Live Nation Presents:
Sarah Kang: The Hopeless Romantic Tour with corner club (SOLD OUT)
Sat, Jan 20
Doors: 7:00 pm | Show: 8:00 pm
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All Ages
VIP Package details below:
1 GA Ticket
Early Entry
M&G / Photo with Sarah (before show)
Signed Photo Print

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.


Sarah Kang

Sarah Kang is a NYC-based singer-songwriter, whose genre is a seamless blend of jazz, R&B, and pop paired with thoughtful lyricism and warm, cozy vocals. Born in South Korea and raised in LA, Chicago, and Dallas, she grew up playing the piano and the french horn but never imagined she'd ever become a professional musician. Being raised in an immigrant family, a creative career was never presented to her as a real possibility — only a pipe dream. However, after releasing her first collection of original songs called "Fair Weather," which she recorded in her closet, and with the encouragement of her family and friends in 2017, she quit her job as a music teacher and took the jump into full-time music. She released her debut EP called "One," funded by a Kickstarter campaign, in 2019 with collaborators Takahiro Izumikawa, Dan Song, and Andrew Kim. In 2020, she challenged herself to release a song every month, and that July, she released her most well-known song to date called "Summer Is for Falling in Love," which has over 13 million streams on Spotify. The song has also been featured in Nespresso, Uniqlo, and LG advertisements, as well as Korean dramas and TV shows. She released her second EP "maybe i'm better now" in 2021 with her producer Patrick Hizon, in which she explored her more soulful and R&B side. In 2022, she released her first full-length album "how i remember" and made it onto the cover of Spotify playlists "Retro Pop" and "Next Gen Singer-Songwriter." Her song "end credits" landed itself on Spotify's "New Music Friday" playlist.

Sarah often describes herself as someone who is perpetually nostalgic, sometimes preemptively nostalgic for moments that haven't even passed yet. This results in a timelessness in her songwriting, which evoke memories, tell intimate stories, and remind us of the finiteness of life, but also of hope for the future. She hopes that her music helps listeners to be fully present in the small moments that make life beautiful, like a sunset, or holding someone you love.

corner club

Imagine you're at a party. Where in the room are you?
For indie pop duo corner club, things have come a long way since they first nodded at each other from across the room at a college party at Princeton, where they met through an acapella group. After moving to New York City, Sav & Mike turned their post-work jam sessions into self-produced songs, finding a global audience from their bedrooms and forming corner club at the end of 2018.
With over 4 million streams across platforms to date, they landed on Spotify's Thailand Viral 50 with their second single, "Manhattanhenge." Following that success, the pair released their first EP, *little love lullabies*, at the beginning of 2021 and saw the EP’s lead single, “too good,” featured on Spotify’s Dope AF playlist. More recently, their single "ok time" was featured on Spotify's Fresh Finds and Fresh Finds: Indie playlists, and their single "whenever you're ready" was featured on 9 of Spotify's New Music Friday playlists across Asia. Since returning to live shows post-pandemic, they co-headlined Mercury Lounge in NYC in early 2023.
Now based out of San Francisco, the duo plans to release their first full-length EP, *in the rearview mirror,* on October 6, representing an earnest view into the people and places left behind in their lives since the beginning of the pandemic. Memories from a childhood home long gone, the generational grief of loved ones passing, and reflections on a slow-burning heartbreak interlace in this equally nostalgic and dynamic record. The EP maintains the intimate story-telling and playful ambience of past releases while exploring new directions in genre, intensity, and emotion, showcasing the duo’s evolving sonic identity.