Day N Vegas is back for the 3rd round. The three-day festival will return to its third year at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds, moving from November to Labor Day weekend on September 2-4. This year’s bill will be led by SZA, J. Cole and Travis Scott, who will make their first U.S. festival since Astroworld in November.
The Houston rapper was originally scheduled to make headlines at Day N Vegas last year, but was removed from the lineup and replaced by Post Malone following the tragic Astroworld events that resulted in 10 deaths.
The 2022 Day N Vegas bill also includes performances by Playboi Carti, Summer Walker, 21 Savage, H.E.R., Don Toliver, Baby Keem and Jhené Aiko, as well as Pusha T, Jorja Smith, Trippie Redd, City Girls, Blxst and more.
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The Lawsuits Against Travis Scott Are Endless
The rapper is accused of fomenting a stampede during his performance at Rolling Loud in Miami. Travis was added last month to the current lawsuit filed against the organizers of Rolling Loud in 2020 by Marchelle Love, who said he was seriously injured during the incident in May 2019.
Love’s lawyers claim that the police told Travis to stop his performance because the crowd was out of control, but he allegedly ignored the cops and provoked the fans even more.
According to Billboard, Love’s lawyers said, “Despite being ordered by the authorities to halt their ongoing incitement to the crowd, Travis Scott continued to verbally and physically encourage the crowd to participate in a mosh pit and other dangerous activities.”
The lawsuit alleges that multiple stampedes broke out during Travis’ set, causing members of the crowd to choke, lose consciousness, fight and trample.