Written and Captured By | Eduardo Perez
On Thursday, October 27th, Noah Cyrus came to the House of Blues in Chicago for her 17th stop of “The Hardest Part” tour. With Gigi as a special guest, they brought a nice and intimate vibe to the historic Chicago venue. With a sold-out show and plenty of fans, Noah was able to make this a memorable night for many.
Gigi was first to take the stage around 7 pm. She came out with her band and an acoustic guitar and played some songs from her catalog to help warm up the crowd and get the night started. One of the songs she performed was a cover of the song “Radio” by Lana Del Rey which the crowd absolutely loved. They began singing along with her including myself as that is a song that I also really love. Gigi was very likable and down to earth. After her set, she even went to the merch stand to meet with fans and sell some of her merch. Overall, a very good opener to have on your tour.
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Shortly after, Noah Cyrus took the stage and the crowd by now almost doubled in size. A packed venue greeted her with screams and cheering as she opened with her song “Noah (Stand Still)”. Her show consisted of lots of songs from both her 2020 album “The End of Everything” as well as her new 2022 album “The Hardest Part”. As the show went on, she would stop occasionally to speak to the crowd about how grateful she was to be there and perform. I personally did not listen to Noah Cyrus regularly before going to this show, but she definitely made a fan out of me. Her voice had a soft tone to it and paired nicely with her band to bring a folky vibe infused with a little bit of pop. Not only did Noah do a great job at keeping the crowd engaged, she even came back out to perform three encore songs which are not very common.
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At the end of the night, she thanked the fans, her band, and Gigi for opening and making this show possible and memorable. Overall, the experience at “The Hardest Part” tour was positive and a lot of fun. I would definitely consider coming out to see another Noah Cyrus show the next time she comes to Chicago.
– Written By | Eduardo Perez