Troye Sivan’s show personal & upbeat

By Paulina Lopez
Times-News correspondent 

   CHARLOTTE — Australian singer-songwriter Troye Sivan made one of his first stops on the Bloom tour on Tuesday night at the Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre.
Bursting with energy from the excitement of having just started his tour only a week before, Sivan gave a spectacular performance.
His electro-pop/dance-pop had the audience dancing along with him to every song. From his old hits from the Blue Neighborhood album to his newest hits from the Bloom album, the audience rarely sat down. This included parents who were dragged there by their kids. Troye Sivan’s music is clearly personal to him, but his lyrics are ones that other people could relate to. He sings about falling in love while you’re young and his experiences as an LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex and asexual or allies) youth.
He began the concert with “Seventeen” and closed the show with “MY MY MY.”
For two hours, Sivan gave his all — singing and dancing beautifully. Seeing him live was an amazing experience. If you get a chance to see his Bloom tour, take it.

Paulina Lopez is a senior at Clover Garden School and a Teens & 20s writer.

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