Ansel Elgort and his girlfriend shared kisses while Ellie Goulding performed "Love Me Like You Do" at the Global Citizen Festival

By People Staff
Updated September 26, 2016 01:00 PM
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Their love must have been written in the Stars!

Ansel Elgort and girlfriend Violetta Komyshan enjoyed a PDA-filled date night at the 2016 Global Citizen Festival.

The Fault in Our Stars and Divergent series actor, 22, and his dancer girlfriend hit up Central Park’s Great Lawn Saturday evening, where they took in Ellie Goulding‘s slowed-down set at the star-studded festival.

Goulding performed a slew of hits, including “Burn” and “Anything Could Happen,” during which Google launched its Made for Code campaign, which aims to inspire girls to pursue careers in computer science.

The crowd went particularly crazy when Goulding performed her Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack cut “Love Me Like You Do.” Elgort – who was decked casually in sneakers, shorts and a tee – went generally unnoticed in the crowd, swaying with his arm around his girlfriend, hugging and kissing her while Goulding gave her rendition of the Grammy-nominated track.

On Sunday, Elgort took to Twitter to share his love for another one of the festival’s performers: Kendrick Lamar.

“Saw @kendricklamar last night at @GlblCtzn festival. Wow he is an incredible performer. So rare to see artists like that these days,” tweeted Elgort, who released his debut EDM single ”Home Alone” this summer.

The actor-musician was just one of the many celebrities who attended the fifth annual Global Citizen Festival, where stars and concertgoers banded together to raise awareness in an effort to move world leaders to enact policy changes regarding women’s equality, education, health, water and sanitation, environment, finance and innovation and food and hunger.

TV and movie stars from Priyanka Chopra and Neil Patrick Harris to Salma Hayek Pinault and Seth Meyers were on hand as hosts of the show, where Rihanna, Metallica, Demi Lovato and more took the stage to perform.