Travis Scott announces “Utopia” release show to take place at one of the natural wonders of the world
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Travis Scott does not mess around when it comes to grandeur moments in his career; from the overwhelming success of his “Astroworld” tours (and the unfortunate crush that occurred in 2021, which he was found no guilty of causing), endorsement deals and even performing on popular multiplayer video game “Fortnite,” his next plan looks set to eclipse them all.
The former Mr. Kendall Jenner announced that his next album, “Utopia,” will be available for pre-orders shortly and that he plans on releasing the album with a one-off show at one of the original seven wonders of the world - the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. On top of that announcement, he also revealed that the event will be a ticketed affair - drawing concerns of another “Rome Colosseum Graffiti” incident by fans should the event take place.
Having wowed audiences this weekend in London as part of Wireless Festival 2023, Scott’s social media team were quick to post the announcement on his Instagram account, with the date in question set to be July 28 2023 and the event also to be livestreamed by Scott, though through what platform has yet to be revealed yet.
“Utopia” is the long awaited follow up to 2018’s smash-hit “Astroworld,” and though the date for the event at the Pyramids has been set, no official date of release has yet been issued regarding when the fourth studio album will drop.
However, the pre-release information regarding formats for the album have become available; in addition to CDs and vinyl, he’s selling album-themed apparel, while the pre-order for the album notes that there will be five different album covers, but none of them have been made public yet nor will fans know which version of the album cover they will receive once pre-orders are finally shipped.
What did Travis Scott play at Wireless Festival 2023?
Did you miss out on Travis Scott’s performance at Wireless Festival 2023 at Finsbury Park on Saturday? Me too - but Setlist.FM have come through once again to reveal the setlist that was performed by the “Astroworld” star:
- Aye (Lil Uzi Vert cover)
- HIGHEST IN THE ROOM
- BUTTERFLY EFFECT
- THE SCOTTS (THE SCOTTS song)
- NO BYSTANDERS
- Praise God (Kanye West cover)
- Upper Echelon
- Lost Forever (New song)
- Raindrops (Insane) (Metro Boomin cover)
- Trance (Metro Boomin cover)
- beibs in the trap
- GATTI (JACKBOYS song)
- Pound Town (Sexyy Red cover) (with Sexyy Red)
- SkeeYee (Sexyy Red cover) (with Sexyy Red)
- SICKO MODE