Noah Kahan, the 26-year-old Americana sensation, has embarked on what could arguably be the biggest venture of his flourishing career. Wednesday heralded the news that, come 2024, Kahan will be taking his mesmerizing performances across North America, serenading fans in prominent stadiums and arenas.
The "We'll All Be Here Forever Tour" will stride across North American soils post its European and U.K. leg, culminating in early 2024. Mark your calendars for March 26, when Vancouver will be graced with Kahan's melodic presence.
Canada will reverberate with his tunes throughout the spring before his musical journey sweeps into the United States. Major cities like Nashville, Austin, Los Angeles, and New York are already buzzing in anticipation, with Madison Square Garden spotlighted for a spellbinding performance.
As a fitting finale, Boston's historic Fenway Park will witness the tour's crescendo.
Mt. Joy Joins Tour Finale
Fans have another treat in store: the "Dial Drunk" maestro will share the stage with Mt. Joy for the tour's conclusion, and whispers of other opening acts persist, though official confirmations are forthcoming.
Sharing his elation on Instagram, Kahan penned, "This exceeds even my wildest childhood dreams... I can’t hardly believe it”. As the proverbial clock ticks down, fans can register for the Advance Registration Presale, ending September 24, 10 p.m.
PT. Lucky, randomly chosen fans will soon hold the golden presale ticket, kick-starting on September 27. The tour follows the wake of Kahan’s massively successful "Stick Season Tour" in 2022 and 2023, a celebration of his album that clinched No.
3 on the Billboard 200. This new endeavor also dovetails with his collaborative stint with Post Malone on “Drunk Dial”. Reflecting on his rapid rise to fame, the Vermont-native confessed to PEOPLE, “This is the first time I've ever felt comfortable in my skin as a musician...
it felt like every musical moment I've ever had has led me to this project." For all Kahan aficionados, his tour dates are outlined, beginning in Vancouver on March 26, and drawing to a poignant close in Boston on July 19. This soaring journey of melodies and memories is certainly not to be missed.