Live Nation Presents:
New Hope Club US Tour
Sun, Oct 20
Doors: 7:00 pm | Show: 8:00 pm
Tickets: $20.00 - $70.00 Buy Tickets
All Ages
  • Early entry to the venue
  • First access to merch
  • M&G / photo opp with the band

Cafe Du Nord's Preferred Viewing Available

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 accommodations, 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.


New Hope Club

New Hope Club started 2024 with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity - recording a song for one of the biggest fights in boxing history. “Can’t Lose This Fight” was released for the “Ring of Fire” showdown between boxing’s two greatest heavyweight World Champions Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usky. The track follows a string of irresistible pop tunes the band has released over the past few years. The British band kicked off 2023 with the introspective “Don’t Go Wasting Time [youtube.com],” which earned a spot on BBC’s Radio 1 Future Pop and followed with the stripped-back ballad “Just Don’t Know It Yet [youtu.be],” and the P1Harmony collab, “Super Chic [youtu.be].” 2022 saw the release of the acoustic “Girl Who Does Both [youtube.com]” and disco-tinged “Getting Better [youtube.com]” (BBC Radio 1 Best New Pop). The summery 60s rock-inspired “Call Me A Quitter[youtu.be]” and “Whatever [youtu.be]” followed that summer, delivering the band’s most searing, honest lyrics about relationships to date. The band continued to showcase their sonic evolution with the invigorating guitar-pop anthem “L.U.S.H [youtu.be].” and rock, hype song “Walk It Out [youtu.be]” later that year. Their UK Top 5 charting debut album was released in 2020 and has tallied over 170 million Spotify streams and almost 2 billion streams overall and features their worldwide hit “Know Me Too Well [youtu.be]” (featuring Mexican superstar Danna Paola). Having written and performed together since their teens, Blake, George, and Reece have been sonically inspired by great bands they grew up listening to like The Beatles, The Strokes, and Vampire Weekend. Starting from local pub gigs in Manchester and London, they have cultivated a devoted global fanbase, selling out headline shows in cities like Los Angeles, New York, London (including the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire), Seoul, and Tokyo. Their U.S. touring debut saw them supporting Sabrina Carpenter, followed by an arena tour with Argentinian superstar Tini. They have played major festivals, including the CocaCola Festival in Spain, headlined the sold-out Busan International Rock Festival, the Haus of Wonder festival in South Korea, and the Gudfest Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia. Most recently, they performed at the Lovesome Festival. New Hope Club has collaborated with renowned producers Ross Golan and R3hab and have amassed over 3 billion global streams and over 900 million YouTube views. Their global following is particularly strong in Asia. In South Korea, their debut album has been certified 6x Platinum, and they regularly attract attention from some of the planet’s biggest K-pop stars, including V of BTS, Seventeen, and The Stray Kids. In addition to making music, the band has made inroads in the fashion world collaborating with renowned brands, including Celine, Ralph Lauren, and UK designer Daniel Fletcher among others and has been featured in the fashion pages of GQ, V Man, FLAUNT and Wonderland. In between recording and touring, Richardson will also be making his acting debut, playing Sir Paul McCartney in the eagerly anticipated film Midas Man, the Brian Epstein Beatles biopic.