Troye Sivan’s recent Miami gig went south on Monday when the show abruptly ended due to a noise complaint.
At Architectural Digest’s AD100 party during Art Basel week, the Australian singer was in the middle of performing his sexy hit song “Angel Baby,” when the music cut out. The performance was being live-streamed to fans on TikTok.
As seen in the video, a confused Sivan says, “OK, I guess that’s the end. I’m sorry, we’re getting kicked out!”
Unsure of what’s happening, he continues: “I don’t really know what’s going on but...should I leave?
Sivan later attempted to explain the dilemma in a series of tweets, revealing that “the city shut down the show.”
“Okay, so basically I played 5 songs [tonight] and 'Angel Baby' was the LAST ONEEEE and the only one being streamed live on TikTok," he wrote. “But then turns out throughout the show we got a noise complaint and the city literally came and shut down our speakers during 'Angel Baby.'”
Fans watching on TikTok expressed their dismay, and we can only imagine the star-studded crowd was disappointed as well. In attendance at the event were Venus Williams, Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo, and Pharell Williams.
Sivan recently made headlines for his upcoming role in the HBO miniseries The Idol. It was announced that he’ll be working alongside The Weeknd, Lily Rose Depp, and Anne Heche. The Idol is rumored to premiere in late 2022 or early 2023.