In a nutshell, Troye Sivan’s music career is the kind of “started-from-the-bottom-now-we’re-here” story. By “bottom,” we mean his days posting covers on Youtube and by “here,” we mean all of the stops of his “The Bloom Tour.”
The Australian singer and songwriter behind the hits “Youth” and “My My My” is heading back to Manila for a one-night concert on May 1.
The announcement was made on his official social media accounts, following a teaser of the singer saying, “Kamusta?” and its translations in other Asian languages.
No venue and ticketing details have been released yet, but his loyal Pinoy fans are clearly ecstatic over the news.
TROYE SIVAN IS COMING TO MANILA 😭 ALL OF MY OTHER PLANS ARE CANCELLED.
— adrian. (@ImAdrianPadilla) December 2, 2018
“Troye Sivan is coming to Manila. All of my other plans are cancelled,” one fan tweeted.
Obsessing over the fact that I /might/ see @troyesivan next year!!! Hoping your Manila tickets aren't too expensive.
— jer☾ee (@jerceecyrill) December 3, 2018
“[I’m] obsessing over the fact that I might see Troye Sivan next year! [I’m] hoping your Manila tickets aren’t to expensive,” another fan wrote.
Sivan first visited the country in 2017 for his collaboration called “SMYTH” with SM Youth.
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