Travis Scott adds second show after first big solo concert post-Astroworld tragedy sells out

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Travis Scott’s die-hard fans have helped him sell out his first major solo show since last year’s Astroworld tragedy. According to Complex, tickets for the rapper’s upcoming concert at London’s O2 Arena on August 6 sold out within hours of being released.

“Travis’ packed weekend performances and [the] fact that his O2 show in London sold out within two hours are just the latest signs that fan demand is sky high for the return of one of the world’s favorite artists,” Travis’ spokesperson told Complex. In an attempt to meet fans’ demands, the rapper’s added a second show, set to take place at the London venue on August 7.

Tickets for the concert are currently on sale.

As previously reported, Travis’ upcoming shows will be his first headlining performances since his Astroworld Festival ended in 10 deaths last November. He’s since taken steps toward increasing concert safety, launching Project HEAL — an initiative that aims to “take much needed action towards supporting real solutions that make all events the safest spaces they can possibly be” — and, most recently, stopping his Brooklyn concert to ensure that his fans were free from danger.

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