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Megan Thee Stallion has canceled an upcoming concert in Houston in the wake of the tragedy that happened a few weeks ago at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival.

The Houston, Texas community was devastated by mourning and unanswered questions when ten people died as crowds at the Astroworld festival. Now, the Grammy-winning “Savage” artist has announced that she will not be performing in a previously scheduled show to heal the city.


“Houston is still recovering and it is important that our community is given the proper time to grieve,” the Houston native said. Houston Chronicle in a statement. “My condolences to all the families suffering during this difficult time.”

Representatives for the 26-year-old did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.

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According to the outlet, Megan Thee Stallion was going to be one of the first to perform at Live Nation’s 713 Music Hall, which was formerly home to the city’s sprawling Barbara Jordan Post Office.

This is not the first live event that was hit by the tragedy. Houston’s Open Concert Series, which was scheduled for November 11 – 14, was canceled in light of the events at Astroworld.

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Meanwhile, Billy Joel announced a show scheduled for September of 2022 at Minute Maid Park in Houston just ahead of the Astroworld Festival. However, after the overcrowding and subsequent deaths made national headlines, the singer announced That ticket sales would be delayed “out of respect.”

Travis Scott performs at the Astroworld festival, resulting in the death of ten people.

There is no information yet about when the tickets will go on sale.

Scott took the stage on November 5 at the NRG Park venue where thousands of fans gathered to hear him and the other lineup of artists. However, the situation became increasingly dire when the crowd increased and people reportedly trampled or got stuck with each other and there was no place to get out. Ten people have died as a result of the incident and hundreds were treated at the scene for various injuries.

Travis Scott has become the subject of various lawsuits after ten people died during his performance at the 2021 Astroworld Festival in Houston.

Scott & Liv Nation, which helped set up the show, has since been the subject of several lawsuits over the way the concert was organized. Meanwhile, the artist is also facing criticism for not stopping the concert to let the first responders deal with the situation. Scott has previously said that he was unaware that his vantage point on stage made the situation in the crowd so dangerous.