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Travis Scott’s CIRCUS MAXIMUS Is Highest Grossing Rap Tour, Launches Emergency Fund For Hurricane Victims

Internationally acclaimed, global superstar Travis Scott and his SOLD-OUT North American CIRCUS MAXIMUS TOUR is officially the highest-grossing rap tour of 2024. The Grammy nominated, cultural kingpin stands alongside fellow musical giants U2, Madonna, and Depeche Mode as part of the top ten highest-grossing tours of the year.

Travis Scott’s sold-out 44-date North American CIRCUS MAXIMUS TOUR grossed an impressive $95.7M with an attendance of 686k and broke multiple merchandise sale records from state to state. Scott was also the first rapper in history to headline a sold-out SoFi Stadium show in Los Angeles.

Travis Scott’s highly anticipated sold-out summer European arena and stadium CIRCUS MAXIMUS tour starts next month on June 28 at the GelreDome in the Netherlands. The tour has already grossed $49.9M with 425,271 tickets sold. Produced by Live Nation, the tour sold out venues such as the 43,661-capacity Rhein Energie Stadion in CologneGermany, and the 48,300-capacity Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt. The tour includes his largest-ever U.K. headline show at the 48,256-capacity Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. Travis continues to be represented by James Rubin at WME.

1 Euro/Pound from every ticket sold, will go to Cactus Jack Foundation, a 501(c)3 with a mission to uplift Houston youth through toy drives, scholarship programs to HBCU college students, and fulfilling expenses for education and creative endeavors.

Last week, Travis Scott launched his special-edition AJ1 ELKINS Jordan Brand shoemade with premium leather in Canary and Light Silver, and pop of Racer Blue. The co-branded AJ1 ELKINS with signature reverse Swoosh logo gives a colorful nod to the hip-hop icon’s high school alma mater in Missouri City, Texas.

In conjunction with the shoe launch, Travis Scott launched a dedicated relief fund with the Cactus Jack Foundation and Houston Food Bank to provide emergency relief to thousands of residents affected by the hurricane in Houston. Travis Scott will donate funds from his AJ1 ELKINS shoe sales to provide immediate relief and access to food for thousands of families affected.

Friday, 28th June – Netherlands, Arnhem – GelreDome
Sunday, 30th June – Arnhem, Netherlands – GelreDome 
Tuesday, 2nd July – Poland, Krakow – TAURON Arena
Thursday, 5th July – Switzerland, Zurich – Hallenstadion
Saturday, 6th July – France, Nice – Allianz Riviera
Monday, 8th July – Belgium, Antwerp – Sportpaleis
Thursday, 11th July  – UK, London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Saturday, 13th July  – UK, Manchester – Co-op Live
Tuesday, 16th July  – Germany, Hamburg – Barclays Arena
Thursday, 18th July  – Czech Republic, Prague – O2 Arena
Saturday, 20th July – Germany, Cologne – RheinEnergieSTADION
Tuesday, 23rd July – Italy, Milan – Ippodromo SNAI La Maura
Friday, 26th July – Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park 
Saturday, 27th July – Germany, Frankfurt – Deutsche Bank Park
Tuesday, 30th July – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center 
Friday, 2nd August – Lisbon, Portugal – MEO Arena 

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