Noah Kahan has been generously giving his fans a plethora of singles and star-studded collaboration of late - but today he's treating his followers to a wholly different collection of gifts.
The Vermont-based singer-songwriter has announced his 2024 ‘Tour Patch Adventure’, which will involve the creation of a special, unique tour patch to accompany each show on his eagerly anticipated We'll All Be Here Forever run of dates.
The ‘Everything, Everywhere’ hitmaker took to X to explain why he's decided to add these endearing items to his merchandise roster, “I'm excited to introduce Tour Patches! So many of you have told me you've been to multiple shows of mine, which is incredible. I wanted to launch this patch program to offer a unique keepsake for every show”.
Each design in this new ‘Patch Club’ will be made all the more special by the fact that they won't be available online, “We're going to try this out by creating a custom limited edition patch for every headline date in 2024. The only way to get them is at the merch booth at one of my shows. Collect them, trade them, put them on anything you want!”
With Noah Kahan set to take his quickly expanding arsenal of fan-favourites across the US, Canada, Australia, the UK and more this year, it's safe to say his team will have been busy crafting this plethora of one-off designs for each 2024 show.
Although one of the designs featuring ‘Dublin, UK’ rather than ‘Dublin, Ireland’ emblazoned on the patch has caused some criticism, this will presumably be rectified by the time Noah's packed-out show at the 3Arena takes place on February 8th.
The unveiling of Noah Kahan's ‘Tour Patch Adventure’ arrives on the eve of his new collaboration with Sam Fender, a revamped version of ‘Homesick’, one of the many highlights from Noah's celebrated 2022 Stick Season album. This is the latest in a slew of high-profile duets, including ‘Dial Drunk’ with Post Malone, ‘Northern Attitude’ with Hozier and ‘She Calls Me Back’ with Kacey Musgraves.
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