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Troye Sivan Announces 2024 Australian Tour

Australian singer-songwriter Troye Sivan has announced his”Something To Give Each Other” tour to Australian cities this November. Following sold-out shows across Europe, the pop sensation will bring his performance to Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney, giving fans an unforgettable night in support of his critically acclaimed album ‘Something To Give Each Other’

The tour begins on Tuesday, 19 November at The Drive in Adelaide, before Sivan plays Melbourne’s Sydney Myer Music Bowl, followed by Thursday, 21 November, and it will wrap up at the Sydney Opera House Forecourt on Thursday, November 28th.

Troye Sivan – ‘Got Me Started’

Joining Sivan on this tour is Sydney artist Nick Ward. He is known for his praised “Brand New You” off his debut EP, “Everything I Wish I Told You.” He took the title of Ticketmaster’s 2023 Breakthrough Artist. He also worked with Sivan on the track “Can’t Go Back, Baby” from Sivan’s latest album. It was Ward’s 2024 singles, “Gimme” and “Shooting Star,” that really sealed the deal for the young pop star.

Troye Sivan will perform during two very special, exclusive after-parties by Smirnoff in Sydney and Melbourne. Fans can meet him there; more details will be announced on the @SmirnoffAustralia Instagram page.

With over twenty-six billion streams and 10 million records sold worldwide, South African-born Troye Sivan has paved his way to the top in the music world. Australian bred and raised in Perth, Sivan gained public attention with his series of EPs titled “TRXYE” and “Wild.”

Troye Sivan Australian Tour 2024

  • Tuesday, 19th November 2024 – The Drive, Adelaide, SA
  • Thursday, 21st November 2024 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC
  • Tuesday, 26th November 2024 – Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD
  • Thursday, 28th November 2024 – Sydney Opera House Forecourt, Sydney, NSW

Tickets via Live Nation Australia

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