Travis Scott Performs a 5-Song Surprise Set at the Coachella After-Party
Even though Travis Scott will not be playing as a headliner at Coachella this year, the Houston rapper managed to surprise fans with a brief performance at the Bootsy Bellows After Party in the nearby town of La Quinta.
Travis took the stage early Sunday morning, according to TMZ, and performed a five-song set that included some of his biggest songs, among other things.
“Everyone was giddy with excitement to see him. “According to a source, “everyone was partaking in the dancing and singing.”
Earlier this month, Scott performed a stripped-down set at an exclusive pre-Oscars house party, marking the first time he had performed in front of an audience since the Astroworld Festival tragedy. Scott’s return to the stage comes just a few weeks after he performed a stripped-down set at an exclusive pre-Oscars house party, which marked the first time he had performed in front of an audience since the tragedy.
Following the tragic events of the November festival, which resulted in the deaths of ten people and the injuries of scores more, Travis was dropped as a Coachella headliner. An online petition garnered 70,000 signatures calling for Scott to be removed from the event, noting his “gross irresponsibility and complete lack of respect for human life.” Scott was eventually removed from the event.
The roughly 400 claims that were filed individually, by both the event organisers and the victims, will now be consolidated into a single case, as previously reported. Live Nation and Travis Scott will now face a single lawsuit for their involvement in the tragedy, as previously reported. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed against Live Nation, Scott, and the festival’s organisers are demanding billions of dollars in damages, alleging that the parties were negligent in the planning and management of Astroworld.