Everything you need to know about SIX60's massive Western Springs gig


If you're heading along to Six60's huge concert at Western Springs this weekend, you might wanna brush up on some of this info!

1. Ticketmaster is the only authorised ticket seller

If you haven't learnt by now, STOP BLOODY BUYING TICKETS FROM VIAGOGO OK. Invalid tickets may be refused entry.

2. Say hi to cameras!

SIX60 will make history as the first kiwi band to sell-out Western Springs Stadium and you will be involved in more ways than one. A documentary is being made about the band so say hello to the cameras or if you’re shy just tell them.

3. If you need assitance

If at any time during the event you feel unsafe or require assistance, text the word ASSIST followed by a space and then your message and location to 260. Or if you would like discreet assistance you can ask for ‘Angela' at the bars, food outlets and the venue staff. They will know you need help and will be able to assist.

4. Set times

4:00pm: Gates Open

5:00pm: ILLBaz

5:30pm: SWIDT

6:20pm: Sons of Zion

7:20pm: Drax Project

8:50pm: SIX60

11:00pm: Event Finishes

5. Public Transport

Travel to SIX60 on the Northern Express (NX 1 & 2), direct special event buses and trains is included with your event ticket. Remember to keep your ticket for the ride home.

Travel included with your ticket on NX1 and NX2 services starts at 4pm, and runs until end of service.

Travel included with your ticket on trains will run from 4pm until end of service. 

Special event buses to the venue will run from 4:30pm to 7:30pm. These buses depart from outside 4 Mayoral Drive, CBD (behind Aotea Centre).

Special event buses from the venue will run 1 hour post event or until the crowd is cleared. These buses will depart from a temporary bus stop on Williamson Ave, Grey Lynn (between Great North Rd and Dryden St).

Click here for more info on these services

6. Prohibited items:

Bags larger than A3 (400mm x 300mm x 300mm)

Video cameras and recording devices (this does not include mobile phones)

Photographic devices with a lens larger than a standard watch face (not exceeding 4cm in diameter).

Prams and strollers

Selfie sticks, Go Pros, Drones

Banners with poles

iPads or Tablets

Cans or glass of any kind

Strictly NO alcohol or illicit drugs

Branded or commercial food and drinks, including takeaways

Metal utensils and containers, cutlery, etc.

Chilly bins / Coolers

Dangerous goods

Fireworks, flares, lasers or flash lights

Knives, Tasers, Mace, Chains, Spurs or Studded Jewellery

Offensive weapons including, but not limited to, any object that may be used as a projectile such as glow sticks, balls, containers, etc.

Air horns and loud hailers

Umbrellas or other sun/rain shelters

Furniture chairs or stools

Skateboards, rollerblades, bicycles or scooters

Unauthorised promotional, marketing or advertising.

Animals (excluding service dogs such as guide dogs and police or emergency service dogs)

Any other items deemed by stadium management or the promoter to be illegal, dangerous or a nuisance to yourself or others

7. Permitted items

Small personal cameras and camera phones are allowed. Professional cameras, or any camera with a lens larger than a standard watch face will not be permitted.

Empty plastic bottle without lid (up to 750ml) to use at the free water stations.

Sealed bottle of water (up to 750ml) - please note lid will be discarded on entry to the stadium.

Disability assistance dogs.

Small quantities of home prepared food.