Travis Scott has been long known for throwing immersive, rage-induced concerts throughout his career. Igniting his legion of “ragers” across the globe, Scott announced the lineup for his highly-revered Astroworld Festival Tuesday (Oct. 26).
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Scott’s 2020 show faced cancellation much like every public event that year. However, 2021 looks to make up for lost time as Astroworld’s lineup features some of our generation’s most talented and successful artists.
Astroworld Fest features a slew of music’s brightest stars in SZA, Baby Keem, Young Thug, Chief Keef, Lil Baby, Don Toliver, SoFaygo and many more. While Travis has made a large impact within hip-hop, the bundle of performers slated for Astroworld Fest further defines his legacy as one of the most respected artists of the decade.
In light of festival, Astroworld’s follow-up LP Utopia is still reportedly on the way, as Scott referenced it once more in the announcement for this year’s fest. The Cactus Jack head honcho also recently joined CR Fashion and sculptor Tom Sachs for an interview where he revealed the themes behind his fifth full-length project.