Noah Cyrus sells out the Studio TD in Montreal, Canada

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Noah Cyrus, an American songwriter and Best New Artist Grammy-nominee, visited Montreal on October 24th bringing her highly-anticipated Tour: The Hardest Part.

Noah played about an hour and a half set filled with interaction, raw energy, and powerful vocals. At the start of the show, the lights dimmed and Noah emerged from the side of the stage waving to the crowd. She opened with “Noah (Stand Still)”, the first track of her debut album The Hardest Part.

On stage, Cyrus kept it both simple and intimate. She took the stage accompanied by her band, wearing a peach-colored lace dress.

She continued with “Unfinished” and “Liar”, which seamlessly transitioned into “The Best of You / The Worst of You”, a song from her 2021 EP People Don’t Change.

She followed with “Again” paying tribute to XXXTentacion who is featured on the song and performed some of her most popular songs such as “July”, “The Hardest Part” and “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” during which showed her impressive vocals.

Noah played a fantastic, mesmerizing set that was full of great tunes. When we all thought her performance was over, she came back on stage to perform 3 more songs including “Lonely”, a fan favourite.

From start to finish the night was a magical experience with the energy looming in the air long after Noah left the stage.

Check out our photo coverage of the show below:

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Photos of the show taken by Marjorie Halle Website // Instagram

Keep Up With Noah Cyrus: Instagram // Twitter // Facebook // Website

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