Travis Scott may not have been able to perform at the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt as he wanted to, but we now know when he plans to bring live performances of his new album Utopia to fans stateside, courtesy of the Circus Maximus Tour. The tour begins in late September in Chicago and crosses North America, touching down in Boston, Atlanta, Travis’ native Houston, Los Angeles, Vancouver, and more before wrapping up in Miami.
The Circus Maximus Tour will be Scott’s first since the Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour in 2018 and 2019 with Gunna, Sheck Wes, and Trippie Redd, as well as his first since the Astroworld Festival tragedy. With the fallout from the latter still looming over his head, all eyes will likely be on this tour, hoping for the best.
Update: Live Nation previously announced dates for the tour, but they are not official. Confirmed dates have yet to be announced. The previously announced tour dates (which, again, were not official) ran across North America from late September to late November. Yesterday (August 9), Scott shared an update on Instagram, writing, UTOPIA TOUR SOON. US AND EURO DATES SOON TO BE ANNOUNCE. I MISS THE ROAD I MISSS YALLLL.”