Travis Scott Postpones Concert In Raleigh With No Explanation

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Is there bother brewing in Travis Scott’s “utopia?”

Scott, 32, hit the primary bump in his Circus Maximus Tour shortly after it started. After kicking off the extravaganza in Charlotte on October 11, Scott headed east to close by Raleigh, enjoying to a sold-out crowd on the PNC Area on Friday, October 13. Nevertheless, when followers started exhibiting up for the second live performance on Saturday, they had been informed that the present had been postponed shortly earlier than curtain, per Billboard.

“Maintain on to your tickets as they are going to be honored for the TBD new date,” the venue web site acknowledged. Some concertgoers confirmed up on the PNC Area, unaware of the state of affairs. “They only informed me they don’t have any rationalization [for] why he’s not right here,” fan Tyler Lengthy informed native media WRAL. “Nothing to emphasize over, however on the identical time, Travis, I want you had been right here, you’re feeling me?”

Us Weekly reached out to Scott’s rep for remark.

On Saturday, October 14, Travis shared a clip of him performing on the PNC Area. “Final night time, I used to be nonetheless dreaming about this s—t,” he captioned the video. “TEXAS LETS DOOO THIS Dalllas seee YOU sooon SOON,” wrote Scott in a second IG submit on October 14. “NC THANK YOUUU!!! F—king turnt wtf.” Some followers in North Carolina vented their frustrations to Scott on that submit.

“Oh, so that you not gonna say something about why you postponed tonight? Cool bro,” commented one fan. “Yea man, lets simply promote tix for two days and dip when day 2 comes,” wrote one other. “Gonna want that rationalization on night time two in Raleigh – drove virtually 5 hours to get there,” echoed a 3rd, and plenty of extra had been questioning what occurred. “Rattling, a lil sorry would’ve been kinda cool … we been ready on this present for months,” stated one crushed fan.

Scott’s Circus Maximus Tour is in help of his Billboard 200 No. 1 album, Utopia, the 2023 follow-up to 2018’s Astroworld. He introduced the North American tour in August. Initially, it was simply 28 dates, however 11 further reveals had been added on account of excessive demand.

As of October, there is no such thing as a date listed for Scott’s hometown of Houston, Texas. Scott hasn’t carried out there because the lethal 2021 AstroWorld Competition tragedy, wherein 10 folks died and a whole lot had been injured on account of a crowd rush.

After Scott spent eight hours answering questions concerning the incident, a Houston grand jury declined to file legal fees towards him. Nevertheless, because the incident, hundreds of alleged victims have filed greater than 400 civil fits towards Scott and Stay Nation.