Catch Troye Sivan At This Exclusive Fan-Signing Session In S'pore This July

You’ve seen him on Youtube, on The Ellen Show, on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and even at the Youtube Fanfest in Singapore back in 2014!

Troye Sivan
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Now, Troye Sivan will be coming to Singapore once again, for a fan-signing session!

How To Participate

Happening on 7 July 2018 at the Funan Showsuite, this will be the first fan-signing session by Troye Sivan in Singapore.

Troye Sivan
Image Credit: Universal Music Singapore
Troye Sivan
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In order to participate, you have to do the following:

  1. Pre-order Troye Sivan’s upcoming album “Bloom” on iTunes.
  2. Submit a screengrab/screenshot of the album pre-order.

Upload your screengrab/screenshot in this link. Once done, you’ll stand a chance to be in line for the fan-signing session!

In the meantime, watch the music video for Bloom below.

Don’t miss this opportunity to catch the talented Troye Sivan in person on 7 July 2018!

Troye Sivan Fan-Signing Session
Venue: Funan Showsuite (Located at Junction of High Street and Hill Street)
Date: 7 July 2018
Website

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