Zach Bryan and Noah Kahan Hinterland Festival 2023
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Noah Kahan Joins Zach Bryan to Perform 'Revival' At Hinterland Music Festival 2023

August 7, 2023 10:38 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 10:05 pm GMT

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Those in attendance at Zach Bryan's headline set at Hinterland Music Festival on Saturday night (August 6) were treated to a surprise appearance from Noah Kahan, who joined the Oklahoman country star to sing on his set closer, 'Revival'.

Bryan's renowned for bringing out pals and fellow contemporaries for the song, with Megan Moroney recently joining him for a rendition at Festival D'été de Quebec. This time, it was the 'Dial Drunk' singer's turn to belt out the famous chorus, the fans in attendance screaming in delight as Kahan took to the stage with a beer in hand.

It followed Kahan's own set that day at the Iowan festival, which also saw headline sets across the weekend from Bon Iver and Maggie Rogers.

2023 has already been a hugely successful year for both artists, with it still only being August. Kahan has released a new version of his hit single 'Dial Drunk' - featuring a vocal turn from International superstar Post Malone - while also selling out Wembley Arena ahead of his 2024 UK and Europe Tour.

Bryan, meanwhile, is heavily expected to release a brand new album this month, with anticipation reaching fever pitch following the success of his very much sold out Burn Burn Burn Tour across the UK, Europe and United States. Ahead of the album's release, Bryan appeared on the hugely popular Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where he revealed one of the tracks from the new record would be entitled 'Tradesman'.

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