Six60 draws on Aboriginal and Māori cultures
As the thick bass line to Don't Forget Your Roots thumps, Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal dancers emerge from the wings, becoming silhouetted against a red, smoke-filled stage.
The sound of the didgeridoo rings out, hauntingly, over a sold-out crowd of 10,000 as a Māori kapa haka group moves in.
Singer Matiu Walters begins - first in English, "don't forget your roots my friends, don't forget your family," before switching into Māori, "Kia Mau Ki Tō Ūkaipō."
Fans are frenetic as two cultures come together - Māori women skilfully twirling their poi (a light ball on a string) in unison, with style and grace.
The ensemble reaches a crescendo with a hearty display of the Ka Mate Haka.