Iconic US Rapper Travis Scott has today officially announced the second-annual Astroworld festival in Houston, returning once again to NRG Park in November. We featured this epic festival event in our review on his Netflix Documentary Look Mom I Can Fly, which featured amazing footage from the inaugural festival.
Once again the hometown reunion will see him host a multi-stage music festival with talent hand-selected and headlined by Scott himself. Interestingly his now set Astroworld Festival appearance is his only North American performance announced to date for the rest of the year. We can no doubt expect to see some of the Cactus Jack family on the roster.
AstroWorld was inspired by an amusement park opened in downtown Houston in 1968 of the same name, it was across the road from the site of the festival and it brings back a local icon for one weekend which Scott and the city of Houston admired. General admission begins at $89 and VIP tickets are available from $250 now over at AstroworldFest.com
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