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When you have a reputation for being one of the most high energy performers in the rap game like Travis Scott, there is a high exception that follows. Unfortunately, sometimes that comes with having to change one's schedule and quickly adapt to any mishaps.
From the sounds of it, the Astroworld tour is gearing up to be one of Scott's most career-defining moments yet -- complete with a ferris wheel-inspired ride that fans can take turns on. Unfortunately, it appears as though Scott has run into some production issues, while on the road.
According to reports, the ambitious set design has caused Scott and his team to postpone four dates of the tour run because of these issues.
As reported, tonight's (Nov. 14) show in Tampa, Florida has been pushed back. Upcoming dates in Hartford, Connecticut (Nov. 30), Cleveland, Ohio (Dec. 4) and Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Dec. 9) have also been delayed.
A rep for Scott stated that those aforementioned dates will be added to the second leg of the tour. Additionally, tickets for the original dates will be honored at the new dates or a refunds will be put in place.
In a recent interview with E!, the rapper shared what it's been like being a new father and being able to bring his daughter along for the ride on tour.
"I keep Stormi on the road, she's got her own dressing room vibe, got her own bus vibe," he shared. "It's so hard because I grew up in a different household where I never had a nanny or nothing like that — my parents were never on a tour — so being able to do that and figure it out at 26, it's like hard, but when you're going through it, it's like, 'Oh this is dope.'"
The rapper even commented on living his "dream life" and being able to include his daughter during a visit to the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston Hospital on Tuesday (Nov. 13).