Travis Scott Astroworld Fest: How to live stream, schedule, concept, trailer and all about festival’s 3rd edition

Scott is also expected to drop his latest album ‘Utopia’ which he had announced a few months ago. Also, according to the Astroworld website, two-day passes will be up for sale from May 5, 2021


                            Travis Scott Astroworld Fest: How to live stream, schedule, concept, trailer and all about festival’s 3rd edition
Travis Scott (Getty Images)

On the occasion of his 29th birthday, Travis Scott treated his fans with a special announcement that created quite a stir on the Internet. The ‘Sicko Mode’ hitmaker took to his official Twitter account to announce the third edition of his Astroworld festival, revealing that, unlike last time, the newest edition will be expanded to two days.

The last Astroworld fest was held in November 2019, and it became the largest single-day artist-curated music festival in the country when over 50,000 fans flocked to witness the legendary show. The last edition had featured artistes like Post Malone, Rosalia, Pharrell Williams, Da Baby, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Playboi Carti, and Megan Thee Stallion.
 
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Schedule

Sharing the big news with his close to 11 million followers on Twitter, the singer and rapper posted the details about the latest Astroworld Fest. In the first tweet, the 29-year-old crooner shared a cover art of the festival along with the schedule. “NOVEMBER COME WON’T YOU POP OUT AT THE FEST !!! THIRD ANNUAL. BIRTHDAY FLAMEEEEEE AHHHHHHHH ON SALE WEDS 5/5 10AM CT http://ASTROWORLDFESTIVAL.COM” In another tweet, Scott expressd his excitement and added, “ASTROWORLD F**KING FEST IS BACK AHAHHSSHDN D FMF.”

As his tweet revealed, the third edition of the Astroworld Fest will be held for two days in Houston, Texas. Fans will once again get an opportunity to see Scott on November 5 and 6 along with a few other aritstes which are yet to be announced.  Scott, who will headline the fest, is also expected to drop his latest album ‘Utopia’, which he had announced a few months ago. Also, according to the Astroworld website, the two-day passes will be up for sale from May 5, 2021.



 



 

 



 

Concept

The much-awaited Astroworld event revolves around the idea of the now-defunct amusement park AstroWorld. Travis Scott used to visit the park on several occasions while growing up nearby Missouri City. The Grammy-nominated artist had also released an album with the same name in August 2018 which further cemented his position in the music industry. According to Variety, a portion of proceeds from the event will be donated to the festival’s official charity partner, Cactus Jack Foundation, which focuses on enriching the lives of youth by providing access to education and creative resources to ensure long-term success.

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How to live stream

Travis Scott has not spilled any details whether he will be live streaming the event, but looking at the pandemic, there are chances he might make the fest available for his online fans. MEAWW will keep you posted on the same.

‘Third times the charm’

As soon as Travis Scott announced the third edition of the Astroworld Fest, his fans rushed to Twitter to express their joy. Speaking on the same lines, one user suggested a line-up for Scott’s fest and said, “PUT PLAYBOI CARTI, KID CUDI, LIL UZI VERT, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, AND MAXO KREAM ON THE LINEUP AND ILL DROP THOUSANDS.” One fan posted, “Gonna go for one before i die amen.” Another added, “Third times the charm.” One fan tweeted, “S**t im fking hyped cause this means the album is most certainly on the way.” Echoing similar sentiments, one user concluded, “Chris everything seeming just like summer 2018 now i’m so excited.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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