Kiwi band Six60 is the first New Zealand headline act to sell out a show at Auckland’s Western Springs Stadium.
The group, which was formed in a uni flat a decade ago, saw 27,000 tickets snapped up in the first 20 minutes of being on sale.
Now the entire 50,000 tickets have been sold.
The group are in good company with the likes of Bowie, U2, Guns N’ Roses and the Foo Fighters having performed at the stadium.
Six60 is making history with the first time any Kiwi band has headlined at the venue.
Lead singer Matiu is proud about their achievement.
“It's amazing, the fact that it happened, and it happened so fast, it's definitely surprising.”
Six60 had their big break in 2010 with their hit song Don’t Forget Your Roots which put them on the world stage.
“It is surreal when we stop and force ourselves to think about it.
“We still see this as a stepping stone, this is by no means that we've made it, if you're impressed with this, wait and see what we have next.”
Concert promoter Brent Eccles says selling out Western Springs is a massive achievement.
“The spirit of those big concerts are still here at Western Springs. It is the greatest venue in Australasia, maybe the world.”
The biggest show Six60 have played to date was back in February at Auckland's Villa Maria winery.
That was to an audience of around 10,000. Come February, they'll be playing to five times that number.
One of New Zealand’s top music executives says an event like this could change the band forever.
“It's pretty mind-blowing to be honest, there is no other Kiwi artist to have done this, it's amazing.”