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Sage Gateshead Visitor Information

Whether you want to book a ticket, plan a visit or simply discover what Sage Gateshead can offer, all the information you need to enjoy your visit can be found here.

If you have any questions please contact a member of our Customer Service Team on 0191 443 4666.




Photo by Mark Savage

Getting Here

It couldn't be easier, whether you arrive by foot, bike, bus, car, motorbike, coach, taxi, train, plane or even limousine....

Gateshead Old Town Hall

Find out about upcoming concerts, opening times and access information.

Opening Times

We are open for an average of 14 hours every day, seven days a week. See this week's opening times.

Seating Plan

You can select your own seat for most Sage One and Sage Two concerts when you book online. You can also see the view of the st...

Sage Gateshead's fifth Birthday celebrations - photo Mark Savage

Ticket Office

Contact the Sage Gateshead Ticket Office for help booking tickets for a live music performance or event.

Inside Sage Gateshead Mark Savage

Tours and Groups

Discover the building's secrets by joining our Customer Service Team guides on a fascinating journey.

Take A Virtual Tour

Use Google Street View to take a virtual tour of Sage Gateshead...

Access information

Accessibility information for Sage Gateshead and Gateshead Old Town Hall including disabled parking information, baby changing ...

Photography Policy

Sage Gateshead allows non-professional, non-flash photography in the Halls, unless a ‘No Photography Policy’ is as...

Safety & Enjoyment

Strobe lighting, smoke effects, loud noises and special effects are sometimes used in performances. There will be external Hal...

Infants & Under 16s Policy

Everyone under 16 years of age needs a valid ticket to see events and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. People aged...

A diorama view of Newcastle and Gateshead - photo Mark Savage

About NewcastleGateshead

Why not combine a visit with a weekend break in the North East.