Troye Sivan will hit the road on September 21st, a month after releasing his sophomore album.
Troye Sivan‘s highly-anticipated album Bloom will hit stores on August 31. Following the release of his sophomore album, Sivan will begin a headlining North American tour. For the entire run, Kim Petras will open, with Leland and Charlie Hanson joining for select dates. Sivan will stop in Austin, NYC, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco and more.
The Bloom tour kicks off September 21st in Irving, Texas and continues until November 8th in Vancouver. It’s been two years since his last headlining tour. In 2016, Sivan completed his Suburbia Tour, which starred Dua Lipa as the opening act.
Tickets go on sale June 5 through Sivan’s app.
Troye Sivan Tour Dates
September 21: Irving, TX at Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
September 23: Austin, TX at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
September 24: Sugar Land, TX at Smart Financial Center
September 26: Jacksonville, FL at Daily’s Place Amphitheater
September 28: St. Petersburg, FL at Mahaffey Theater
September 29: Miami, FL at Bayfront Park Amphitheatre
October 1: Atlanta, GA at Coca-Cola Roxy
October 2: Charlotte, NC Charlotte at Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
October 4: Washington, DC at The Anthem
October 6: Upper Darby, PA at Tower Theater
October 9: New York, NY at Radio City Music Hall
October 11: Laval, QC at Place Bell
October 12: Boston, MA at Boch Center – Wang Theatre
October 14: Detroit, MI at Fox Theatre
October 15: Toronto, ON at Sony Centre
October 17: Minneapolis, MN at State Theatre
October 19: Chicago, IL at Chicago Theatre
October 20: Milwaukee, WI at Eagles Ballroom
October 22: Denver, CO at Fillmore Auditorium
October 24: Phoenix, AZ at Comerica Theatre
October 25: San Diego, CA at Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
October 27: Anaheim, CA at House of Blues
October 30: Los Angeles, CA at Greek Theatre
November 1: San Francisco, CA at The Masonic
November 5: Portland, OR at Roseland Theater
November 7: Seattle, WA at Paramount Theatre
November 8: Vancouver, BC at Queen Elizabeth Theatre