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You’d be hard-pressed to find another artist in recent history that has blown up as quickly as Noah Kahan.
The 26-year-old from Vermont began his music career in 2017, but saw barely any commercial success over the first five years and two albums of his career.
That all began to change in the summer of 2022, when he released the song “Stick Season” and an album by the same name just a few months later.
By early 2023, the song had become a smash hit and the album followed suit, especially when Kahan released an extended version with seven new songs in May.
With the mainstream commercial breakthrough came more demand, which meant Kahan’s smaller shows in 2023 were sold out and resale prices were off the charts.
The demand is so high that Kahan has announced a stadium tour for 2024, which will take him through Europe and North America between Feb. 8 and July 19.
After the European shows in February, the North American leg of the tour will kick off with a show at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Tuesday, March 26.
The Vancouver date will be followed by other Western Canadian stops in Calgary (Mar. 28), Edmonton (Mar. 29), Saskatoon (Mar. 30) and Winnipeg (Apr. 2).
Even though Kahan has graduated to stadiums, Live Nation still expects there to be an overwhelming demand for tickets to see the We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour.
That means fans will have to register before 10 pm on Sunday, Sept. 24, if they want a chance to secure tickets to a show.
“Once registration closes, fans will be randomly selected to receive a code that grants them access to the Registration Presale on Wednesday, Sept. 27,” Live Nation explained.
A limited number of tickets will be available during a general onsale starting at 10 am on Friday, Sept. 29.