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Travis Scott Gives The Tea On Astroworld Tour Production

Travis Scott Gives The Tea On Astroworld Tour Production

Photo Credits: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for MTV

Travis Scott’s Astroworld: Wish You Were Here experience is one of the most hyped tours in a long time. Most people aren’t sure what to expect from the show but after the crazy year, he isn’t likely to disappoint. The North American leg of tour kicks off in Baltimore Nov. 8 and ends right before the holidays. Check out all the dates below:

NOV 8: BALTIMORE, MD AT ROYAL FARMS
NOV 9: RALEIGH, NC AT PNC ARENA
NOV 11: MIAMI, FL AT AMERICAN AIRLINES ARENA
NOV 12: TAMPA, FL AT AMALIE ARENA
NOV 13: ATLANTA, GA AT PHILIPS ARENA
NOV 15: DALLAS, TX AT AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER
NOV 17: HOUSTON, TX AT ASTROWORLD FESTIVAL
NOV 19: LOUISVILLE, KY AT KFC YUM! CENTER
NOV 21: TORONTO, ON AT SCOTIA BANK ARENA
NOV 24: NEWARK, NJ AT PRUDENTIAL CENTER
NOV 25: PITTSBURGH, PA AT PPG PAINTS ARENA
NOV 27: NEW YORK, NY AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
NOV 28: NEW YORK, NY AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
NOV 29: WASHINGTON, DC AT CAPITAL ONE ARENA
NOV 30: HARTFORD, CT AT XL CENTER
DEC 1: PHILADELPHIA, PA AT WELLS FARGO CENTER
DEC 2: BOSTON, MA AT TD GARDEN
DEC 4: CLEVELAND, OH AT QUICKEN LOANS ARENA
DEC 5: DETROIT, MI AT LITTLE CAESARS ARENA
DEC 6: CHICAGO, IL AT UNITED CENTER
DEC 8: MINNEAPOLIS, MN AT TARGET CENTER
DEC 9: MILWAUKEE, WI AT FISERV FORUM
DEC 10: OMAHA, NE AT CHI HEALTH CENTER
DEC 12: DENVER, CO AT PEPSI CENTER
DEC 15: SACRAMENTO, CA AT GOLDEN 1 CENTER
DEC 16: OAKLAND, CA AT ORACLE ARENA
DEC 18: PHOENIX, AZ AT TALKING STICK RESORT ARENA
DEC 19: LOS ANGELES, CA AT THE FORUM
DEC 20: LOS ANGELES, CA AT THE FORUM
DEC 22: PORTLAND, OR AT MODA CENTER

Astroworld took Travis to a new level as an artist and the arena tour experience will give him the ability to express his vision in full. Scott teased a sample of the stage design and let a few details slip about what fans can expect on this highly anticipated tour. “I’m finally able to have the room to do the production I want, because it’s my first arena tour. I’m finally able to fit all the ideas in my brain into one room. There’s going to be intensity from the kids in the building, and enough space for the fans to just rage.”

He compared his stage design to the one he used on his SNL performance but even better, “The tour is more magnified. It’s way more realistic. It’s more tangible. Man, it’s just my ideas on top of ideas, you know? I’m just trying to create free will.” Check out his IG post below and try not to stare at the clock TOO hard, the 8th is thankfully only a few weeks away!