Christmas with Cattle & Cane with support from Harri Endersby

Sage Two

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult

Led by siblings Helen and Joe Hammill, Teesside’s Cattle & Cane are capable of shifting even the hardest of hearts with their perfect soaring harmonies. After spending 2017 sharing stages with the likes of Tom Odell, Brian Wilson and The Head & The Heart, not to mention performing countless sold-out headline dates across the UK, Cattle & Cane have been making quite a name for themselves with their magical live shows.

“The band’s live show is magical… get ready to clap your hands and sing along – it’s pretty much requisite at a Cattle & Cane show” – Metro

“Cattle & Cane are waving the flag on folk-pop music in the UK at the moment” – 1883 Magazine

So far in 2018, they’ve performed in North America for the first time as part of the prestigious Canadian Music Week and they’ve also had the small matter of their biggest ever headline gig at the newly refurbished Middlesbrough Town Hall, not to mention appearances at a plethora of the UK’s best loved boutique festivals.

“There’s way more of a Fleetwood Mac influence than their earlier stuff and I love it” – The Independent

Their festive soirees have fast become a thing of legend and we’re delighted to be bringing them to the Sage for what promises to be an incredibly special event this December. This will be the band’s only North East show this Christmas, so don’t miss it!

“That was awesome!” – Dermot O’Leary (BBC Radio 2) | Facebook | Twitter

Stage Times

Doors: 7.30pm
8pm – 8.30pm: Support
9pm – 10.30pm: Cattle & Cane
Please note timings are subject to change

Part of Christmas and New Year at Sage Gateshead

We have something for everyone; families looking to get into the Christmas spirit with a spectacular show; friends and workmates looking to let their hair down and party the night away; and anyone looking to reflect on what Christmas means to them with a more traditional performance. Whatever...

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