Noah Kahan, the American singer-songwriter known for his folk and pop-infused music, is kicking off his North American tour with a show in Vancouver.
Kahan will perform at the Rogers Areana in Vancouver on September 24, and tickets are now available at the Ticket Master for the concert. Kahan kicks off his North American “We’ll All Be Here Forever” tour from Vancouver, followed by tours in cities such as Calgary, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Quebec and Montreal.
Fans are advised to book the tickets in advance you can now register for advances registration presale through his website. The presale closes on Sunday, September 24, at 10 pm.
Noah has also vowed to donate a portion of ticket sales to his very own mental health initiative, The Busyhead Project. He will donate a portion of every ticket sold from his massive 2023 tour to The Busyhead Project and support local organizations on the road, with the goal of raising $1 million!
Born on January 1, 1997, in Strafford, Vermont, Kahan gained recognition for his debut single “Young Blood,” which was released in 2017 and established him as an artist to watch out for music industry.
Kahan accentuates his distinctive voice with heartfelt lyrics, and often incorporates acoustic guitar and relatable storytelling into his songs. Some of his other popular tracks include “Hurt Somebody,” a collaboration with Julia Michaels, and “Mess,” both of which have received positive reviews and won him more fans.