Live Nation Presents:
Canaan Cox | Lost and Found Tour with Shelby Helburn
Thu, May 2
Doors: 7:00 pm | Show: 8:00 pm
Tickets: $20.00 Buy Tickets
21 and up
VIP with GA Package Description
  • Early Entry: 1 Hour Prior To Doors
  • Meet & Greet
  • Exclusive VIP Merch Item
  • Group Games With Canaan Cox
Package elements are subject to change

For any event that is listed as 18 or 21 and over, ANY ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.  Any event listed as All Ages, means 6 years of age or older.  ALL tickets are standing room only unless otherwise specified.  If you need special accomidation, contact info@cafedunord.com. 

Support acts are subject to change without refund.

Professional Cameras are not allowed without prior approval.  Professional Camera defined as detachable lens or of professional grade as determined by the venue staff. When in doubt, just email us ahead of the show! We might be able to get you a Photo Pass depending on Artist’s approval.


Canaan Cox

Canaan Cox is the definition of a triple threat - artist, actor and dancer. His music is a fusion of contemporary country, pop and a hint of rhythm and blues, which is no surprise as he grew up in a musical household. Originally from North Carolina, his father blasted Conway Twitty records while his mother toured the southeast with her band, and his seven sisters ensured he had a healthy dose of pop music. Cox went on to earn his BFA in Musical Theatre from Catawba College which allows him a unique musical perspective that influences everything he does today, from writing original music to his performance during live shows. Cox moved to Nashville in the fall of 2016, and began playing the downtown bars on Broadway.

During a chance encounter in 2021, Cox met radio and television personality Bobby Bones, who loved his hustle and invited Cox to appear on his show, reaching over 9.2 million listeners. His last single “As You Leave” (January 2022) received critical acclaim with marquee playlisting on Spotify including New Boots, Wild Country, Breakout Country, Next from Nashville, Apple’s New in Country, and was highlighted in Amazon’s Breakthrough Country playlist.

Following the outpouring of support he received on the Bobby Bones Show, his song was spotlighted on the Country Top 30. This momentum led Cox to a phenomenal year of streaming, seeing incredible 10x growth in 2022. His latest project “End Up In A Song” highlights his craft as a songwriter and sounds that blends his unique styles of music. In addition, Cox is preparing for his domestic / international “Lost and Found” Tour Spring of 2024. There is much to come from this multi-talented artist that is paving his own way in the music industry. 101%

Shelby Helburn

With a flair for the timeless, Shelby Helburn takes the melodies of 90s Britpop and combines them with the tradition of Americana to create a distinctive sound all his own. This rich sound--shaped by experiences of growing up in Martinez, California--aims to explore both the struggles and strangeness of modern life. 


After his highly-regarded debut album, Maybe Someday, Shelby began his intrepid journey around the SF Bay Area. From the local favorite Little Hill Lounge to the acclaimed Noise Pop Summer of Music series, Shelby has played all over The Bay. Whether he's strumming a stripped down acoustic set or rocking crowds with his full-band, his songs and playing style connect with audiences. 


"This music--what I'm singing about up there--it's a vehicle for living," Shelby said when asked about his work. "We've got people all over the place telling us 'This is how it has to be' and, well, I want to question all that. I want to extract meaning from a melody and share that with the crowd."  


With the summer of 2024 approaching, Shelby Helburn, in partnership with Up The Creek Records, is set to release his much anticipated sophomore album. This new album was recorded, mixed, and produced by Ben Hirschfield, mastered by Dave Cooley, and features accompaniments by Jeff Phunmongkol on pedal steel, Zack Barbieri on piano, and the enigmatic Michael Filice on bass. While the new album uses the past as scaffolding–with influences ranging from Bernard Purdie to George Harrison–the sound Shelby has cultivated is nothing short of innovative.