Following the release of his critically acclaimed second studio album which features Ariana Grande, Troye Sivan today announces dates for his U.K. and European tour. The Bloom Tour will kick off in the U.K. on 23 February 2019 in Glasgow and stops off at the O2 Acadmey, Birmingham, 26 February. Fans can access pre-sale tickets via Troye Sivan’s free downloadable app: http://app.troyesivan.com/. Tickets go on general sale on Friday 23 November 2018 at 9am GMT at LiveNation.co.uk.
With his lead single ‘My My My!’ becoming Sivan’s second number-one single on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, the MTV Europe Music Award and Teen Choice Award winner is set to embark on his biggest U.K. & European tour to date.
Following his recent appearances on Saturday Night Live, The Ellen DeGeneres Show and surprise guest appearance on Taylor Swift’s award-winning Reputation Stadium Tour earlier this year, the Australian singer will perform tracks from the new album which NME hailed as “triumphant” awarding it five stars. TIME went even as far to say that “Troye Sivan Is the Perfect Pop Star for 2018.”
Boasting an astonishing 16 million Spotify listeners, Troye has appeared on the covers of Clash, Wonderland, ASOS, Attitude, Rolling Stone, Out, V Magazine and VMAN. He will star alongside Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe in the highly anticipated film Boy Erased set for release on 08 February 2019 across cinemas nationwide.
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