50,000 next month, making it the biggest live show since the coronavirus pandemic began.Due to take place at Auckland’s Eden Park Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand – the home of legendary Rugby world champions the All Blacks – on April 24, it will be the first time a music act has performed at the venue.“It’s no secret that SIX60 have wanted to play Eden Park for some time now,” frontman Matiu Walters said in a statement. “We always felt that it was important a kiwi band should play the first show at our national stadium.”He continued: “Because of the hard work that New Zealand has done as a community we’re in the privileged position to be able to perform to an audience of this size..

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