Noah Cyrus cancels Tuesday's show at the Beacham due to illness

Youngest member of Cyrus family comes into her own artistically

click to enlarge Noah Cyrus tours through the Beacham imminently - Courtesy photo
Courtesy photo
Noah Cyrus tours through the Beacham imminently
UPDATE: ON Tuesday, Sept. 12, Noah Cyrus posted on social media that she was canceling tonight's show at the Beacham due to illness:

“hi Orlando,
I woke up today feeling too sick to perform tonight’s show at the beacham.
I’m so gutted to have to cancel but need to put my health first so we can keep the tour going.
refunds will be administered at point of purchase to everyone who bought a ticket.”

Youngest member of the Cyrus brood and multi-platinum pop star in her own right Noah Cyrus brings her “The Hardest Part” tour to downtown Orlando this week, as one of only two Florida shows.

The singer will be promoting her long-awaited debut album The Hardest Part, an album full of big, personal, country-adjacent anthems and widescreen weepers that even includes a duet with Ben Gibbard about a dying relationship (for the indie harrumphers amongst you). So look past all the media obsession with Cyrus’ family feuding and instead listen to maybe the most promising musical voice of that entire clan.

7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 12, The Beacham, 46 N. Orange Ave.,, $27.50-$125.

Location Details

The Beacham

46 N. Orange Ave., Orlando Downtown


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