Following unprecedented demand, a sold out national tour and chaotic scenes from in-store signings, 360 announces The Flying tour featuring both 18+ and underage shows to cater for the entire army.
Rather than taking Sixtys stadium-sized album into stadiums, hes rewarding followers by playing at venues that allow them to get up close and very personal with the man himself. Falling & Flying is continuing to dominate, with current single Boys Like You achieving certified double platinum status and the album itself charging towards platinum sales. Boys Like You is sitting at #3 on the ARIA singles chart, having held in the Top 5 for the past 4 weeks.
Falling & Flying moves into the #9 position this week, retaining a Top 10 spot for the last 6 weeks. Uncle Six is giving his loyal fans first chance to nab tickets. Fans must join the 360 mailing list via 360music.com.au by midday on Friday March 09 to get pre-sale information. The pre-sale begins midday Saturday March 10. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 9:00 am local time on Thursday March 15.
After an amazing response at selected shows on the most recent tour, special guest Gossling will be joining the entire run for The Flying Tour singing her part the summer smash hit Boys Like You. Also joining the tour will be Hermitude and Bam Bam.
Hermitudes fourth album, HyperParadise has just dropped featuring slamming single Get in My Life and dance floor gem Speak of the Devil. The infectious clip for Speak of the Devil scored them the 2011 Triple J Awards for Australian Music Video of the Year and was also nominated in the Best Song & Best Screen categories of the FBi Radio SMAC Awards.
Bam Bam released his first mix tape Straight Outta Bedrock in November last year. The 360 mash up of Skrillexs Died This Way featuring Bam Bam clocked up 10,000 in its first day of release and is now sitting at over half a million hits, making it the most viewed 360 track on YouTube after Boys Like You. The Flying Tour will also see 360 headline the massive annual Come Together festival in his only Sydney date.