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Troye Sivan Partners With The Ally Coalition and The Trevor Project on the Bloom Tour

BY: Josh Weaver
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Tour Partnership to Empower LGBTQ Youth and Allies to Take Action

LOS ANGELES, CA — This fall on the Bloom Tour, Troye Sivan is using his platform to empower LGBTQ youth by partnering with The Ally Coalition and volunteers on every tour stop. The venture will connect his fans with national and local groups creating a safer, healthier world for LGBTQ young people. The Ally Coalition is a non-profit founded by Jack and Rachel Antonoff in 2013 to advance equality for queer youth.

Troye and The Ally Coalition have tapped The Trevor Project as the Bloom Tour’s national partner. The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization providing free and confidential direct services to LGBTQ youth 24/7.  On the local level, the Bloom Tour will collaborate with organizations in every city that provide essential services to LGBTQ youth, highlighting ways they can get involved in their work and use their services.

The Ally Coalition will be offering the chance for Troye Sivan fans to volunteer throughout the tour. All fans who take action in support of LGBTQ equality onsite at each show will be entered to win a prize. Those interested in volunteering can sign up here:

Fans can stay up-to-date on The Ally Coalition’s work from the road when they take over Troye’s Tumblr during the Bloom Tour.  Tune in at once the tour kicks off on September 21 for nightly updates.

Tickets for the tour are currently on sale to the general public at and His new album Bloom will be released by Capitol Records on August 31.  For Troye Sivan publicity materials please visit:

Bloom Tour

9/21Irving, TXPavilion @ Toyota Music Factory
9/23Austin, TXAustin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
9/24Sugar Land, TXSmart Financial Center
9/26Jacksonville, FLDaily’s Place Amphitheater
9/28St. Petersburg, FLMahaffey Theater
9/29Miami, FLBayfront Park Amphitheatre
10/1Atlanta, GACoca-Cola Roxy
10/2Charlotte, NCCharlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
10/4Washington, DCThe Anthem*
10/6Upper Darby, PATower Theater
10/9New York, NYRadio City Music Hall
10/11Laval, QCPlace Bell
10/12Boston, MABoch Center – Wang Theatre
10/14Detroit, MIFox Theatre
10/15Toronto, ONSony Centre
10/17Minneapolis, MNState Theatre
10/19Chicago, ILChicago Theatre
10/20Milwaukee, WIEagles Ballroom
10/22Denver, COFillmore Auditorium
10/24Phoenix, AZComerica Theatre
10/25San Diego, CACal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
10/27Anaheim, CAHouse of Blues
10/30Los Angeles, CAGreek Theatre
11/1San Francisco, CAThe Masonic
11/5Portland, ORRoseland Theater
11/7Seattle, WAParamount Theatre
11/8Vancouver, BCQueen Elizabeth Theatre

*not a Live Nation show


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