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Travis Scott reportedly set to make first public appearance since Astroworld tragedy


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It was just a few days ago that Travis Scott was featured on his first song since the Astroworld music fest tragedy — a crowd surge on November 5 of last year that resulted in 10 deaths and numerous injuries. Now, the “Sicko Mode” rapper is reportedly continuing to make his music comeback with his first public performance coming up next week. 

According to Page Six, Scott will make an appearance in Miami on May 7, during the Formula One Grand Prix at the club E11even on Saturday night. 

The club did post the show announcement on Instagram per the report, but the post has since been taken down. Scott is still listed on the venue’s website, where tickets of $150-$200 can be purchased for the show. 

Since the catastrophe last November, Scott has slowly tried at making a comeback, having performed privately recently at a Coachella after-party and at a pre-Oscars party in March. In December of last year, the Texas native sat down with air personality Charlamagne tha God for his first extensive interview since Astroworld. 

Regarding the many families affected by the Astroworld festival, Scott said, “I understand what they’re going through. They’re grieving right now. And it’s not just a right now thing. It’s a forever thing. And these people that came to the show, they are my family and I’ve always had that connection to the people.”

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