Travis Scott will perform at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday night, his first performance since the tragedy at his Astroworld Festival last November.
Prior to his performance, Kylie Jenner and Stormi were in London to support the Houston rapper, who will perform two sold-out shows at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday and Sunday nights.
A source told TMZ that Travis is “excited to deliver for his fans in London by being back, thriving on stage.”
Scott’s August 6 date at the venue (with a sellable capacity of just under 16,000) initially sold out in less than two hours. This demand led to the announcement of a second performance on August 7, which also sold out quickly.
In a statement, a Scott spokesperson pointed out that the two O2 shows are just the “final signs” that fans are waiting for his full return to live performances.
“Travis’ weekend packed performances and [the] The fact that his O2 show in London sold out in under two hours are just the latest signs that fan demand is skyrocketing for the return of one of the world’s favorite artists,” the spokesperson said.
When he announced the first O2 show on Instagram in June, Scott told fans it was “time to take it to” [a] bigger speaker” after spending a long time in the studio. UtopiaScott’s sequel to his 2018 blockbuster Astroworldis expected to arrive later this year.