Per a report citing “sources close to Travis,” TMZ claimed on Wednesday that La Flame pulled in more than $1 million in merch sales at the London shows. This figure, the report further claims, marks the setting of a new record for the region and bests the haul amassed by previous record-holders BTS.
Prices for the pieces were listed at the usual rates (i.e. hoodies in the $100 range, etc.), with Wednesday’s report further claiming that Travis Scott is now the “only” performer to have sold “at least $1 million” worth of merch in the U.K. BTS, meanwhile, is reported to have pulled in a little less than that amount with their 2018/2019 Love Yourself World Tour shows in the area.
The first O2 date, notably, marked Scott’s first major solo concert since the fatal 2021 Astroworld crowd-crush incident. Among the songs given stage time was the tentatively titled “God’s Country,” the title of which previously surfaced as an expected Ye track from the Donda era.
On Tuesday, Scott hit Instagram to let fans know he would now be working “to finish” what’s expected to be Utopia, his long-teased new album and the follow-up to his massively successful Astroworld. As announced last week, Scott will soon be launching his Road to Utopia experience in Las Vegas. Per a press release shared at the time, the nightclub residency is set to begin at Resorts World Las Vegas’ Zouk Nightclub on Sept. 17.