Noah Cyrus performing at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, photo by Heather Fabia

Noah Cyrus kicked off the first stop of The Hardest Part Tour on Thursday, Aug. 24, at Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, Canada, in support of her debut album, which was released last year.

Anna Bates opened the night up with lovely vocals sure to leave you wanting to hear more. And as the lights dimmed, Noah entered the room, earning the loudest screams from her dedicated fans.

The first song she played was "Stand Still," which would gradually set the moody tone throughout the night. Eventually, Noah would go on to speak briefly about fear of abandonment in relationships and how tough it was to write the next particular song known as "My Side of the Bed."

It was easy to note Noah’s impressive and silky vocals. If you thought the studio version of the album was good, wait until you hear Noah live! Especially with support from an incredible live band, you’ll be sure to feel the music in your soul.

This first show was absolutely remarkable as they were also able to deliver a wonderful encore. At the end of the night, the difficulty in leaving the venue and having to accept that the show was over was the most gut-wrenching part of it all.

See photos from the Vancouver show below, by Heather Fabia.

Set list:
Stand Still
Mr. Percocet
The Best of You/The Worst of You
Ready To Go
All Three
My Side of the Bed
Every Beginning End
I Got So High That I Saw Jesus
I Just Want A Lover
I Burned LA Down
Loretta’s Song/I’ll Fly Away
The Hardest Part
Make Me
The End of Everything

Noah Cyrus tour dates:
09/06 – Ogden Twilight – Ogden, UTZ**
09/07 – Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO^
09/09 – Delmar Hall – St. Louis, MO^
09/10 – Moon River Festival – Chattanooga, TN**
09/12 – The Beacham – Orlando, FL^
09/13 – Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, FL^
09/15 – The Senate – Columbia, SC^
09/16 – The Underground @ Fillmore – Charlotte, NC^
09/17 – Lincoln Theater – Raleigh, NC^
09/19 – Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville, VA^
09/20 – The National – Richmond, VA^
09/21 – The NorVa – Norfolk, VA^
09/23 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH^
09/24 – Majestic Theatre – Detroit, MI^
09/26 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI^
09/27 – MegaCorp Pavilion – Newport, KY^
09/28 – Deluxe at Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN^
09/30 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY^
10/01 – Treeline Music Festival – Columbia, MO**

^Headline performance
**Festival performance