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The city of Houston, Texas, has named November 18 “Astroworld Day” in honor of Travis Scott. Named after his album Astroworld, the city’s Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the honor following Scott’s inaugural Astroworld Festival, which brought 40,000 fans to Houston. Scott accepted the proclamation recognizing him as an ambassador for the arts, education, and youth initiatives at Houston’s city hall. In his acceptance speech, Scott said that the inspiration behind the festival and LP was Six Flag’s now-closed Astroworld in Houston.

Travis Scott Astroworld album has been the biggest album this year. The album is still getting a lot of buzz today and it was released in August. His single Sicko Mode is currently still number 2 on the Billboard Charts. The album has already been certified double platinum.

The first Astroworld Festival took place this weekend at Houston’s NRG Park. The day-long event featured performances by Scott, Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Rae Sremmurd, and more.


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