Festivals in the United States are thankfully returning after a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaccines are available for almost everyone now so thankfully, people can finally return to their favorite events. Festivals such as Rolling Loud and Life Is Beautiful are returning this summer and fall. Now, another major festival is returning in the fall as well.
Travis Scott just took to his social media feeds to reveal that his Astroworld Festival is returning to his hometown of Houston in November. This will take place for two days from the 5th-6th. As of now, the lineups haven’t been made available but that should change soon.
Travis also said that all he wants to do is rage for his birthday this fall and Astroworld will be part of that fun. He’s been ready to perform for quite some time now due to the pandemic slowing down concerts for so long but that is thankfully changing nationwide now.
Travis may also finally be releasing his “Utopia” album sometime this year. His last album was “Astroworld,” in 2018, which debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and is 3x platinum in the US. It was led by the chart-topping hit and diamond-certified single, “Sicko Mode,” feat. Drake.
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