South Africa-born, Australia-raised electro-pop star’s tour comes after recent Taylor Swift vocal duet and ‘SNL’ debut.
Troye Sivan, the South Africa-born, Australia-raised electro-pop star has announced the dates for his North American Bloom tour this fall.
The tour opens Sept. 21 in Dallas and concludes Nov. 8 in Vancouver. It includes four California dates, beginning with an Oct. 25 show at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU.
All the tour dates and ticket information appear below. Kim Petras will be the opening act for each concert, with Charlie Hanson and Leland also appearing at some dates.
The tour is in support of “Bloom,” the upcoming second album by Sivan, who has become a rising international sensation. It will be released Aug. 31 by Capitol Records.
Sivan, 22, is a proudly gay singer-songwriter. He made his “Saturday Night Live” performance debut last month. On May 19, he was a surprise guest at Taylor Swift’s Rose Bowl concert in Pasadena, where they shared vocal duties on Sivan’s hit, “My, My, My.”
Tickets for all “Bloom” tour concerts go on sale to the general public June 8 at 9 a.m. PST at LiveNation.com and TroyeSivan.com, as well as by phone at (800) 754-3000. All tickets will include a CD copy of the “Bloom” album.
Ticket price for Sivan’s San Diego concert range from $29.50 to $49.50, plus service charges.
Fans who download the official Troye Sivan app, available on Apple Store and Google Play, will have access to a chance to buy advance tickets during the pre-sale, which begins June 5 at 9 a.m. PST.
Troye Sivan “Bloom” tour dates
Sept. 21: Dallas, Pavilion @ Toyota Music Factory
Sept. 23: Austin, ACL Live at The Moody Theater
Sept. 24: Sugar Land, Texas Smart Financial Center
Sept. 26: Jacksonville, Daily’s Place Amphitheatre
Sept. 28: St. Petersburg/Tampa, Ruth Eckerd Hall/Mahaffey Theater
Sept. 29: Miami, Bayfront Park Amphitheatre
Oct. 1: Atlanta, Coca-Cola Roxy
Oct. 2: Charlotte, NC Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
Oct. 4: Washington, DC The Anthem
Oct. 6: Philadelphia, Tower Theater
Oct. 9: New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
Oct. 11: Montreal, Place Bell
Oct. 12: Boston, Boch Center - Wang Theatre
Oct. 14: Detroit, Fox Theatre
Oct. 15: Toronto, Sony Centre
Oct. 17: Minneapolis, State Theatre
Oct. 19: Chicago, Chicago Theatre
Oct. 20: Milwaukee, Eagles Ballroom
Oct. 22: Denver, Fillmore Auditorium
Oct. 24: Phoenix, Comerica Theatre
Oct. 25: San Diego, Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Oct. 27: Anaheim, House of Blues
Oct. 30: Los Angeles, Greek Theatre
Nov. 1: San Francisco, The Masonic
Nov. 5: Portland, Roseland Ballroom
Nov. 7: Seattle, Paramount Theatre
Nov. 8: Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Theatre