Travis Scott to Perform Publicly for First Time Since Astroworld
Written by on April 27, 2022
Travis Scott has booked his first public show since Astroworld.
The Houston rapper will take the stage at Miami hotspot E11EVEN on Saturday, May 7. The show coincides with the festivities surrounding Race Week and the 2022 Miami Grand Prix, which will be held the next day at the Miami International Autodrome.
The performance, which also features an after-hours set from Chase B, is being promoted on E11EVEN’s website as well as social media. Tickets are available to purchase for $150 for females and $250 for males, while VIP tables can cost upwards of $100,000, according to TMZ.
Travis Scott and Chase B will perform at club E11EVEN in Miami on May 7th pic.twitter.com/l8uIzNR1rr
— TRAVIS SCOTT FANPAGE (@dailytrvisxx) April 20, 2022
This will be Travis’ first performance for a large crowd since the Astroworld tragedy in November, which resulted in 10 deaths. He previously performed at a private gig during the first weekend of Coachella as well as a pre-Oscars party in Bel-Air.
Travis appears to be testing the waters for his return. There had been rumored talks of him headlining Coachella in the wake of Kanye West’s cancelation, but the booking ultimately went to The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia.
On Friday, Travis released his first music since November as a featured guest on Southside’s “Hold That Heat” with Future. His long-awaited album Utopia is set for release later this year.