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Charli XCX and Troye Sivan Set to Ignite Summer with ‘Sweat’ Tour: Ticket Sales Begin Soon

This summer, get ready for the concert season’s most anticipated event as pop icons Charli XCX and Troye Sivan team up for the ‘Sweat’ Tour across North America. The duo announced the tour dates today, promising an unforgettable series of performances starting September.

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan, renowned for their vibrant collaborations and substantial LGBTQ+ fanbase, are reuniting for what is dubbed the ultimate queer tour of the year. Following their hit singles “1999” and “2099,” the pair are bringing their dynamic synergy back to the stage, much to the excitement of fans.

The ticket sales for the Sweat Tour are set to launch with a presale by Live Nation on Thursday, April 25, at 10 a.m. local time. General ticket sales will follow on Friday, April 26, at the same time. Enthusiasts eager to secure their spots can sign up for the presale or find more ticket information on the official ticketing website.

Tour stops include major cities like New York at Madison Square Garden, Los Angeles at the Kia Forum, and Chicago at the United Center, among others. Each concert promises a spectacle of hits and new collaborations that resonate with themes of freedom and self-expression.

This tour not only marks a significant moment in both artists’ careers but also a celebration of pop music and queer culture, bringing together diverse audiences in some of North America’s most iconic venues.

Fans of Charli XCX and Troye Sivan can expect the tour to start with a bang on September 14 in Detroit, Michigan, and to continue lighting up stages across the continent until the final show in Seattle, Washington, on October 23.

Don’t miss out on the chance to experience this thrilling collaboration live. Mark your calendars and prepare for an electrifying journey with two of pop music’s most beloved figures.

Note: Charli XCX is a celebrated artist under Warner Music, and Uproxx, providing this update, operates independently as a Warner Music Group subsidiary.

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