Although the 2020 coronovirus epidemic has changed the way fans consume live music, Travis Scott is still looking at the AstroWorld Festival in 2021 through plans to return to his hometown. The Houston rapper told director Robert Rodriguez in an interview published in an interview. Vice.
In response to Rodriguez’s question about his post-pandemic plans for the festival, Travis confirmed, “Hopefully, we can bring it back later this year. Around November. “While this may be the most optimistic approach to the return of the festival, it is Dr. This is consistent with Anthony Fauci’s prediction that some locations will be able to reopen in the fall, provided that the vaccine rollout is sufficiently low to reduce infection levels nationwide.
Unfortunately, despite the 2018 and 2019 festivals selling out well for Travis, the 2020 edition of the festival had to be canceled due to an outbreak of COVID-19.
Travis also explained the impact that his art as a father has had on him, stating, “Fatherhood affects my job. It has a huge impact. It’s a major inspiration … Storm, he’s just acting like a child. She is always interested, she catches on and learns things and adopts things so fast. This is so crazy, Stormy’s generation is different from mine, and he is different from my younger brother and sister. Children show you a different view of life, how they see things, what kind of pressure they have and what makes them happy, what drives them forward… you have to use that properly. “
Read the full interview here.