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Troye Sivan Something To Give Each Other Tour

28 – 29 November 2024

On the Forecourt

Contemporary Music

Fresh out of sold-out arenas across Europe, trailblazing global pop icon Troye Sivan rushes back to Australia for his highly anticipated Something To Give Each Other Tour. The exploding pop sensation will light up the Opera House Forecourt this November, delivering fans an exhilarating performance. 

Feel the rush as pop icon Troye Sivan performs at the House

With over twenty-six billion streams and 10 million adjusted albums sold worldwide, Troye Sivan has firmly established himself as a global music icon. Raised in Perth, Australia, Sivan first captured attention with his EPs ‘TRXYE’ (2014) and ‘Wild’ (2015), before achieving platinum status with his debut album ‘Blue Neighbourhood’ and gold status with his sophomore album ‘Bloom.’

His latest album ‘Something To Give Each Other’ has garnered significant acclaim, earning Sivan two Grammy nominations, four ARIA Awards, and nearly 250 million album streams. In 2024, he won Song of the Year at the APRA Awards for ‘Rush,’ with the album also shortlisted for the Australian Music Prize.

Don’t miss this concert of epic proportions as Troye Sivan brings his heart-pumping and sweat-inducing stage presence and hit tracks to the House this November.

Presented by Live Nation & Smirnoff

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