BY TER STAFF
Milwaukee was treated to a night of unforgettable live music as singer-songwriter Noah Kahan took to the stage for a sold-out crowd at the Miller High Life Theatre. The Vermont-native, known for his soulful voice and captivating live performances, treated fans to a set filled with crowd-pleasers and cuts from his latest studio album, “Stick Season”, one of the top albums to come out of the quarantine that has resonated with so many fans across the globe.
With a mix of performances from his first three albums, including a memorable encore of his breakout single “Stick Season”, Kahan had the audience of 4,000+ entranced from start to finish. Noah Kahan paid visit to Milwaukee during his first tour, performing for a few hundred at the Turner Hall Ballroom, but last night was evidence of his growth and massive reach in the past couple years.
In what was easily the biggest concert in Milwaukee for the year thus far, we sent our photographer Tess Trueblood to the Miller High Life Theatre to capture the highlights of the memorable night, giving fans a glimpse of Kahan’s unforgettable Milwaukee concert.
Photos by Tess Trueblood/The Early Registration