Noah Kahan @ Dillon Amphitheater

BOOOOOY, does Noah Kahan put on a damn show. He played an absolutely incredible show at Dillon Amphitheater on July 25 in Dillon, CO. Opening up the show was Josiah and the Bonnevilles. WHAT A TIME!!!!

Josiah and the Bonnevilles

I can’t even tell you how cute Josiah was up there on that stage, a guy from a small town in Tennessee and just exuding gratitude for getting to open up for Noah. It was just him and his guitar TEARING IT UP. He also used a harmonica on some sort of device that he could play while simultaneously strumming the guitar. That is talent, y’all.

Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

Noah Kahan

I can’t even put into words how amazing Noah Kahan is. He is seriously going to go so far, and even his growth this past year is tremendous. And while he is an amazing artist & musician, I believe his success is also a testament to who he is a person.

Mental Health Matters

Some of my favorite moments from his set were the space he gave the fans/crowd to just be while also allowing us to feel through his music & lyrics. Allowing us to not be okay or to just scream sing back at him. Essentially giving us the space for whatever we needed in that moment. His advocacy for taking care of yourself & your mental health will never go unnoticed. Vulnerability is hard & Noah being so open about his journey, his struggles, & more – I know this has helped SO MANY PEOPLE. We are big advocates of mental health here at PCD, so we are 100% behind Noah on this.

The Show

In terms of the show, I don’t think there was one song I didn’t hear people singing along. There were some songs I didn’t know super well, but listening to the crowd around me fully enveloped in those words = magic. I think my jaw was to the floor the whole show. The way he interacts with the crowd, his amazing facial expressions, jumping into the pit to interact with the front row. There was also a part of the show where he advocated for his hometown of Vermont and encouraging us to help with flood relief. I mean talk about advocacy. It’s more than just music & I absolutely loved seeing him use his voice to try to help in whatever way he can.

Basically, you need to go see Noah, STAT. I know demand is high so please be careful with scammers, but it is so so so worth it.

Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

We also got to cover Noah’s shows in Cleveland @ Jacobs Pavilion & at Red Rocks (coming soon). Check them out!

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