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Travis Scott Details
Travis Scott, born Jacques Webster in Houston, TX, is a successful American singer, songwriter, and record producer. All of this success stemmed from Scott’s early love of music. Willing to take risks for to pursue his dreams, Travis Scott dropped out of the University of Texas at San Antonio to move to New York and start his music career. However, the concrete jungle later proved not to be the spot where Scott would find his success.
In 2008, Scott released an untitled EP with Chris Holloway on Myspace. The following year, Scott paired up with a classmate to form the aptly group The Classmates. The duo released Buddy Rich in 2009 and Cruis'n USA in 2010 and remained together till 2012. From there, Travis Scott’s rise to fame was rocky. He moved to NY, then to LA, sleeping on floors and struggling to make his big break. When his parents cut him off financially, Scott didn’t give up hope.
Finally, famed Atlanta-based rapper T.I., heard one of Scott’s productions, “Lights (Love Sick).” From there, Travis Scott met with T.I.’s team and earned validation that his work was worthwhile. In 2014, he headlined a concert tour called “The Rodeo Tour” where Kanye West, Chris Brown, and other stars made appearances. In 2016, Scott released his second album called “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” and it soon shot to number one on the US Billboard 200 chart.
In 2018, Travis Scott released a single titled “Watch” featuring Kanye West and Lil Uzi Vert. He has also collaborated with the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Justin Bieber, Camila Cabello, and Juicy J. These days, Travis Scott has millions and millions of followers across his social media accounts. Of course, Scott also made headlines when he and Kylie Jenner announced the birth of their child, Stormi Webster, in February of 2018.
In August of 2018, Travis Scott released his long-awaited third studio album, named Astroworld after the closed-down theme park "Six Flags AstroWorld" in Scott's hometown of Houston. The album was both a commercial and critical success, debuting atop the Billboard 200 and noteworthy for its many guest features and outstanding production. Scott announced his supporting "Wish You Were Here" tour a few weeks following the album release.
Travis Scott Ticket Prices
The price for Travis Scott tickets can vary by city, day of week, guest appearances, and more. On average, through, the resale price for a ticket to a Travis Scott concert is $123. Tickets for individual concerts will likely be available for purchase both above and below this average price point.
Travis Scott Setlist
Since gaining popularity, Travis Scott has certainly made a name for himself. Below are some of his most popular tracks:
- Pick Up the Phone
- Maria I’m Drunk
- Butterfly Effect
- Don’t Play
- Sicko Mode
Travis Scott’s music typically falls under the genres of hip hop, trap, and R&B.
Travis Scott Concert
So, what’s it like to see Travis Scott perform live? It’s frenetic, loud, exciting, and energetic. Scott is known for involving fans in his sets. In past shows he let one fan recite an entire verse into the mic, and allowed another to do a backflip on stage, according to a reporter with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. You can also expect the young rapper to do a cover or two.
If you attend a Travis Scott concert, you can also expect all fellow concert-goers to be rapping and dancing right along with Scott. Many fans have reported that his shows are 100 percent worth the price of admission – so, go catch Scott in concert while you can!
Travis Scott Ticket Prices
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Travis Scott Tour Dates
See below for a list of Travis Scott tour dates and locations. For all available tickets and to find shows in your city, scroll to the listings at the top of this page.
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December 21, 2018
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