How much are Travis Scott Astroworld tickets and what is the festival lineup?
RAPPER Travis Scott has his own festival, Astroworld, which takes place each year in Houston, Texas.
The highly anticipated line-up for Astroworld 2021 has finally been released.
How much are Astroworld tickets?
The third annual Astroworld festival will be held from November 5-6, 2021, at Houston's NRG Park.
Tickets for the two-day festival vary in price.
For a general admission ticket, the price is $349.99, plus a $71.35 concert fee.
The Stargazing VIP tickets are $724.99, with a $69.43 concert fee. The Stargazing VIP pack includes a dedicated VIP entrance, a special VIP viewing area, a VIP bar, dedicated VIP restrooms, a commemorative VIP laminate and a limited edition festival t-shirt. The t-shirts are one-size, and reportedly fit like a men's large.
Top-tier tickets, the No Bystanders VIP, are $999.99 each, with a $77.94 concert fee. It appears both of the VIP packages are sold out, according to the Astroworld website.
The No Bystanders VIP pack includes all of the things in the Stargazing VIP package, as well as access to a premium viewing deck, an exclusive Super VIP bar and lounge area, and exclusive super VIP air conditioned bathrooms.
What is the festival lineup?
Astroworld 2021 has a stacked lineup, full of the industry's top artists.
Of course, Travis Scott will be headlining. There will also be performances from SZA, Chief Keef, Bad Bunny, Young Thug + YSL, Master P, Tame Impala, Baby Keem, 21 Savage, and Earth, Wind & Fire.
Also appearing on the bill is Lil Baby, Roddy Ricch, Yves Tumor, Don Toliver, SoFaygo, Toro Y Moi, Sheck Wes, Bia, Teezo Touchdown, Metro Boomin, and Houston All Stars.
What is Astroworld?
After releasing his third full-length album, Astroworld, in 2018, Travis Scott launched the festival the same year.
NRG Park in Houston is where the fest is held every year, as it used to be the home of Six Flags: Astroworld, until the park shut down in 2005.
Travis has spoken about how both the album and festival were inspired by the theme park, as he wants to "bring back the beloved spirit and nostalgia of Astroworld".
The original lineup featured artists like Young Thug, Post Malone, Metro Boomin, and Travis Scott.
In 2019, after a documentary entitled Look Mom I Can Fly was released on Netflix following the making of the festival and album, the lineup featured artists like Rosalia, Marilyn Manson, and Megan Thee Stallion.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic causing a quarantine in 2020, the festival was postponed until the following year. However, Travis did team up with Fortnite: Battle Royale to have a virtual Astroworld-themed event called Astronomical.
Astroworld 2021 will be the first time the festival will last more than one day.
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