Continuing his impressive 2023 breakout, Noah Kahan has unveiled his long-awaited and highly-anticipated collaboration with Grammy-nominated global superstar Post Malone.

Kahan and Malone have joined forces for a new take on Kahan’s viral hit single, “Dial Drunk” — which is surely to become the collaboration of the summer.

Kahan says, “The reaction to ‘Dial Drunk’ has been so incredible and so overwhelming. I never know when or why a song is going to land, and to see the meaning and connection you have drawn from this track has inspired me in a way I have never been inspired before. You can only imagine my shock and excitement when Post told me he wanted to not only sing on it, but write his own verse. I have been listening to Post Malone since ‘White Iverson’ dropped, even covering ‘Congratulations’ right when my career was beginning. It feels like a full circle moment, and it has been a dream come true to make this collaboration happen. Thank you so much Post for blessing me with your involvement.”

This summer, Kahan continues his massive, sold-out “Stick Season Tour,” which has sold nearly half a million tickets worldwide and counting. He’s set to perform at Los Angeles’ The Greek Theatre on August 11th and his second sold-out night at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on August 31st — see the full list of upcoming North American tour dates below.

In addition to his headline tour, Kahan has become one of the most-talked about artists across the summer festival circuit, drawing some of the biggest crowds at festivals like Boston Calling, Bonnaroo, and more.

Tour Dates:

July 26                        Morrison, CO              Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
July 28                        Newport, RI                 Newport Folk Festival
July 29                        Burlington, VT             Waterfront Park^
July 30                        Burlington, VT             Waterfront Park^
August 3                      Chicago, IL                 Lollapalooza
August 5                      Saint Charles, IA         Hinterland Music Festival
August 8                     Phoenix, AZ                Arizona Financial Theatre^
August 9                     San Diego, CA            Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater^
August 11                   Los Angeles, CA         The Greek Theatre^
August 13                    San Francisco, CA     Outside Lands Music Festival
August 15                   Redmond, WA            Marymoor Park^
August 16                   Vancouver, BC           Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre^
August 18                   Spokane, WA             Pavilion at the Riverfront^
August 19                   Bend, OR                    Hayden Homes Amphitheater^
August 20                    Palmer, AK                 Alaska State Fair
August 26-27              Richmond, VA             Iron Blossom Music Festival
August 31                   New York, NY             Radio City Music Hall #
September 1               Syracuse, NY             St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview #
September 2               Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center #
September 5               Bridgeport, CT            Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater #
September 6               Gilford, NH                  Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion #
September 7               Gilford, NH                  Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion #
September 9               Mansfield, MA             Xfinity Center #
September 12             Columbus, OH            KEMBA Live! #
September 13             St. Louis, MO              Saint Louis Music Park #
September 15             Indianapolis, IN           TCU Amphitheater @ White River State Park #
September 16             Detroit, MI                   Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre @ Freedom Hill #
September 17             Toronto, ON                Budweiser Stage #
September 30             Ocean City, MD          Ocean’s Calling
October                       Austin, TX                   Austin City Limits Music Festival

^ with Joy Oladokun
# with Ruston Kelly
* with Briston Maroney