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19 MAY 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Today, critically acclaimed, Vermont singer and songwriter Noah Kahan reveals the upcoming release of Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) out June 9th via Mercury Records/Republic Records/Universal Music Canada. The highly anticipated, extended version of 2022’s breakout album will feature seven new tracks, including “Dial Drunk,” which has already received an incredible response from fans online after Noah began teasing the song on social media, amassing millions of views to date. Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) will arrive just in time for Noah’s summer leg of the “Stick Season Tour, which is completely sold out and includes two nights at New York’s Radio City Music Hall and one night at Los Angeles’ The Greek Theatre.


Noah says, “I deeply appreciate your patience and your support for this project, and I am so incredibly grateful to be able to continue telling this story. I can’t believe I get to do this for a living, and I can’t imagine a better community to make music for.”


Recently, Noah dropped a live rendition of his emotional song “Orange Juice” and a captivating cover of Jason Isbell’s “If We Were Vampires” featuring Wesley Schultz of The Lumineers for Spotify Singles—listen HERE. His version of “If We Were Vampires” was praised by Isbell himself, and earlier this spring while on tour in Denver, Noah gifted fans with a live performance of the beloved track with a surprise appearance from Schultz—watch HERE.


Following the release of his celebrated album Stick Season and sold-out Fall 2022 and Winter 2023 legs of his “Stick Season Tour,” Noah Kahan has cemented himself as one of this year’s biggest breakout artists. This summer’s tour marks the largest headline venues and performances of Noah’s career thus far, with over 275 thousand tickets sold to date and shows selling out in a mere few hours after going on-sale. See the full list of upcoming dates below.


$1 from every ticket on the “Stick Season Tour” will go towards supporting mental health services via the PLUS1 Mental Health Access Fund—stay tuned for an exciting announcement coming soon.


Upon release last fall, Stick Season debuted at #14 on the Billboard 200 Chart, #4 on Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums Chart, #5 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums Chart, and #5 on Billboard’s Top Rock & Alternative Albums Chart. Not to mention, it skyrocketed to #6 on Spotify’s Weekly Top Albums USA Chart, and Noah had six songs from the album featured on Spotify’s Viral 100 Chart—the most of any artist on the chart at that time—with “Stick Season” securing the #1 spot. To date, the album has garnered over 600 million global streams. The viral title track also captured #1 on the AAA Radio Chart—Noah’s first #1 at the format—and fan favorite track “Homesick” currently sits at #6 on the chart. Stick Season received praise from the likes of Associated Press, CBS This Morning, Song Exploder, Billboard, GQ, Esquire, V Magazine, People, and many more, while Noah delivered captivating live performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, TODAY, The Kelly Clarkson Show, and Artists Den’s “Live From My Den.


Stay tuned for much more to come from Noah Kahan this summer!



  1. “Northern Attitude”
  2. “Stick Season”
  3. “All My Love”
  4. “She Calls Me Back”
  5. “Come Over”
  6. “New Perspective”
  7. “Everywhere, Everything”
  8. “Orange Juice”
  9. “Strawberry Wine”
  10. “Growing Sideways”
  11. “Halloween”
  12. “Homesick”
  13. “Still”
  14. “The View Between Villages”
  15. “Your Needs, My Needs”
  16. “Dial Drunk”
  17. “Paul Revere”
  18. “No Complaints”
  19. “Call Your Mom”
  20. “You’re Gonna Go Far”
  21. “The View Between Villages (Extended)”



May 21                                 Gulf Shores, AL  Hangout Music Festival

May 26                                Lewiston, NY                     ARTPARK Amphitheater^

May 27                                 Boston, MA                         Boston Calling

May 30                                Albany, NY                         Palace Theatre^

June 1                                  Montreal, QC                    MTELUS^

June 2                                  Montreal, QC                    MTELUS^

June 3                                  Lafayette, NY                    Beak & Skiff Orchards

June 6                                  Pittsburgh, PA                   Stage AE

June 7                                  New York, NY                    Radio City Music Hall^

June 9                                  Columbia, MD                   Merriweather Post Pavilion^

June 10                                Philadelphia, PA               The Mann Center^

June 11                                Charlottesville, VA           Ting Pavilion^

June 13                                Charlotte, NC                    Sky Credit Union Amphitheater^

June 14                                Raleigh, NC                        Red Hat Amphitheater^

June 16                                 Manchester, TN Bonnaroo

June 17                                Atlanta, GA                        Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park #

June 18                                Charleston, SC                   Firefly Distillery #

June 20                                Asheville, NC                     Rabbit Rabbit^

June 22                                Cleveland, OH                   Jacobs Pavilion @ Nautica^

June 23                                Cincinnati, OH                   The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park^

June 24                                 Milwaukee, WI                  Summerfest

June 25                                 Dillon, CO                            Dillon Amphitheater

July 26                                  Morrison, CO                    Red Rocks Amphitheatre*

July 28                                  Newport, RI                        Newport Folk Festival

July 29                                  Burlington, VT                   Waterfront Park^

July 30                                  Burlington, VT                   Waterfront Park^

August 3                               Chicago, IL                           Lollapalooza

August 5                               Saint Charles, IA                Hinterland Music Festival

August 8                              Phoenix, AZ                       Arizona Financial Theatre^

August 9                              San Diego, CA                    Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater^

August 11                            Los Angeles, CA                The Greek Theatre^

August 13                            San Francisco, CA             Outside Lands Music Festival

August 15                            Redmond, WA                  Marymoor Park^

August 16                            Vancouver, BC                  Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre^

August 18                            Spokane, WA                    Pavilion at the Riverfront^

August 19                            Bend, OR                            Hayden Homes Amphitheater^

August 20                            Palmer, AK                          Alaska State Fair

August 26-27                      Richmond, VA                    Iron Blossom Music Festival

August 31                            New York, NY                    Radio City Music Hall #

September 1                      Syracuse, NY                      St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview #

September 2                      Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center #

September 5                      Bridgeport, CT                  Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater #

September 6                      Gilford, NH                          Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion #

September 7                      Gilford, NH                        Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion #

September 9                      Mansfield, MA                  Xfinity Center #

September 12                    Columbus, OH                   KEMBA Live! #

September 13                    St. Louis, MO                     Saint Louis Music Park #

September 15                    Indianapolis, IN                TCU Amphitheater @ White River State Park #

September 16                    Detroit, MI                        Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre @ Freedom Hill #

September 17                    Toronto, ON                      Budweiser Stage #

September 30                    Ocean City, MD Ocean’s Calling

October                                Austin, TX                            Austin City Limits Music Festival


^ with Joy Oladokun

# with Ruston Kelly

* with Briston Maroney



As Noah Kahan changes, he casts those experiences onto songs like light through a film projector. At the core of the music’s upbeat energy and unfiltered lyrics, you’ll hear who he was before and who he became—almost in real-time. The Vermont singer still pens songs straight from the heart and still cracks jokes with his signature, self-deprecating sense of humor; he’s just changed in all of the right ways (and chronicled them via his songwriting). He gained that understanding through quite the journey from small town Vermont to global renown. He’s racked up over two billion streams, released three full length albums (Busyhead, 2019; I Was / I Am, 2021; Stick Season, 2022) and a mid-pandemic EP (Cape Elizabeth, 2020), picked up a Gold Certification for “Hurt Somebody” feat. Julia Michaels, and performed on television shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Late Night with Seth Meyers, TODAY, and The Kelly Clarkson Show. After 5 years of critical acclaim and global touring, he sought an even purer style of writing and arrangement inspired by his New England roots, a challenge from within to convey a vivid representation of what he loves, fears, and struggles with most passionately. The result is Noah’s critically acclaimed new album Stick Season, which features his Gold-Certified viral hit single “Stick Season” and has become his most successful release to date. Following the album release, Noah embarked on the first two legs of his sold-out “Stick Season Tour” across North America, which will continue into this summer, where he’ll play his biggest venues to date, including the iconic Radio City Music Hall, The Greek Theatre, and Red Rocks Amphitheatre.