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A Look at Travis Scotts Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour

March 13, 2019

In the Chinese Zodiac, 2018 was the year of the dog. For music lovers and the man himself, 2018 was the year of Travis Scott. He released his third studio album, Astroworld (2018) to widespread acclaim with many critics citing it as his best project to date.

It spawned the chart-topping, No.1 hit single, Sicko Mode featuring Drake. Astroworlds blend of psychedelic trap and Travis hypnotic auto-tuned crooning earned a nomination for Best Rap Album at the 61st Grammy Awards. Sicko Mode itself has been nominated for Grammy awards, including Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.

Now Travis is taking his talents to the road.

Apart from his Super Bowl LIII halftime performance, Mr. Scott has been on tour, the Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour. And its not over. Several dates remain in what is a North American affair, which means that fans who have yet to see him live still have the opportunity to do so.

Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour Details

The first leg of the tour ended late 2018, with the second leg kicking off on January 25th in Vancouver, BC at the Rogers Arena. A few shows that were postponed in 2018 (Milwaukee, Hartford, and Tampa) were rescheduled for 2019. The first leg of the tour featured the likes of Trippie Redd, Sheck Wes, Gunna and Virgil Abloh.

His setlist has varied throughout his live appearances, featuring songs from Astroworld as well as his previous albums, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight and Rodeo.  

Travis Scotts Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour Setlist

*Note: These are songs that Travis has performed throughout the tour, not necessarily at each show.

  1. Stargazing
  2. Carousel
  3. Butterfly Effect
  4. Antidote
  5. Sicko Mode
  6. Beibs in the Trap
  7. No Bystanders
  8. Yosemite
  9. Dont Play
  10. Skeletons
  11. Astrothunder
  12. R.I.P Screw
  13. Houstonfornication
  14. Uptown
  15. Cant Say
  16. Through the Late Night
  17. NC-17
  18. Goosebumps
  19. ZEZE (Kodak Black cover)
  20. 90210
  21. Quintana
  22. Upper Echelon
  23. Skyfall
  24. Stop Trying to Be God
  25. Mamacita
  26. Drugs You Should Try It
  27. Love Galore (SZA cover)
  28. Way Back
  29. Lose
  30. 3500
  31. Piss on Your Grave
  32. 5% Tint
  33. Dark Knight Dummo (Trippie Redd cover)
  34. Pick Up the Phone (Travis Scott & Young Thug cover)
  35. Mo Bamba (Sheck Wes cover)
  36. Nightcrawler
  37. Mile High (James Blake cover)

Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour Dates

February 8 Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum

February 11 Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center

February 13 Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

February 17 Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center

February 18 St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center

February 20 Indianapolis, IN @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse

February 21 Chicago, IL @ United Center

February 22 Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum

February 24 Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center

February 26 State College, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center

February 28 Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center

March 2 New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

March 3 Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center

March 5 Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre

March 7 Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena

March 9 Hartford, CT @ XL Center

March 12 Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena

March 14 Jacksonville, FL @ Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

March 15 Orlando, FL @ Amway Center

March 17 Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena

March 20 Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena

March 22 Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena

March 24 Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center

In a World of His Own: How Travis Scott Got Here

Travis Scott may be one of the most buzzed-about musicians on the pop and hip-hop landscapes right now. Nevertheless, true fans know that his rise has been panning out from the beginning of the decade.  

The Houston-born rapper started devoting himself to music in high school, developing both his rapping and production skills. He enrolled at the University of Texas in San Antonio but would spend money given to him by his mother on music equipment. Some of these funds would also subsidize his flights to New York and Los Angeles in pursuit of a record deal.

He would soon drop out, following the unsurprising musical path of sleeping in cars while knocking on record label doors. They eventually opened up when Kanye Wests engineer, Anthony Kilhoffer responded to a cold email Travis sent. Kilhoffer heard some of Scotts music, met up with him at a Coffee Bean (which inspired Coffee Bean on Astroworld).

Years later, Kilhoffer invited him to New York and told him to pitch a beat on the  G.O.O.D Music collaboration album, Cruel Summer. This landed Scott a production deal from Kanye West, and eventually, he was signed by Atlanta rapper T.I.

In the years that followed, he would go on to secure various production credits and release several projects.

Notable Production Credits (Short List)

  • Kanye West Presents GOOD Music: Cruel Summer / Various Artists - To The World, The Morning, Sin City
  • Yeezus / Kanye West - I Am a God, New Slaves, Guilt Trip
  • Magna Carta Holy Grail / Jay-Z - Crown
  • If Youre Reading This Its Too Late / Drake - Company
  • Rebel Heart / Madonna - Illuminati
  • Anti / Rihanna - Woo, Pose
  • Culture 2 / Migos - White Sand

Travis Scotts Discography (Major Releases)

  • Owl Pharaoh (2013 Mixtape)
  • Days Before Rodeo (2014 Mixtape)
  • Rodeo (2015 Album)
  • Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight (2016 Album)
  • Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho (2017 Collaborative Album w/ Quavo)
  • Astroworld (2018 Album)

Travis Scotts Tours

  • Rodeo Tour (2015 Headlining Tour with Young Thug & Metro Boomin)
  • Never Sober Tour (2015 - Supporting act for Juicy J & Project Pat)
  • The Madness Tour (2015 - Supporting act along with Banks for The Weeknd)
  • Anti World Tour (2016 - Supporting act for Rihanna)
  • Birds Eye View Tour (2017 Headlining Tour)
  • Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour (2018/2019 Headlining tour with Trippie Redd, Sheck Wes, and Gunna)

Astroworld: The Album, The Tour, The Significance

For the unacquainted, Astroworld refers to the name of a now defunct amusement park in Houston that shut down when Scott was 13. The closure had a lasting impact on him, which he admitted when he said: When they took away Astroworld, they took away a piece of my heart. That closure no-doubt spurred him to name his latest album and craft its sound as a tribute.

The Astroworld theme is also symbolic of his ascent to the top of the music world - its been a wild ride for Travis. Hes gone from being a hungry, young artist eager on making a dent on the music scene, to now sitting at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Hes gone from releasing LPs with relatively lukewarm reception to Grammy-nominated albums which feature hip-hops elite.

Get Tickets to Travis Scotts Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour

For serious fans of Travis Scott, going to his Astroworld: Wish You Here Tour shouldnt be an option. Hes a blazingly energetic performer known for getting crowds pumped (and at times, rowdy), meaning that there are no dull moments.

It serves as an interesting contrast to his music where it often seems as if hes trying to induce a trance-like state in his listeners. With that said, fans will want to get tickets as soon as possible considering how fast Travis Scott shows sell out!

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