Travis Scott's "Astroworld Tour" Generates Over $34.3 Million USD in Just Three Months

Numbers don’t lie.

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Well into the second leg of the ‘Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour’, Travis Scott has grossed $34.4 million from the first three months of the tour.

According to reports, La Flame has far surpassed the tour records of big names in the Hip-Hop industry, including J.Cole ($25.2 million), Post Malone ($20.9 million) and Future ($19.9 million). La Flame has also landed at the number two spot on the Hot Tour recaps chart, marking it as the rapper’s third week in the top 5.

Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour’ kicked off November 8 last year, and so far the show has sold 485,659 tickets during the first 32 dates and it seems like La Flame is on track to hit the $50 million mark.

For more Hip-Hop related news, have a listen to YBN Cordae’s new single “Have Mercy”.

 

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