Get Tickets to See Noah Kahan Live
Noah Kahan is an American singer-songwriter known for his folk-infused pop sound. He signed with Republic Records in 2017 and quickly gained attention with his debut single, "Young Blood," followed by four more highly successful singles. He made his television debut in 2018 on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, performing "Hurt Somebody," a song that would become a fan favorite and later feature a duet with Julia Michaels.
Raised in Strafford, Vermont, Kahan began writing songs at a young age and gained exposure by sharing his music on SoundCloud. Despite facing setbacks, he remained dedicated to his musical aspirations. Kahan's talent attracted the attention of producer Joel Little, leading to a collaboration on six songs that showcased his musical prowess and drew inspiration from artists like Paul Simon and Mumford and Sons.
Kahan has been open about his struggles with anxiety and depression, finding solace and connection through his music. In 2018, he released his self-titled debut EP, featuring the updated version of "Hurt Somebody" with Julia Michaels, which received critical acclaim.
In 2019, Kahan released his debut full-length studio album, "Busyhead," which solidified his place in the industry. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, he continued to create and connect with his audience. In 2020, he surprised fans with the release of the EP Cape Elizabeth, exploring his folk roots and paying tribute to his musical influences.
In 2021, Kahan released his highly anticipated second album, I Was/I Am, which featured introspective singles like "Part of Me," "Godlight" and "Animal." He announced an American tour and gained popularity on TikTok with the single "Stick Season." He later released an album titled Stick Season in 2022, which leaned more into the folk genre and showcased Kahan's growth as an artist.
In 2023, Kahan collaborated with Joy Oladokun on the single "We're All Gonna Die," further highlighting his ability to connect with listeners through his honest and powerful song writing.
Noah Kahan's music resonates with audiences due to his heartfelt lyrics, soulful melodies and authentic performances. His personal journey and struggles with mental health have made him relatable to many fans. With each release, Kahan solidifies his place as a talented artist in the music industry, drawing from his folk influences to create music that captivates listeners and provides a lifeline of empathy and understanding.
Check out upcoming tour dates and grab tickets online to see Noah Kahan live in concert.
- May 26, 2023: Artpark Amphitheater, Lewiston, NY.
- May 27, 2023: Boston Calling, Boston, MA.
- May 30, 2023: Palace Theatre, Albany, NY.
- Jun 3, 2023: Beak & Skiff Orchards, LaFayette, NY.
- Jun 6, 2023: Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA.
- Jun 7, 2023: Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY.
- Jun 9, 2023: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD.
- Jun 10, 2023: The Mann Center, Philadelphia, PA.
- Jun 11, 2023: Ting Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA.
- Jun 13, 2023: Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre, Charlotte, NC.
- Jun 14, 2023: Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC.
- Jun 16, 2023: Bonnaroo, Manchester, TN.
- Jun 17, 2023: Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA.
- Jun 18, 2023: Firefly Distillery, Charleston, SC.
- Jun 20, 2023: Rabbit Rabbit, Asheville, NC.
- Jun 22, 2023: Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, Cleveland, OH.
- Jun 23, 2023: The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park, Cincinnati, OH.
- Jun 24, 2023: Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI.
- Jul 25, 2023: Dillon Amphitheater, Dillon, CO.