THE FACTORY present SIX60 performing live with support from L.A.B. and DJ SIRVERE

THE FACTORY present SIX60 performing live with support from L.A.B. and DJ SIRVERE

Friday 2 February 2018, 9:00pm—Saturday 3 February 2018, 3:00am

Celebrating the launch of the inaugural Hamilton Sevens and the release of the SIX60 Super Pale beer!

Restriction: R18

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1st Release $67.00+ BF
2nd Release $77.00+ BF
Final Release $87.00+ BF

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1st Release $67.00 + $3.00 Fee SOLD OUT
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Six60

Six60 has spent much of 2017 working on new music, recording in Auckland, London and LA alongside Printz Board, who also produced the band's platinum second self-titled album - an album that remains in the NZ top 40 charts after a staggering 128 weeks.

The band has just touched down in New Zealand after their latest stint in the recording studio in LA, and promise that new music will definitely be included in the setlist for their first Hamilton performance in more than two years.

This one-off show will not only launch Hamilton's inaugural Sevens weekend but will also launch the band's first foray into brewing.

Their recent collaboration with Tuatara has produced the limited edition Six60 Super Pale Ale, available on tap at the Factory and other major Hamilton bars throughout the Sevens weekend.

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L.A.B.

L.A.B. was founded by the legendary Kora brothers, Brad (drums) and Stu (guitar, keys) and quickly engaged the extraordinary talent of Joel Shadbolt on lead vocals & guitar and Ara Adams-Tamatea from the mighty Katchafire on bass.

The L.A.B. sound is one which has seen them quickly become a fan favourite on the New Zealand live circuit – trademark Kora grooves combining with Adams-Tamatea's reggae/dub experience, and Shadbolt's blues roots to create a sound entirely their own.

Armed with a unique live sound that automatically fills any dancefloor, L.A.B. are on a meteoric rise. Their freshly-released debut album went straight to number one on iTunes, and is a unique blend of soulful-rock and electronic-funk, punctuated by exceptional melodies.

This is one electric performance not to be missed.

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DJ Sirvere

DJ Sirvere has never been just a turntablist. His extraordinary career has included roles as varied as gig promoter, magazine editor, television presenter, and radio station programme director. At every step, he's pushed the NZ hip hop scene forward and his success is built on his ability to work harder than anyone else in the room and to keep going even when the task ahead is daunting. Take any crucial turning point in the path of local hip hop and it's likely Sirvere was there, helping make it happen.

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About the venue

The Factory is Hamilton's newest entertainment venue located right in the heart of the Southend of Victoria Street (central Hamilton's hospitality precinct). Combining the areas of the Outback Inn and the bar formerly known as Axces, The Factory can hold over 2,000 people.

During 2017, this space hosted well known Australasian names like Peking Duk, The Feelers, Home Brew and Savage. The Factory is looking forward to kicking off a busy 2018 with a bang by hosting one of New Zealand's biggest live acts, Six60, before the start of the inaugural Hamilton Sevens.

The Factory - Hamilton
Hamilton, New Zealand

The Factory is Hamilton’s newest entertainment venue located right in the heart of the Southend of Victoria Street (central Hamilton’s hospitality precinct). Combining the areas of the Outback Inn and the bar formerly known as Axces, The Factory can hold over 2,000 people. During 2017, this space hosted well known Australasian names like Peking Duk, The Feelers, Home Brew and Savage. The Fac

Address: 28 Alexandra Street
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Web: http://www.thefactoryhamilton.co.nz