Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre | Englewood, Colorado
The Fiddlers Green Amphitheater will get a double dose of Noah Kahan's folk-pop magic on Wednesday, June 26! This encore performance is part of his "We'll All Be Here Forever" tour, promoting the extended edition of his breakthrough album, "Stick Season." With 32 shows planned, Kahan will serenade fans with his trademarked Americana-infused folk music inspired by the charms of New England's small-town life. Our main act made his mark in 2017 with the release of "Young Blood," his debut single, immediately followed by the five-time platinum record "Hurt Somebody." In 2019, he unveiled his gold-certified debut album, "Busyhead." His third one, "Stick Season," featured hits like "Northern Attitude" and "Homesick," which helped it dominate the Billboard US Top Alternative and Rock Album charts. The Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre will play host to Noah Kahan's return. With seating for 18,000 and a stunning backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, it offers top-notch acoustics and lighting for an unforgettable concert. Click the button above to get your tickets now!
It’s a back-to-back music getaway in Greenwood Village, Colorado, because Noah Kahan is gearing up for his second night out at the Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre! On Wednesday, June 26, the rising musician will once again enthrall crowds of fans with his signature blend of folk-pop and Americana. This national tour, dubbed “We’ll All Be Here Forever,” is in support of the extended version of his breakout album, “Stick Season.” With thirty-two shows scheduled so far, the series will showcase classics and all-new hits tuned to melodic whispers of small-town life inspired by his New England home.
“The sincerity in Kahan’s performance was enough to turn a non-listener into a long-time appreciator. The show served as a bittersweet reminder that there’s nothing like sharing good sound with good company.”
In 2017, Noah Kahan made an evocative first impression in the folk music scene with his debut single, “Young Blood.” Picking up on the momentum, he followed it up with “Hurt Somebody,” which earned five platinum records and a later re-record with Grammy Award-nominated pop singer Julia Michaels. Two years later, in 2019, Kahan would drop his gold-certified debut album “Busyhead.” But it was not until the release of his third studio album, “Stick Season,” that Kahan pierced the public consciousness. Featuring chart-breaking hits such as “Northern Attitude” and “Homesick,” the album rose to the peak of the Billboard US Top Alternative and Rock Album lists, even finishing third in the weekly Billboard 200.
Official setlists for the upcoming tour are still under wraps. For now, here’s a recent one from Kahan’s earlier concert for a possible sneak peek.
She Calls Me Back
Your Needs, My Needs
All My Love
The View Between Villages
The Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre will host Noah Kahan once more on his second night on Wednesday, June 26. This massive outdoor venue—the largest in Denver’s metropolitan area—can seat 18,000 guests, backdropped by a spectacular view of the North American Rockies. It features wide-range acoustics and dynamic on-stage lighting, transforming any concert event into unforgettable memories. Tickets are selling out - book yours now!