Plus pre-concert performance by Jodie Nicholson
Please note that Sage Gateshead will have social distancing in place for the duration of June 2021. Tickets booked together will be sat together, with a socially distanced space between separate bookings.
When booking your tickets please observe current regulations and only book tickets as one party if all members are within one household or one bubble.
This is a rare opportunity to experience a different side to the band, with the show featuring a mix of acoustic and a cappella song arrangements, intricate four-part vocal harmonies and plenty of banter.
You can expect a mixture of selections from their back catalogue including songs from their 2019 album Powers, coupled with older favourites, and some covers and traditional songs thrown in for good measure.
Can’t make the live gig? Streaming passes are available!
Join us from the comfort of your own sofa for the live stream of the performance, which will be streamed as a live experience from our iconic Sage One hall. The live stream will be also be available to watch on demand for 48 hours from midnight on Saturday 5 June.
To get the best possible experience, please read our Streaming FAQs, which includes information on how to view the stream on your TV.
Plus pre-concert performance by Jodie Nicholson (Addtional ticket required)
As well as the performance in Sage One we will also be offering free music on our Concourse before each show. If you would like to come along please make sure you book a table, where you will be able to sit back, relax and enjoy a drink while you listen.
Please note, there are a limited number of tables available, which must be booked at the same time as your ticket. For your safety, we will be running table service only – all of our usual café and bar areas will be closed.
For this concert, we’re delighted that Jodie Nicholson will be joining us for the pre-concert performance on our Concourse Stage.
Darlington based and hotly-tipped British newcomer Jodie Nicholson who released a new single ‘Move‘ on Friday 18th September 2020.
Produced remotely during lockdown by Tim Bran (London Grammar, Birdy, Halsey, Aurora), Move sees Jodie’s ethereal vocals come to the fore amid a hypnotic and mesmerising soundscape, bringing to mind the effortlessly cool electro-indie-pop leanings of The Japanese House, the sparse hushed vocals of Dodie and the haunting synth vibes of Grimes.
Tickets for the pre-concert performance can be added at checkout and are free of charge.