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Crowds gathered during the music concert at Sky Stadium.
- 15% of Wellington’s population of 2.16 lakhs attended the concert.
New Zealand’s Auckland has come under lockdown since Monday, while another city of Wellington appeared to be submerged in celebration. In fact, the music concert took place at the 34,500 capacity Sky Stadium in the capital Wellington. The famous band Six-60 performed in it. It was named- ‘The greatest show on earth’. In which about 32 thousand people attended.
Wellington has a population of about 2.16 lakhs and is the third largest city in New Zealand. That means 15 percent of the city’s population was present in the concert. That too when a three-day lockdown has been imposed in the largest city with a population of 16.7 lakh.
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