Photo Gallery: Troye Sivan's Sydney Return
On Friday night, one of Australia's biggest pop stars returned back to Australia. Here's how it went down, in photo form.
Header image and all in-article images by Ruby Boland.
After the brilliance of his returning album Bloom last year, the last twelve months have become almost-career-defining for Troye Sivan. Long outgrown the Perth roots from which he came, the pop star has played everything from Lollapalooza South America to a festival he co-curated alongside fellow pop heavyweight Charli XCX, all without a peep of his long-awaited Australian return. Kicking off last week in his home city, however, that changed.
Supported by Thelma Plum and brother Tyde Levi, Troye Sivan's Australian live return also marked the return of one of the country's biggest pop stars - and he's not afraid of that. With a set spanning almost his entire career and the many facets of his sound, Troye Sivan's returned brought everything he encompasses - from the confident struts and strong hooks to the shimmering, guitar-backed run-throughs of The Good Side to the speeches about authenticity and coming home.
Here, thanks to Ruby Boland, we get a look into his Sydney show at the Hodern Pavillion on Friday, September 20th; the many sides of Troye Sivan - and his support acts - shown through the lens. Dive into it all below, and find his remaining dates below:
September 23 - Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane
September 25 - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
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