Travis Scott Turns Stage Into Mini Amusement Park at Tour Kickoff

During the show, the Houston native takes a loop around a ferris wheel as well as riding a roller coaster while performing his banger.

AceShowbiz - Considering that Travis Scott (II)'s latest album "Astroworld" is inspired by an amusement child he used to go to as a child, it's only right if he brings those feeling to the tour in support of the set. Kicking off his much-anticipated "Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour" in Baltimore on Thursday night, November 8, he turned the stage into a mini amusement park.

Known for his tremendous stage designs from past shows, Travis belted out his hit bangers like "Sicko Mode", "Stargazing" and "Antitode" on several rides. He took a loop around a ferris wheel while addressing the crowd as well as riding a roller coaster as he performed "5% Tint". Lucky fans were also able to join in on the experience as he continued to entertain other concertgoers.

Before the Houston rapper invited audience to try hopping onto the onstage rides, openers like Trippie Redd, Gunna and Sheck Wes warmed up the show with their array of anthems. For instance, Sheck performed his Billboard charting single "Mo Bamba".

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Travis will head to cities such as Miami, Tampa and Atlanta for the next stops of the tour before headlining his inaugural festival set to take place at NRG Park in Houston on December 17. In a press release, his manager David Stromberg promised that they would bring "some well-deserved recognition to Travis' hometown of Houston, the place that has made him both the man and creative artist he is today."

Those who attend the tour will be able to buy exclusive merch, including lip kits from Kylie Jenner's cosmetic brand Kylie Cosmetics. She previously gave a sneak peek at the apparel and souvenirs on Instagram Stories.

"Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour" will conclude on December 19 at The Forum in Los Angeles.

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