Scott will headline his two-day Houston festival, with the remainder of the lineup yet to be announced.
Over 100,000 eager fans are headed to Houston this fall for Astroworld. Travis Scott’s annual festival’s passes sold out Wednesday (May 5) in under one hour for the Nov. 5 and 6 event.
The music festival is slated to return for a third year to NRG Park in Texas, with an expanded two-day format. Scott, the creative mind behind the festival, is once again set to headline. The artist is also working on his latest album, Utopia. The remainder of the artist-curated lineup has yet to be announced.
With this year’s immediate sellout, Astroworld continues its streak of selling out prior to announcing a lineup.
With a new creative theme, “Open Your Eyes to a Whole New Universe,” Scott will helm the multi-stage music festival experience in his hometown while also bringing back the beloved spirit and nostalgia of AstroWorld, the city’s legendary and now-defunct amusement park.
A portion of proceeds from the event will be donated to the festival’s official charity partner, Cactus Jack Foundation. Founded by Scott, the nonprofit organization looks to empower and enrich the lives of youth by providing access to education and creative resources to ensure long-term success.
Astroworld was last held in 2019 as a single-day festival with 50,000 attendees. Previous Astroworld lineups have included Post Malone, Rosalia, Pharrell Williams, DaBaby, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Playboi Carti and Megan Thee Stallion.