With UTOPIA having just solidified his status as one of the biggest recording artists on the planet, Travis Scott is headed to Vancouver.
The Houston-born rapper will headline Rogers Arena on November 10 as part of a multimedia spectacle being dubbed the UTOPIA-Circus Maximus Tour. Promising to “transport fans into an unparalleled audiovisual experience,” the whole thing kicks off in Charlotte on October 11, and wraps on December 29 at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.
Since its release on July 29, Scott’s UTOPIA has taken up permanent residence at the number one spot on the Billboard charts, and racked up over 1.5 billion streams on all the services that matter.
Famous for his philanthropy, the rapper is earmarking $2 from every ticket sold for the Cactus Jack Foundation, a registered charity that looks to uplift Houston youth through initiatives that range from toy drives to college scholarship programs.
Missed Scott when he played Vancouver’s Waldorf Hotel on New Year’s Eve in 2014? Well, nothing’s going to compensate for that epic fail, but you’ve at least got the UTOPIA-Circus Maximus Tour this fall, with tickets on sale starting this Thursday at 10am.
Where: Rogers Arena
What: UTOPIA-Circus Maximus Tour
When: November 10.