BY ANGELA FLYNN
On Thursday, November 3rd, 2022, I had the privilege of witnessing Noah Cyrus, absolutely gorgeous in her aura at August Hall, SF California in her red dress. Noah performed in front of a sold out audience for the second to last show of The Hardest Part Tour.
At just 22 years old she is embarking out on her first ever headline tour for her debut album, featuring special guest, Gigi, who was just wrapping her 30-minute set when I entered the venue. The venue was nearly full as fans raised their phone flashlights in the air, swaying along to the final song of the evening.
Fans eagerly awaited as Cyrus graciously stepped out from between the fog on stage, captivating her audience with bleached brows and a smile. She opened with songs off her new album: Noah (Stand Still), Mr. Percocet, and Unfinished. Cyrus’s set sounded refreshing, mature, and dare I say the standard of what it means to put on a live show. The band and Noah worked together flawlessly, it was clear that there’s a great sense of teamwork between them all. Noah’s vulnerability and softness in songwriting carries through in her vocal performance. These qualities make Noah a truly incredible artist to watch.
The Hardest Part Tour is the third concert tour by American singer Noah Cyrus, in support of her debut studio album, The Hardest Part. The tour began on October 4, 2022, in Phoenix, Arizona and ended on November 4, 2022, in Los Angeles, California.
You can find more of Noah here:
Set list / Noah (Stand Still) / Mr. Percocet / Unfinished / Liar / The Best of You / Ready to Go / All Three / My Side of the Bed / Every Beginning Ends / I Got So High That I Saw Jesus / Again / I Just Want a Lover