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Travis Scott halts Coney Island performance on Fourth of July to ensure fan safety

As he looks to find his stride post-Astroworld Fest, Travis Scott has been slated for a handful of recent and upcoming live performances.

Having already rocked the stage at the Billboard Music Awards in May — along with a set at a nightclub in Miami — Scott found himself enjoying the holiday weekend in New York City performing a live show at the famous Coney Island pier. In preparation for more concerts, the surprise NYC appearance precedes his sold-out performance next month at O2 Arena in London.

Joined by longtime collaborator and beloved producer/DJ Chase B, Scott’s Fourth of July show also saw a set from Meek Mill, as well as appearances from Gorilla Nems, Druski and others.

Similarly, Scott seems to have made some adjustments in terms of awareness when he’s on stage, considering the devastating events that took place at Astroworld Fest last fall. Between his performances of “Antidote” and “Hold That Heat,” Travis stopped the show entirely to direct some fans off a nearby lighting fixture.

Later that night, Travis hit up Michael Rubin’s White Party alongside other celebrities in Drake, 21 Savage and more. At the shindig, he and Lil Uzi Vert took turns performing each other’s songs on stage. Travis turnt up the crowd with his 2018 hit “No Bystanders” with Juice WRLD and Sheck Wes, however, did not play any unreleased UTOPIA tracks.

This jam-packed weekend saw Travis not only back on stage, but most importantly, saw the Houston icon making sure everyone was safe to enjoy the holiday festivities.

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