Travis Scott STOPS Concert Over Safety Concerns

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Travis Scott takes a moment to pause mid-performance over safety concerns for his fans during an impromptu set at the Coney Island Art Walls’ Independence Day event. This comes after the rapper’s first scheduled headlining show since the Astroworld festival tragedy was canceled, due to a combination of logistical and production reasons.

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Eight people were killed and hundreds injured at Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival in NRG Park, Houston, Texas, USA.

At around 21:30 Friday, November 5 2021, concertgoers surged toward the stage during Travis Scott’s headlining set, causing many to suffer injuries, with at least eight people killed.

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