Travis Scott will return to the big stage for the first time in over a year after ten individuals died of compression asphyxia during his Astroworld event in 2021.
The rapper, 31, will be playing seven shows at their Las Vegas venue starting next month, according to the Zouk Nightclub.
According to a press release, Road to Utopia will be a mind-bending, first-of-its-kind nightclub residency experience and a chance for Scott to sample some of his new music.
Travis Scott is a perfect fit for the Zouk Nightclub roster, according to Andrew Li, the CEO of the Zouk Group.
His fiery performances will pair perfectly with our enticing atmosphere, giving our guests a show unlike anything else they've ever seen in Las Vegas.
Scotts' participation at the Nevadas Day N Vegas festival was canceled a month later.
The Vegas event, which was scheduled to take place over the Labor Day weekend on September 2-4, was canceled due to a combination of logistics, timing, and production difficulties.
The Goosebumps rappers' first festival appearance since Astroworld would have been the Goosebumps rappers' first festival appearance.
Scott competed in the Formula 1 Grand Prix for the first time in a public appearance at Miamis ultraclub E11 in May. He also participated in a pre-Oscar party at Coachella.
400 lawsuits have been filed against Scott, Live Nation, and others involved in the festival following the tragedy. All parties have been accused of negligence, and the cases have been combined into one civil case, representing nearly 2,800 victims.
Both Scott and Live Nation have denied the charges.
After he became aware of a problem, the 31-year-old rapper told Charlamagne Tha God that he would do everything he could to assist dying audience members.
Anytime you hear something like that, you want to cancel the program and you want to ensure that fans receive the proper treatment they need, according to the rapper, who has two children with Kylie Jenner.
I did it whenever I could. I paused it like a couple times to make sure everyone was okay.
He continued, stating that lighting, pyrotechnics, and the performance's sound make it difficult to tell what's happening while on stage.
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