USANA Amphitheatre | Salt Lake City, Utah
Noah Kahan is taking the world by storm in an all-new international tour! The tour has just been announced, just a few short months after the release of his newest album “Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here).” The trek is kicking off in 2024 and is taking Noah Kahan across Europe before finally landing in the United States. People of Utah, Noah Kahan did not forget about you! He added a stop in Salt Lake City, and it’s going to be fantastic.
Catch Noah Kahan live when he makes an appearance at the famed USANA Amphitheatre on the 9th of July, 2024. This tour is one that you can’t miss - so circle the date on your calendars! Tickets to Noah Kahan’s show in Salt Lake City are available here. If you wish to witness him live, you must grab your tickets as early as now. Tickets are selling FAST - hurry!
Noah Kahan, born on January 1, 1997, is a rising star in the music scene. He signed with Republic Records in 2017, and his journey since then has been nothing short of remarkable. His breakthrough single, "Hurt Somebody," achieved gold status in the United States and made waves in international markets. But Noah didn't stop there. He's released multiple albums, including "Busyhead" in 2018, "I Was / I Am" in 2021, and "Stick Season" in 2022, which became his mainstream commercial breakthrough. But what makes Noah's music truly special is its emotional depth. His songs touch on themes like mental health struggles, small-town life, and heartache. Tracks like "No Complaints," "Call Your Mom," and "Dial Drunk" resonate deeply with listeners.
Now, let's talk about "Stick Season." He teased this song for almost two years, and it became a fan favorite, blowing up on TikTok. When it finally dropped on July 8, 2022, it became Noah's highest-charting song in the U.S. so far. It peaked at number 2 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart and number 12 on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart. Plus, it became his first number-one song on adult alternative radio in early 2023.
On September 14, 2022, Noah revealed that his third studio album, "Stick Season," was on its way. The 14-track album, produced by Gabe Simon, includes ten songs self-written by Noah. He penned this album during the pandemic, while he was back home in Vermont. "Stick Season" leans more into the folk genre compared to his previous pop-inspired work. It's a heartfelt homage to the folk singers he grew up listening to.
More recently, he dropped an extended version of the album - “Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever)” and it includes seven more songs. So, it’s seven more stories of heartache that pull at your heartstrings. Just a few months after he unveiled the album, he announced an international tour to go with it! This is the biggest thing Noah Kahan has ever done, so stay tuned for more information.
Salt Lake City, you're in for a treat because Noah Kahan is stopping in your area! Grab your tickets today before the show sells out!