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Troye Sivan is finally returning to the UK.

The out Aussie singer-songwriter, who released his critically-acclaimed sophomore album Bloom earlier this year, has just wrapped up his the US leg of his most recent tour, and will now be bringing the show to these shores.

Troye will be playing headline shows all over Europe, including four shows in the UK.

The full list of dates for Troye Sivan’s European Bloom tour are as follows:

23 February 2019 – Glasgow, UK, O2 Academy
24 February 2019 – Manchester, UK, O2 Apollo
26 February 2019 – Birmingham, UK, O2 Academy
28 February 2019 – London, UK, Eventim Apollo
4 March 2019 – Antwerp, Belgium, Lotto Arena
5 March 2019 – Amsterdam, Holland, AFAS Live
7 March 2019 – Paris, France, Zenith
9 March 2019 – Vienna, Austria, Gasometer
11 March 2019 – Milan, Italy, Fabrique
13 March 2019 – Munich, Germany, Tonhalle
14 March 2019 – Berlin, Germany, Tempodrom
16 March 2019 – Cologne, Germany, Palladium
18 March 2019 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum Black Box
19 March 2019 – Stockholm, Sweden, Cirkus
21 March 2019 – Oslo, Norway, Sentrum Scene

Tickets go on sale at 9am on 23 November, and can be purchased on Live Nation’s official website here.

The pop star is currently enjoying UK chart success with his new Charli XCX team-up 1999, which cracked the Top 20 on Friday and continues to grow.

Troye will also star in upcoming film Boy, Erased, which is based on Garrard Conley’s memoir of the same name.

The movie tells the story of Jared (Lucas Hedges) – the son of a Baptist pastor – who is outed to his parents (Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe), and forced to attend a conversion therapy program.

“When I first read the script, I was like: ‘This is probably set in the 90s or something like that,’” the singer and actor recently said. “It was set in 2004, and it’s still happening in 2018.”

He also spoke about the issue in America, adding: “In 36 states across the US, it’s still completely legal to send your kid off to conversion therapy, and it’s been proven to be so dangerous and hurtful and obviously ineffective.”

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