PHOTO GALLERY: Troye Sivan's Suburbia Tour at Terminal 5 in New York City

PHOTO GALLERY: Troye Sivan – Suburbia Tour at Terminal 5 in New York City

Three nights ago (November 15th) Troye Sivan took the stage at Terminal 5 in New York City for the second night in a row for a stunning sold out show featuring opening acts, Jess Kent and Dua Lipa. This night only, Troye even sang “Somebody To Love Me” by Mark Ronson along with Dua. 

What made the show even more special was the fact that Troye’s parents were there! Being as sweet as can be, his parents showed some love to the crowd at the begining and end of the concert. They showed their affection by waving, smiling, and even forming a heart together with each of their hands towards all the fans. How cute is that?

Troye’s setlist included songs off his debut album Blue Neighbourhood such as “Wild,” “Bite,” “Heaven,” “Happy Little Pill,” “Fools,” and “Youth,” just to name a few.

At one point in the show fans were throwing gifts at Troye, some things being a teddy bear and a phone case. Yes, a phone case. At first Troye thought it was an actual phone, and was relieved it wasn’t. When he saw it was a phone case, he told fans jokingly something along the lines of, “Was this a last minute gift?” That’s just an example of how fun, surprsing, and loving a Troye Sivan show can really be.

Check out our photo gallery of Troye Sivan below:

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All photos and clips taken by Melanie Gomez

Written by Melanie Gomez

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