Travis Scott was just three dates into his just-launched Utopia — Circus Maximum Tour when he postponed a date on the outing at the last minute. According to the, Scott played a sold-out show at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C. on Friday night, but when fans arrived at the arena for what was slated to be a second show at PNC on Saturday night they were told that the show had been postponed shortly before curtain.
At press time spokespeople for promoter Live Nation and Scott could not be reached for comment on the cause of the show’s postponement. PNC Arena told fans to hold on to their tickets, which will be honored at a to-be-determined future date; the second show in Raleigh was added by LN in response to the first gig.
reported that a number of fans showed up to the gig unaware that it had been postponed, with an announcement at the venue greeting them with the message that the gig was postponed due to “reasons beyond our control.”
The Travis Scott Presents Utopia — Circus Maximus tour is the first run of dates from Scott since the deadly 2021 Astroworld Festival tragedy, which left 10 people dead and thousands injured after a crowd stampede. The tour kicked off on Oct. 11 at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, N.C. and was slated to play the PNC Arena on Oct. 13 and 14.
The next scheduled date is Tuesday night (Oct. 17) in Dallas at the American Airlines Arena. Scott did not appear to have addressed the postponed show on his socials at press time. Over the weekend, his Instagram feed featured a picture of the tour’s stage and the message “
F–king turnt wtf.”
Fan comments on the latter post told a story of frustration, with disappointed ragers writing, “2 instas and not acknowledging postponing raleigh is craaaaazy,” “2 instas and not acknowledging postponing raleigh is craaaaazy,” “Wow this is ridiculous. Hours before night 2 and not a word said ????” and “What happened to the 2nd show. Flew up here and paid BANDS to come see u!!!!”
See Scott’s latest post below.