Travis Scott & Cacti To Give Unlucky Fans Access To Astroworld Festival

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Travis Scott was one of the first artists to announce a show after the world began to open up following the COVID-19 pandemic forcing everyone inside their homes. The 2021 Astroworld Festival will be touching down in Scott’s native Houston, Texas on November 5 and 6. As expected, tickets for the festival sold out in minutes leaving many people without a way to attend the festival. 

But it seems like those unlucky fans are getting another shot to hit up Astroworld in November. Starting Wednesday (June 23), Travis Scott will unleash 100 signed cans of his CACTI agave spiked seltzer that will give fans access to two tickets to the sold out festival. 

But fans have to keep an eye out as the signed cans aren’t the regular white and red design usually found on the beverage. The signed products are a limited-edition strawberry can draped in a custom Astroworld Festival-themed design created by Travis and the Cactus Jack team.

 

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The cans will be stashed inside the nine-count variety packs of CACTI at undisclosed retailers nationwide. People who get their hands on a can, will have to claim their pair of tickets in Houston, Texas in November. There is also a chance for fans to enter to win the tickets digitally.

“Summer is back and all about going bigger,” Scott said in a statement. “We really wanted to do something special with CACTI for the fans who weren’t able to get their hands on Astroworld tickets. The winners are going to get the opportunity to vibe out with us at the festival and get a full-on immersive experience. We can’t wait to share this with them and everything else CACTI has planned for the rest of the year.”

The 2021 Astroworld Festival is looking to be one of the biggest welcome back events of the year. More than 100,000 people snagged tickets and this was all before a full lineup was announced. La Flame plans to reveal the performing guests at a later date closer to the festival.

Proceeds from the Astroworld Festival will be donated to the event’s official charity partner, Cactus Jack Foundation. Scott’s nonprofit organization looks to empower and enrich the lives of youth by providing access to education and creative resources.