Looks like Travis Scott is ready to get back on stage.
The 30-year-old rapper hasn’t played on a major stage since the Astroworld Festival tragedy back in November 2021, which killed ten people and wounded dozens more. Travis was dropped as a Coachella headliner following the event and hasn’t appeared on large stages since. He had his first gig since the incident last month, when he performed a stripped-down set at a private pre-Oscars home party.
According to TMZ, Travis Scott made up for being pulled from this year’s lineup by traveling to Bootsy Bellows at 3 a.m. on Sunday (April 17) and delivering a five-song performance.
See the clip below:
“People were super excited to see him. Everyone was dancing and singing along,” Complex reports.
As you can see, it was a small and intimate gathering. Scott was surrounded by close friends, and he was keeping things reasonably low-key in terms of intensity. The videos show that at one point, Travis performed one of his hit songs, “Goosebumps.”