Troye Sivan will set foot in Asia for the first time for South Korea’s Ansan Valley Rock Festival along with other top performers, including Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Disclosure, Zedd, Stereophonics and Travis.
The 20-year-old synth-pop sensation will be performing at Jisan Forest Resort from July 22-24, though the timetable have yet to be released.
Troye debuted his Blue Neighbourhood studio album December last year, continuously climbing the Billboard’s charts with hit singles “Wild“, “Fools” and “Talk Me Down.”
The South African-born Australian will be touring across New Zealand and Australia this August, stopping by his hometown Perth, before commencing the UK and Europe leg of the tour. Troye will conclude his tour in November, after 22 stops in US and Canada.
First held in 2009, the Ansan Valley Rock Festival is a premier international festival in South Korea dedicated to alternative music.
With over 50,000 attendees at the festival in 2013, the Ansan Valley Rock Festival consists of of three main stages dedicated to different artists: the Open stage for amateur artists on a first-come basis, the Green stage for local artists and indie rock bands, the Big Top stage for international talents, with Red Hot Chilli Peppers as one of this year’s top-billers.