Following his massively successful, sold-out 2022 and 2023 Stick Season Tour runs, Noah Kahan today announced his 2024 We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour North America dates. Produced by Live Nation, the 32-date leg kicks off on Tuesday, March 26th in Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena, with stops across North America in Toronto, Montreal, Nashville, Dallas, Austin, Los Angeles, New York, and more before wrapping up on Friday, July 19th with a celebratory New England stadium performance at Boston’s iconic Fenway Park with support special guests from Mt. Joy. Last month, Kahan announced 2024 dates in Europe and the UK, which will see him performing in Dublin, London, Paris and more.
The We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour will see the critically acclaimed Vermont singer & songwriter playing the biggest and most iconic venues of his career thus far, including Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Madison Square Garden in New York, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, and many more—solidifying his widely successful breakout year.
Tonight, Noah will take the stage as a performer at The Americana Music Association’s 2023 Americana Honors & Awards in Nashville at the famed Ryman Auditorium. He will also perform as part of Austin City Limits TV’s Season 49 on September 25th. Last week, Kahan enlisted Lizzy McAlpine for a newly recorded version of his deeply moving fan favorite, “Call Your Mom.” Written about giving unconditional support to a loved one during life’s darkest moments, Noah first debuted the touching collaboration last month at his sold-out show at Los Angeles’ Greek Theater. The track was released to widespread praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Consequence, Grammy.com, NYLON, V Magazine, UPROXX, and many more.