Eight months later, at Travis Scott’s Astroworld performance, ten people died in Houston. The rapper’s thrilling performance was canceled by the show’s organizers, who were supporting the impending Day N Vegas event.
Recent rumors indicate that the festival’s return will take a little longer than expected.
Travis Scott’s Festival Comeback
The rapper from Sicko Mode was scheduled to play at the Day N Vegas music event a few months earlier alongside J. Co. and SZA. However, after talking among themselves, the event’s organizers revealed that the whole thing was being canceled.
The show’s organizers expressed their sincere regrets to everyone who had to wait a long time for this performance. They admitted that a combination of time, logistical, and production challenges pushed them to make the decision to postpone Day N Vegas for 2022. On July 1, 2022, the post was published to the festival’s official social media platforms.
All of the purchased tickets for the performance have already been sold. The firm is now working diligently on the reimbursement procedure, which is anticipated to be completed soon. According to the team’s announcement, the money would be credited back to the accounts within the following few weeks.
People who purchased festival tickets are now feeling more at ease thanks to the news that they would receive a refund.
This year, Day N Vegas was supposed to launch in September, which was cleverly organised for the weekend of Labor Day. The Day N Vegas will be held on the Las Vegas Festival Grounds if all goes as planned.
As Travis’ first festival appearance since the tragedy at his Astroworld Festival in November, the occasion was well-timed.
At the horrendously crowded Houston event, eight people succumbed to accidental asphyxia there and then. Then, the reports indicated that they had all been killed and trampled by the crowd. Two further deaths that occurred while the patient was receiving treatment in the hospital were later reported the following days. The victims came in a range of ages.
Travis is currently involved in a number of lawsuits relating to the Astroworld concert following the incident and the overall death of 1 10 people.
Travis, 31, refrained from performing as the headliner at the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival immediately following the sad incident.
The rapper then revealed a significant donation of $5 million, dubbed “Project Heal,” to fund practical solutions for creating secure event venues. The money raised appeared to be an urgently required step to address every problem that today’s youngsters face.
He continued by paying tribute to the victims of the Astroworld disaster and expressing his eternal love for them.
Even though he kept a low profile for some months following the tragic incident, he later came on stage for a number of brief performances. He later performed at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards.
Travis’ schedule now appears to be clear of Day N Vegas, and he is prepared to travel to the November Primavera Sound Festival’s South American edition.