8 dead, several hundred injured following Astroworld music festival
What was initially meant to be a night of fun and excitement, turned deadly at Travis Scott's third annual music festival Astroworld, where eight people died and several hundred attendees were seriously injured.
HOUSTON - Sources have told Variety that Travis Scott has made the decision to refund the tickets to all those who attended the Astroworld Festival on Friday, Nov. 5.
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The decision comes after eight people died in what authorities are calling a "mass casualty" event among the more than 50,000 attendees who came out to see Scott and other performers play.
Ages of the victims reportedly range from 14-27.
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Variety also reports that Scott is too distraught to play a planned show at this weekend’s Day N Vegas Festival. The rapper was meant to headline Saturday night.
This story is developing and will be updated accordingly.
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