We have some fantastic Live Music coming to Champs in the coming months


Nearly Noel Gallagher's High Flyin' Birdz

Saturday 27th January 2018


The UK's Number 1 tribute to Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. A five piece band playing the songs of Noel Gallagher and Oasis.

They sold out Champs last time so dont miss out!!


Wristbands £5 each 


Britpop Union

Saturday 24th Febuary 2018


The Britpop Union pay tribute to the British music scene, bringing the recreated hits up-to-date in a powerful combination of passion and quality akin to the harder-hitting sound that the bands produced in their live shows.

Playing songs from the likes of Blur, Paul Weller, Shed Seven, The Verve, Pulp, Supergrass, Space, Edwyn Collins, Mansun, James, The Stone Roses, Cast, Reef, Primal Scream, The Supernaturals, Embrace and Oasis etc. Glory in the anthems that brought British alternative rock into the mainstream and formed the backbone of a larger British cultural movement of the 1990's that came to be known as Cool Britannia. The Britpop Union are a five-piece, 100% live band, based in The Tyneside area and have many years of experience playing live.


This is a free event.


Bryan Adams Experiance

Sunday 1st April


This Easter Sunday in Champs we welcome back the fabulous BRYAN ADAMS EXPERIENCE.

Playing all the hits from Bryan Adams this is a night not to be missed!!


Come and celebrate the Bank Holiday Weekend at Champs!!


This is a Free event.


Spitting Vicars UK

Saturday 28th April

We welcome for the first time to Champs, The Spitting Vicars who are a North East Punk Rock Band, founded in Sunderland early 2003.


This is a free Event 




The Baggy Mondays

Sunday 6th May


The Baggy Mondays are a band that, quite simply, love 'Madchester'. Having lived through the 'second summer of love' The Baggies are a collective of seasoned performers who survived to tell the tale.

So if your ear craves a performance that doesn't restrict itself to a single band but encompasses entire era, then look no further. From the rise of the 'Factory Records' and heady days of 'Spike Island' to the origins of what became 'Britpop'.


Come and share your Bank Holiday with us!!!