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Travis Scott Announces Astroworld Festival Line-Up



Travis Scott announced the lineup for this year's Astroworld festival. Photo via Getty Images.

Travis Scott just unveiled an iconic roster of performers for his Astroworld festival. The festival is slated to begin Nov. 5th and 6th and will be hosted in Houston, TX. Astroworld is back for its third year this fall, having missed 2020 due to the pandemic.

Unfortunately, every installment of ticket sales has sold out! However, some fortunate fans may get a chance to attend the sold-out show. Travis shared via Instagram that he may have finessed some extra tickets. “PS Show is sold out but I finessed a bit more for yall let ragggggeeeeeeeeerss f****** commence.”

“November come won’t you pop out at the fest. 3rd annual Astroworld fest line is now here,” Scott wrote on Instagram. “Welcome to utopia we morphed the grounds into a new universe this year can’t wait for y’all to seeee it. And I’m bringing some avengers wit me.”

Astroworld Fest 2021 lineup: Travis Scott, Tame Impala, SZA, Bad Bunny, Earth Wind & Fire, more

Travis Scott shared visuals and the star packed line-up for his Astroworld festival 2021. (Instagram @travisscott)

With the theme “Open your eyes to a whole new universe,” Travis enlisted artists from several eras of music. The “Sicko Mode” rapper will headline the festival and showcase a broad spectrum of artists. Highlights include Tame Impala, Bad Bunny, SZA, 21 Savage, Baby Keem, and Earth, Wind & Fire.

With this in mind, the two-day festival’s theme will align with his forthcoming album Utopia. With attention to features like Master P, Young Thug and other artists from Young Stoner Life, Roddy Ricch, Lil Baby, Don Toliver, Sheck Wes, Yves Tumor, and Toro y Moi, there’s something for everyone at the fest.

The Astroworld Movement

Rare 1973 Six Flags Astroworld Super 8 Film Footage Part One Houston Texas - YouTube

Rare 1973 Six Flags Astroworld footage.

The present-day festival stems from Travis’ studio album Astroworld. The album, which was in turn named after Six Flags’ AstroWorld amusement park, was released to mass excitement in 2017. Introduced in 1966, the park became a sought-after attraction for Texans. All in all, the park was indeed a historical moment for the city. Unfortunately, it was shut down in 2005.

Ultimately, Travis introduced the festival to “bring back the beloved spirit and nostalgia of AstroWorld, making a childhood dream of Travis’ come true.“

Travis’ fans truly get the best experience possible with his show-stopping line-ups. He is keeping the integrity of the occasion by continuing to host in Houston.

The festival has been making waves since 2018. But with the cancellation of the 2020 festival, this year’s lineup proves Scott is back in full swing.

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Written by Antoinette Ford

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A southern charmer from Georgia who loves hip hop culture and the change it brings to the world. I want to capture what lies beneath the surface of every action and lyric and express it through the eyes of the originator.

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