After flirting with it over the last couple years, Travis Scott is set to take the plunge and become the newest superstar with a Las Vegas residency.
Announced over the busy holiday weekend, the Astroworld rapper is set to take over Marquee Nightclub, which is operated by the Tao Group. This includes a number of upcoming dates, as well as the promise of even more in 2020.
This is not only good news for the 28-year-old chart-topper, but also his fans. This residency allows Scott and his team to create an even bigger and more impressive version of their theme-park setup. Expect a more ambitious and technologically impressive show (as well as a cool Astroworld vending machine) when Marquee Nightclub hosts Travis Scott on July 27, August 31 and September 14.
Although sudden, this news was certainly not unexpected. We've seen a number of massive stars ink Vegas residencies in the recent months, including Cardi B at Palms Casino (KAOS Nightclub & Dayclub) and Drake signing on at Wynn Nightlife (XS Nightclub).
On top of rocking Marquee Nightclub, Travis Scott will also take part in the inaugural Day N Vegas music festival that will be taking place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on November 1-3. The lineup includes fellow Vegas mainstays like J. Cole, Migos, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Uzi Vert and more.