Travis Scott Headlining 3 Shows In First Concert After Astroworld Tragedy
Travis Scott will be performing his first public concerts since the debacle that was Astroworld 2021, which resulted in the deaths of 10 attendees. These performances are set for November and will be at three Primavera Sound festivals in South America, more specifically São Paolo, Brazil, Buenos Aires, Argentina and Santiago, Chile.
The rapper was supposed to perform at Day N Vegas and Coachella this year but pulled out after the tragic deaths at his festival in Houston, Texas. The Astroworld concertgoers, with one victim being as young as nine, passed away as the 50,000 strong crowds surged towards the stage where Scott was performing, squeezing everyone together and asphyxiating some unfortunate victims.
The event is still under investigation by not only the Houston Police but also the FBI and the United States House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
Scott is also slated to perform in Miami on May 7 at the venue E11EVEN for an event tying in with a Formula One Race, which has apparently almost sold out tickets that went for $150 if you’re a woman and $250 if you’re a man.
He has also slowly been making more private appearances. He DJ’ed a pre-Oscars party in California and even took some time to perform “Sicko Mode” from a video of the event. He also played some of his songs at a DJ set for a Coachella afterparty. He also recently collaborated with Southside and Future in a featured performance on “Hold That Heat,”
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