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After selling out the 4,000-person-capacity Miller High Life Theatre in February, and then drawing one of the largest crowds ever for a grounds stage headliner at Summerfest four months later, Noah Kahan is set to play one of the Milwaukee area's largest venues in 2024.
The singer-songwriter is coming to the 37,000-person-capacity Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy July 13. The show is one of 32 shows on his newly announced "We'll All Be Here Forever Tour," running from March through July with stops at Fenway Park in Boston and Madison Square Garden in New York.
The tour follows the release of an extended edition of his breakout album "Stick Season," including his Post Malone collaboration "Dial Drunk."
Registration for access to purchase tickets is available now through midnight Sunday at registration.ticketmaster.com/noahkahan. Registrants will be randomly selected to receive access codes to purchase tickets Sept. 27. There will be other presales next week before tickets become available to the general public through Ticketmaster at 10 a.m. Sept. 29. Prices have yet to be announced.
This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Following massive Summerfest turnout, Noah Kahan playing Alpine Valley