Travis Scott Announces 'Utopia' Show in Rome, Sets Apple Music Livestream (UPDATE)

La Flame was originally supposed to bring the event to the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt.

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UPDATED 8/7, 1:07 p.m. ET: Travis Scott’s special Utopia-commemorating performance from Rome can be livestreamed for a price.

As announced by La Flame himself, the live performance will be streamed starting at 3:00 p.m. ET. Following the performance, the Circus Maximus film—previously released theatrically—will premiere on Apple Music.

The livestream access ticket is available for $15. You can read purchasing details here. For an livestream FAQ, you can read it here.

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Travis Scott has found a new home to host his live Utopia show after his original idea to have one at the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt went up in smoke. 

On Tuesday, La Flame took to his social media accounts to announce that the Utopia Live show will take place in Rome, Italy on Monday, Aug. 7. In his posts, Travis shared an image of the flyer showing his silhouette standing atop a speaker setup. 

"Travis Scott Live Rome, Italy 41.8861° N, 12.4851° E Circus Maximus August 7, 2023," read the flyer.

In his Instagram caption, Travis wrote, "FIRST STOP UTOPIA LIVE AT CIRCUS MAXIMUS WE OUT!!!!!"


— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) August 1, 2023
Twitter: @trvisXX

He added that tickets go on sale Aug. 3 at 10 a.m. on his site.

It's unclear if this is the same show Travis Scott announced would happen in Pompeii. Scott's Rome announcement comes after he issued a statement on Twitter last week regarding the canceled show at the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. According to the Utopia rapper, the show was canceled due to logistical issues, but it will go down at a later date.

"Egypt at the pyramids will happen," he wrote. "But due to demand and detail logistics, They just need a bit a time to set lay on lands. I will keep u posted on a date which will be soon love you alllll."

The cancelation didn't stop fans of the Houston native from going to the pyramids and having a party in his honor. In a video shared on Twitter last Friday, the same day the show would've taken place, a group of fans were seen partying, dancing, and singing "Bystanders" from Scott's Astroworld album.

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