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Travis Scott brings Astroworld buzz back to Houston with tour stop

Travis Scott brings Astroworld buzz back to Houston with tour stop

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Fans who couldn't get enough of Scott's Astroworld can pack Toyota Center. Photo by Greg Noire

Hit-making Houston rapper Travis Scott has announced the second leg of his "Astroworld: Wish You Were Here" tour.

Scott, who was recently nominated for three Grammys — including Best Rap Album for his double-platinum latest Astroworld — will kick things off on Friday, January 25, in Vancouver, British Columbia. This leg will have him performing 28 shows before concluding on Sunday, March 24, in Charlotte, North Carolina. All three postponed shows from the previous leg (Milwaukee, Hartford, and Tampa) have been rescheduled and tickets for the original date will be honored at the new date.

Of course, Scott will make a stop in his hometown, which was also home to his inaugural Astroworld Festival last month. The turnout was so successful — around 40,000 people were in attendance — that a second festival is in the works for next year.

Until then, Houstonians can see him on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 when he performs at the Toyota Center.

General on-sale ticket purchases begins Thursday, December 20, at 10 am. Fans who have previously purchased Travis Scott merch will receive an exclusive code via email granting them access to the official merchandise presale on Wednesday, December 19, at 4 pm until 10 pm.