Bootleggers better tighten up!
The road to an unmitigated Astroworld experience is now more possible than ever, but it might cost you an arm and a leg. According to new legal documents obtained by TMZ, Travis Scott has been granted legal jurisdiction to kill off any bootleggers hawking his "one-of-a-kind" Astroworld merchandise. The court order will serve towards the next four dates on his tour: those in Denver, Oakland, Phoenix, and L.A.
Thanks to the court order, Travis will have the muscle of law enforcement on is side. Police officers in all four cities will be tasked with guarding the perimeter of each venue to ensure no unwanted kiosks are being set up. Preventative action of this kind isn't completely unprecedented. Not too long ago, Jay-Z and Beyonce were granted a similar injunction for a show on the OTR II tour.
News that Travis Scott is tightening up the perimeter at his concert comes on the heels of another major announcement. Just this week, rapper Trippie Redd called it quits as one of Travis' opening acts after finding it difficult to work around Astroworld's elaborate stage setup. That leaves Gunna and Sheck Wes with one less person to worry about in the opening frame.