Gisborne drops to second in Six60 comp

Six60 were on hand when the All Blacks visited Rugby Park. File picture

POPULAR New Zealand band Six60 could be performing in Gisborne again but only if people keep voting in an online contest.

The band, who performed at Gisborne’s Rugby Park earlier this year during an All Blacks pre-Rugby World Cup appearance, are running the online contest to decide two regions to receive an acoustic performance of their new album.

After briefly leading the vote, Gisborne is now in second place behind Manawatu-Whanganui, but Southland is a close third.

To vote for Gisborne head to six60.co.nz and scroll down to Vote For Six60 To Visit Your Hometown.

POPULAR New Zealand band Six60 could be performing in Gisborne again but only if people keep voting in an online contest.

The band, who performed at Gisborne’s Rugby Park earlier this year during an All Blacks pre-Rugby World Cup appearance, are running the online contest to decide two regions to receive an acoustic performance of their new album.

After briefly leading the vote, Gisborne is now in second place behind Manawatu-Whanganui, but Southland is a close third.

To vote for Gisborne head to six60.co.nz and scroll down to Vote For Six60 To Visit Your Hometown.

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Sarah - 12 days ago
Closes midnight the 7th (I asked the six60 page) so two more nights of voting !!

Ariana Pahuru, Whakatane - 11 days ago
Yeah ya...

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