Scott’s ‘Astroworld’ Lineup Is Announced — Along with an Epic Nostalgic Surprise

Scott’s ‘Astroworld’ Lineup Is Announced — Along with an Epic Nostalgic Surprise

Photo via @AstroworldFest on Instagram

TRAVIS SCOTT WILL, once again, headline his own Astroworld Festival on Nov. 5 and 6 at NRG Park in Scott's hometown of Houston, per the lineup released today. Other featured performers invited by the multi-platinum rapper include Tame Impala, Earth Wind & Fire, SZA, Lil Baby and fellow H-Town hip-hop star Don Toliver.


The third annual festival sold out within an hour of tickets going live back in April, but in celebration of the lineup announcement, a limited number of two-day general admission and VIP tickets have been made available for purchase online at AstroworldFest.com.

As a nod to the festival namesake, the Astroworld experience will this year include an amusement park and carnival games and rides, such as a roller coaster and bumper cars. Prizes for the games include limited-edition Astroworld-branded items, plus ones from the Houston Astros, Raising Cane's, Air Jordans and others.

When the festival last occurred — in 2019, before Covid — it was said to have been the largest single-day, artist-curated music fest in the country, and one of the largest such events ever in Houston. Some 50,000 people attended. It expanded to two days due to "overwhelming demand," per a rep.

Astroworld is also the name of Scott's smash 2018 record, which was nominated for a Grammy and named one of the best albums of the year by several publications, according to online sources.

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