Noah Cyrus’s The Good Cry Tour Comes to Baltimore Soundstage on September 28
Noah Cyrus – younger sister of Miley Cyrus and a successful artist in her own right – comes to Charm City on September 28. The singer brings her The Good Cry Tour, with opener Maty Noyes, to the Baltimore Soundstage, right downtown.
The tour kicks off in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on September 22. The tour will hit Orlando, Atlanta and Nashville before rolling into Baltimore for a Friday night show on September 28.
All about Noah Cyrus
For a long time, Noah Cyrus was known primarily as the little sister of Disney Channel and musical artist phenom Miley Cyrus. However, Noah has always had a career of her own as well and over the past few years, she has become a force in her own right.
Noah turned 18 in January 2018. As a child, she appeared in several episodes of Hannah Montana, the show that helped her sister rocket to fame. Noah has also appeared in a couple movies and she ran a web series during 2009 and 2010.
In late 2016, she signed with Barry Weiss’s record label RECORDS. Since then, she has released several singles on her own and contributed vocals to “Chasing Colors” by Marshmello and Ookay. Her most recent single, “Live or Die,” was released in late August. It is a collaboration with her boyfriend, Lil Xan.
She has been nominated for several awards, including Best New Artist at the MTV Video Music Awards (2017) and Favorite Breakout Artist at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards (2017).
In the fall of 2017, she opened for Katy Perry on the Witness tour. The Good Cry Tour is her first headlining effort; just ahead of the tour, she will release another album, called Good Cry.
A Mississippi native, Maty Noyes is now a Los Angeles-based singer. Noyes is most well-known for her vocals on the hit song “Stay” by Kygo. She has also collaborated with The Weeknd, on the song “Angel” and her song “Haunted” was featured on the soundtrack for the movie Secret in Their Eyes.
She has released two albums: Noyes Complaint came out in 2016 and included the single “In My Mind” and her most recent effort, Love Songs from a Lolita, came out in mid-August of this year.
Noah Cyrus’s show starts at 8 p.m. and the doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance and $24 the day of the show.
Baltimore Soundstage is located at 124 Market Place, right in downtown Baltimore. It is close to tons of restaurants and bars, so it’s easy to make plans for before and after the concert.
An important part of planning for the best concert experience includes figuring out ahead of time where, exactly, you should park. Located at 55 Market Place, just across the street from Baltimore Soundstage, Harbor Park Garage is an ideal spot for parking.
The garage is convenient to the concert venue and nearby spots to dine and drink, plus it’s easy to get to from I-83 and other roads in and out of the city. Harbor Park is well-lit and secure, with staff on-site 24/7 – and they are friendly, knowledgeable happy to answer any questions you might have.
Noah Cyrus tickets: https://www.baltimoresoundstage.com/events/noah-cyrus-the-good-cry-tour/
The Good Cry Tour: http://noahcyrus.com/tour/
Baltimore Soundstage: http://www.baltimoresoundstage.com
Harbor Park Garage: https://harborparkgarage.com/
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