Troye Sivan’s Bloom world tour kicked into overdrive on Tuesday night, with the Perth artist selling out New York’s iconic Radio City Music Hall.
The venue, which holds around 6,000 people, played host to one of the singer’s biggest and best shows to-date, with Sivan also welcoming British singer-songwriter to the stage for the first-ever live performance of their 1999 single.
“Really can’t pinch myself hard enough or scream thank you loud enough,” Sivan said via Instagram.
“The Bloom tour has felt like magic so far and it’s all thanks to all of you.”
As Billboard reports, the singer also discussed his role in upcoming Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman drama Boy Erased and invited two fans on-stage for a proposal.
As if that wasn’t enough for one week, Sivan picked up four ARIA Awards nominations earlier today, including Album Of The Year, Best Male Artist, Best Pop Release and Song Of The Year.
You can listen to Sivan talk about his acclaimed new record on The Music Podcast.