Travis Scott, presumably sans big-ass lizard, will be employing the magic of private air travel this weekend to pull off two shows in one night. The shows are roughly 1,500 miles apart and are scheduled to go down within the span of a few hours, noted time nerds TMZ reported Friday.

First up on Saturday is a show around 10:30 in Minneapolis. By 1:30 a.m., Mr. Cactus Jack has to be taking the stage at the Marquee Nightclub inside the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. TMZ, predictably citing "sources," said Friday that Twin Cities Live promoter Jefferson Agar had to put up $50,000 for a private jet to make sure Scott could get from L.A. to Minneapolis, then from Minneapolis to Las Vegas.


The hectic schedule will likely continue for the rest of the year, as Scott is said to be readying his long-teased new album AstroWorld and an accompanying tour. In an interview with Zane Lowe about Culture II last month, Migos floated the idea of a possible mega-tour with Quavo's Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho collaborator Trav and Offset's Without Warning collaborator 21 Savage.

As for when we can expect something AstroWorld-related, a Billboard interview with La Flame in January revealed the album was slated for release in the first quarter of this year.

"I worked so hard on Rodeo and Birds," Scott, who previously floated the idea of a tour featuring amusement park-esque rides, said. "It might not have been recognized by the masses, but my fans always went hard. This year I'm on a mission to be heard."