Astroworld Festival’s inaugeral event was anything but understated, with the critically-acclaimed festival drawing thousands of guests from across the globe to Scott’s native Houston. The second event looks to be no less momentous than the first, with the same immense venue (NRG Park) set to host the festival later this year.
Immortalized in Netflix’s Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly, the first-ever Astroworld Festival drew heavyweight performers like Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Sheck Wes, Trippie Redd and Virgil Abloh. Set across the street from downtown Houston’s now-closed AstroWorld amusement park, Scott’s next Astroworld Festival will likely bring another selection of essential musicians to The Lone Star State, though none have yet to be confirmed aside from Scott’s own headline performance. The event is also Scott’s only North American performance currently scheduled for the entire second half of 2019.
General Attendance ($89 USD) and VIP tickets ($250 USD) are both available. VIP tickets are divided into two categories: “Stargazing,” which includes expedited festival entry, access to a premium viewing area, dedicated VIP bar and restrooms and more, while the “No Bystanders” package includes the aforementioned benefits along with a merch pack and higher-end facilities than the prior VIP tier. Either way, rest easy knowing that a portion of Astroworld Festival’s proceeds will be donated to the Workshop Houston charity.
Astroworld Festival goes down on November 9. Head to Astroworld Festival’s website to pick up your choice of tickets while they last and watch Sheck Wes perform at last year’s Astroworld Festival below.
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