Nashville, Tennessee (CelebrityAccess) – Current Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum selling RECORDS/Columbia Records artist Noah Cyrus In the wake of their critically acclaimed debut album, they announced a series of summer and fall headlining tour dates. The hardest part. The 22-city tour begins August 24 at the Vogue Theater in Vancouver, British Columbia. Stops include Spokane, Portland, Seattle, Boulder, St. Louis, Orlando, Charlotte, Richmond, Detroit and Indianapolis before finishing in Louisville, Kentucky on September 30.
Tickets are on sale now and VIP packages are also available.
Noah will be at the Snohomish Block Party on August 26th in Snohomish, Washington, Alaska State Fair on September 4th, Ogden Twilight, Utah on September 6th, Moon, and more throughout the summer and fall. will perform at several festivals and fairs throughout the summer and fall. River Festival in Chattanooga, Tennessee on September 6th and Treeline Music Festival in Columbia, Missouri on October 1st.
Cyrus released an emotional duet with him this spring. Vance Joy‘Everybody Needs Someone’, performed this song live on ABC american idol). ‘Everybody Needs Someone’ will be Cyrus’ first musical offering in 2023, following the release of her debut album in 2022. the hardest part And the special luxury edition that follows. Produced by Mike Crossey, the album features a new song “Set for Life” and an alternate arrangement of “Noah (Stand Still)” featuring her father. billy ray cyrus‘Hardest Part’, ‘Ready To Go’, ‘Unfinished’ and ‘I Burned LA Down’.
Cyrus has amassed a staggering 4.8 billion combined streams. the hardest part Over 186 million have already been accumulated, and more are on the way. In the midst of his whirlwind of loss, heartbreak and turmoil, Cyrus was able to take the reins of his life, take control of his life, and finally tell his story like never before. Today, the Nashville-born musician, singer, and songwriter reveals a strength that can only be found from within and does it through this heartfelt, personal body of work that is both timeless and contemporary. shared with the world. “All of these songs mean so much to me.
North American tour dates
08/24 – Vogue Theater – Vancouver, British Columbia^
08/26 – Snohomish Block Party – Snohomish, WA**
08/27 – Knitting Factory – Spokane, WA^
08/29 – Knit Factory – Boise, Idaho^
08/31 – McDonald Theater – Eugene, Oregon ^
09/01 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, Oregon
09/02 – Showbox – Seattle, WA^
09/04 – Alaska State Fair – Palmer, Alaska**
09/06 – Ogden Twilight – UTZ, Ogden**
09/07 – Boulder Theater – Boulder, Colorado^
09/09 – Delmar Hall – St. Louis, Missouri^
09/10 – Moon River Festival – Chattanooga, Tennessee**
09/12 – The Beacham – Orlando, FL^
09/13 – Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, FL^
09/15 – Senate – Columbia, SC^
09/16 – The Underground @ Fillmore – Charlotte, North Carolina^
09/17 – Lincoln Theater – Raleigh, NC^
09/19 – Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville, Virginia^
09/20 – The National – Richmond, Virginia^
09/21 – The NorVa – Norfolk, Virginia^
09/23 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, Ohio^
09/24 – Majestic Theater – Detroit, Michigan^
09/26 – Crossroads – Grand Rapids, Michigan^
09/27 – MegaCorp Pavilion – Newport, Kentucky^
09/28 – Old National Center Deluxe – Indianapolis, IN^
09/30 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, Kentucky^
10/01 – Treeline Music Festival – Columbia, Missouri**
^ Headline Performance
**Festival or fair performance