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Travis Scott has announced he will hit the road with “The Wish You Were Here Tour”, in support of his “Astroworld” album. The tour includes 26 venues, will kick off on 08th of November 2018 in Baltimore and will end on 19th of December in Los Angeles. It includes stops in locations like Chicago, Miami, Toronto, Boston, New York, with a special performance at the first edition of the “Astroworld Festival” on 17th of November 2018. Scott will be joined in this tour by Sheck Wes, Gunna, Trippie Redd and Virgil Abloh. Tickets for “The Wish You Were Hour Tour” have been released for general public sale on 24th of August. Find tickets to any of these shows at places like StubHub or Seatgeek.
The album “Astroworld”, supervised by Mike and Scott Dean can be described as a mix of musical techniques and textures, with synths, guitars and pianos creating a psychedelic and creative musical world. The name of the album was inspired by a former amusement park from Scott’s hometown, Houston. This may be the reason for which after listening the album, the fans are left with the feeling they spent a crazy, sticky, up and down day at the carnival.
The album features several guests from the pop area – the Weeknd, Drake, Frank Ocean, from the indie stream – James Blake, Kevin Parker and from the new-wave rap – Sheck Wes, Gunna, Juice WRLD. Scott’s Houston roots are visible in the album through references made to local legends such as Big Moe, Fat Pat and Hawk.
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“Sicko Mode” track can be seen as the album’s highlight: it features Swae Lee and Drake, it contains samples from Miami’s diplomat Uncle Luke and from New York’s mayor Biggie Smalls and changes its beat four times. “Sicko Mode” is not the only song that has a changing beat: on “Stargazing”, the fans are pleased with two different musical movements: first is a slow, psychedelic-like one and the second is a high, urgent one.
The most surprising track of the album is the last one, called “Coffee Bean”, as its sound is different from all the others included in Scott’s third full-length release: the track inspires a smooth jazz atmosphere based on a gently playing guitar.
If you want to hear the tracks of this album catch Travis Scott’s live performance with guests by getting your best-deal tickets here.
Born Jacques Webster on 30th of April 1992 in Houston, Texas, Travis Scott was raised by her grandmother before moving to live with his father in the suburbs. In his second year of college he decided to drop out so he could follow a musical career, which determined his parents to withdraw their financial support.
Scott moved to New York City in pursuit of a career as a record producer of hip hop music, spending a lot of time at a recording studio. In 2007 he formed alongside his friend, Chris Holloway, a band called “The Graduates”. In 2008, the duo released on “MySpace” their first EP. The years that followed brought Scott difficulties in both his personal and professional life: without the financial support of his parents, he found it harder to survive every day. But in 2014, TI from “of Grand Hustle Record” heard “Lights Love Sick”, a song produced and sang by Scott and offered him a deal. The same year, Scott released his own song called “Don’t Play”, which became a great hit. This single was a preview of his debut studio album called “Days Before Rodeo”.
The success of “Don’t Play” determined Scott to begin “The Rodeo Tour” alongside producer Metro Boomin and rapper Young Thug. The tour turned Travis Scott into an overnight sensation, thanks in part to the guest appearances made by artists like Birdman, Kanye West, Wale and Chris Brown in various venues of the tour, often cited as one of the wildest rap live tours of our days.
With the album “Rodeo” released in September 2015, Scott hit the jackpot: it debuted at # 3 on “Billboard 200” and reached Number 1 on “Billboard Rap Album” chart.
A year later, in 2016, his collaboration with Thug on the single “Pick Up The Phone’” brought Travis double platinum certification granted by the “Recording Industry Association of America”. The rapper’s rise to fame continued also in 2016, when his second album, “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight”, released on “Apple Music” and “iTunes”, reached Number 1 on “Billboard 200”.
2017 brought Scott other premieres: he performed at the “New Orleans BUKU Music + Art Project festival”, he toured in Europe in support of the “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” album, he made a surprise appearance at 2017 MTV Video Music Award, singing a fragment from “Butterfly Effect”, while “30 seconds to Mars” sang “Walk On Water” and performed also at “All-Star Weekend” in New Orleans. All these performances didn’t prevent Travis from releasing new material: “A Man” and “Green & Purple” featuring Playboi Carti were issued on SoundCloud and they were followed by “Butterfly Effect”. The next release was “Astroworld” album, which you can hear and see live in “The Wish You Were Here Tour”, by getting your tickets.
As for personal life, Scott proved in various occasions he is generous with the ones less fortunate than him, recently offering a fan $800 for his mother funeral. In April 2017, Travis Scott started dating Kylie Jenner and in February 2018 they welcomed their daughter Stormi.
See below the full list of dates and venues of Travis Scott’s “The Wish You Were Here Tour”:
November 8 – Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, MD
November 9 – PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC
November 11 – American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL
November 12 – Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
November 13 – Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA
November 15 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
November 19 – KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, KY
November 21 – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
November 24 – Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
November 25 – PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
November 27 – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
November 29 – Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
November 30 – XL Center, Hartford, CT
December 1 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
December 2 – TD Garden, Boston, MA
December 4 – Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
December 5 – Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI
December 6 – United Center, Chicago, IL
December 8 – Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
December 9 – Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI
December 10 – Century Link Center Omaha, Omaha, NE
December 12 – Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
December 15 – Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
December 18 – Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
December 19 – The Forum, Los Angeles, CA