Skip to content
Sign Up To Our Newsletter Download Brochure
 Stereo Open Air: Brutus Gold’s Love Train

Stereo Open Air: Brutus Gold’s Love Train

Sat 28 August 2021


Once purchased, your tickets can be collected from Middlesbrough Town Hall Box Office on Mondays, Fridays & Saturdays from 10am to 3pm. 

The show has earned plaudits from the likes of Tina Turner, Owen Wilson, Ben Stiller and MTV

The world’s leading live disco event ‘Brutus Gold’s Love Train’ is heading back to its native Teesside for an epic outdoor show in Middlesbrough this summer to offer up an immersive disco experience that has to be seen to be believed.

The show is the latest act to be announced for Stereo Open Air, a four-day festival of music, film and food – set to take place in the heart of Middlesbrough from the 27th to the 30th of August. The Love Train will be hitting the stage in Centre Square on Saturday the 28th.

Fronted by the disco legend Brutus Gold, believed to be from Puerto Rico (or is it Puerto-Clarence?), The Love Train has gained a reputation internationally for its interactive, vibrant, and utterly unique disco show that has become renowned for beaming its audiences back to the nightclubs of the 1970s.

Brutus Gold is now bringing his acclaimed show back, bigger and better, to the town where it was born.

Brutus Gold said: “We’re coming back to Middlesboogie, baby! “I can’t wait to get back on the big stage and play in front of a home audience for the first time in over a year. You don’t need to get depressed all ya needs a hairy chest. Get set for the ultimate super-sonic Disco-tonic.”

Since its beginnings in 1989 on Teesside, the Brutus Gold Affair has been wowing audiences across the world with its meticulously crafted sets, authentic costumes and flawless selection of disco classics, including ‘Stayin’ Alive’, ‘Boogie Wonderland’, ‘Le Freak’ and many more.

With live music put on hold for the past twelve months, The Love Train’s legions of fans across the region are eagerly anticipating Brutus Gold’s long-awaited return to the big stage.

Gold added: “It’s been a long, hard year brothers and sisters, but don’t worry, your disco hero, Brutus Gold is back with the entire gang this August.

“We’ll be playing all of your favourite tunes, dancing all of your favourite moves and wearing the fabulously flamboyant attire of the golden era of disco.”

Now in its 32nd year, The Love Train has entertained more than one million people and over the years, has received plaudits from the likes of MTV and an impressive list of international stars.

Since its inception, Brutus Gold and his talented troupe have performed privately for celebrities that include Tina Turner, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. Wilson described the show as “totally awesome”, whilst Turner claimed she “danced all night” to the sounds of Brutus Gold’s selection of genre-defining records.

Featuring fully authentic retro scenery, stunning sound and dazzling lights, Brutus Gold and his team of gifted dancers, performers and musicians are set to take their audience on an A-Z tour through the music, fashion and dance moves that defined the era.

Audiences can expect an array of disco throwbacks, dance-offs and a cast of crazy characters who embody the eccentricities of the disco dance floor. Disco kid Alberto Balsam, Berni Inns, Chad Valley, Carlito, Disco Dick, Camp David, Ana Glypta and the outrageous Polly Ester are all expected to appear for one of the touring company’s very first live appearances since the pandemic hit last March. This is not one to miss!

‘The Love Train’ Disco Show will take place on the 28th of August 2021 at Stereo Open Air Festival, Centre Square, Middlesbrough.

STEREO OPEN AIR is a four day Music, Film & Food festival in the heart of Middlesbrough town centre.

Spread across the August Bank Holiday weekend, guests can expect a variety of entertainment from outdoor cinema sing-alongs, children raves and street food to international guest deejays and huge live acts.

The event is set to be the hottest ticket of the summer in the region

Booking Details


Sat 28 August 2021




Gates Open 6pm


£27.50 Includes £2.50 Booking Fee