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Noah Kahan Announces 2024 North America Tour Dates

September 20, 2023 4:48 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 7:19 pm GMT

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It looks like Noah Kahan will be a busy man in 2024, with the ‘Dial Drunk’ songsmith today announcing a slew of North American shows as part of his We'll All Be Here Forever tour.

The run of dates are in support of Kahan's celebrated 2023 deluxe album, Stick Season (We'll All Be Here Forever), which has already produced fan-favourites such as ‘Paul Revere’, ‘You're Gonna Go Far’, ‘No Complaints’ and ‘Call Your Mom’.

The Vermont native recently released a revamped version of the latter with a high-profile appearance from Lizzy McAlpine, and ticket-holders to his 2024 tour will be keenly looking forward to seeing which special guests emerge during his sets.

Noah Kahan's 2024 North America tour will take him across Canada in March and April, with dates lined up in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Toronto, Quebec and more.

Then, the fast-emerging country-folk artist will take his evocative arsenal of tracks through North Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Minnesota, Texas, California, Colorado and more throughout the remainder of the year.

Excitingly, Kahan's 2024 We'll All Be Here Forever tour includes blockbuster shows at New York's Madison Square Garden in July, in addition to a hotly anticipated performance at Boston's iconic Fenway Park venue, which will feature support from Mt. Joy.

Earlier in the year, Noah Kahan will perform a series of international dates, with shows on the books in the UK, Germany, France, Ireland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Belgium.

Attendees will be curious to see whether Kahan performs his recently teased Zach Bryan collaboration while out on tour, with the duet expected to be released in the coming weeks.

Pre-sale to Noah Kahan's 2024 North America leg begins on Wednesday, September 27 2023 at 10am local time. General on-sale opens on Friday, September 29 2023.

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