HOUSTON (CelebrityAccess) – Travis Scott has announced the return of his Astroworld Festival to his hometown of Houston on November 9.
The second-annual, multi-stage music event will be curated and headlined by Scott himself and marks the rapper’s only North American performance currently announced for the second half of 2019.
The festival, which follows Scott’s ‘Wish You Were Here’ North American tour earlier this spring, will take place across the street from the former home of AstroWorld, an amusement park opened in downtown Houston in 1968.
Scott recently released an 85-minute Netflix documentary entitled, Look Mom I Can Fly, which includes footage from the inaugural Astroworld festival last November.
The full musical lineup for this year’s event has not yet been revealed, however, general admission tickets (starting at $89) and VIP (starting at $250) passes are available for purchase now at AstroworldFest.com.