Cattle & Cane at newly refurbished Middlesbrough Town Hall

On Friday 4 May 2018, Cattle & Cane and Cape Cub will play an exclusive up-close-and-personal-gig to just 100 lucky guests at Middlesbrough Town Hall. The gig comes as part of the continuing celebrations leading up to the official reopening of the Town Hall at the end of May.

The event will take place in the intimate setting of the Town Hall’s Courtroom which has never before been open to the general public. Led by siblings Joe and Helen Hammill, Cattle& Cane are capable of shifting even the hardest of hearts with their perfect soaring harmonies.

Cattle & Cane

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 earned a reputation as one of the North East's most magical live acts.

Cape Cub

Hailing from the shores of the North East coast, Cape Cub is the project of emerging producer and songwriter Chad Male. The musician garnered a tidal wave of online attention after his song 'Swim' found its way to the top of the Hype Machine chart and gained national airplay via BBC Radio 1.

With over 20 million streams on Spotify and support slots with the likes of Fickle Friends, Picture This, Sunset Sons and Clean Cut Kid already under his belt, it's no surprise that The 405 reckon ‘his talent shines so brightly that it should be pretty clear that there are some big things in store for him.’

Win with Middlesbrough Town Hall

Fifty winners will be chosen at random on 27 April 2018. Each winner will receive a pair of tickets to attend the exclusive gig on Friday 4 May, from 4pm - 5:30pm.

On Friday 8 June 2018, the band will headline at the newly renovated main hall of Middlesbrough Town Hall, when they’ll be joined by the Northern Orchestra for a very special concert.

Tickets available from Middlesbrough Town Hall website.

Catch them up close and personal before then with this stripped back acoustic performance before the band head to Toronto for the prestigious Canadian Music Week.