The Astroworld Festival, founded by Travis Scott in 2018, is back for 2021. The two-day festival will take place at NRG Park in Houston, Texas, on November 5th and 6th.
The lineup has yet to be announced but should be released soon. Previous start-studded lineups included Post Malone, Lil Wayne, and Young Thug, Pharrell Williams, Da Baby, and Megan Thee Stallion.
Scott, who will be headlining, also has an upcoming new album, Utopia, which is expected to be released in October.
Where To Buy Travis Scott's Astroworld Tickets
Primary market face-value general admission tickets went on sale on Wednesday, May 5th at 10 a.m. CT via Frontgate but sold out within an hour.
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How Much Are Travis Scott's Astroworld Tickets
Primary market tickets are SOLD OUT, so the only place buy your tickets now is on the secondary market. Two-day passes currently start at $535, while VIP two-day passes start at $1,398. Single day passes start at $581 for Friday and $716 for Saturday. Single-day VIP passes are over $2,000.
Astroworld 2021 Lineup
COMING SOON. Check back next week for updates.
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