Travis Scott has teased a run of US and Europe shows.
The rapper took to his Instagram to hint at shows being announced under the name ‘Utopia Tour Presents Circus Maximus’ tour.
“UTOPIA TOUR SOON. US AND EURO DATES SOON TO BE ANNOUNCE. I MISS THE ROAD I MISSS YALLLL,” he wrote.
Notably, this would be Scott’s first tour since the Astroworld tragedy, in which 10 people died and hundreds more were injured following a crowd crush at the festival in November 2021.
Last month, it was revealed that a grand jury in Texas had decided that Scott would not face charges over the incident, and a full report has now been filed.
The rapper’s first album since 2018 has been streamed globally over 650million times, while Apple Music confirmed it had the biggest first day streams of an album in 2023, and Spotify named it the most streamed record in 2023 on its first day with 128 million streams.
To celebrate the album’s release, Scott played a special show and livestream at Italy’s Circus Maximus, an entertainment stadium and public park in Rome that used to host chariot races.
The rapper brought out his mentor Kanye West, telling the crowd [per Pitchfork]: “There is no Utopia without Kanye West. There is no Travis Scott without Kanye West. There is no Rome without Kanye West. Make some noise for Ye.”
Travis Scott’s planned Circus Maximus show comes after his original ‘Utopia’ launch show at the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt fell apart due to “production issues”. The show was meant to take place on July 28, but was cancelled by Live Nation Middle East a day before.