By Mike Bedigan, PA Los Angeles Correspondent
Travis Scott has announced he will be taking up a residency in Las Vegas, amid ongoing lawsuits related to last year’s Astroworld tragedy.
The US rapper will perform at Zouk nightclub in Las Vegas with his first headlining performances scheduled for September 17th and October 15th.
They will follow tour dates in the UK, where he is due to perform at London’s O2 Arena on August 6th and 7th.
Got Goosebumps yet? Experience @travisscott like you never have before as he takes over the stage at #ZoukNightclub on September 17 and October 15 for live performances you won’t forget 🔥https://t.co/NkvbkZ6RlO pic.twitter.com/uX9tNg411i
— ZoukGroupLV (@ZoukGroupLV) August 1, 2022
Scott is set to “feature some previews of upcoming tracks”, according to a press release shared with US media.
The rapper still faces multiple lawsuits following the tragedy during his headline set at the Astrowold music festival in Texas in November last year.
Ten people died and thousands more were injured as fans surged toward the stage, though the rapper said he did not know people were hurt.
At a show in July he stopped a show in Coney Island, New York, to make sure fans were safe.