Where did Travis Scott perform in Rome?

It seems that another Travis Scott concert has ended in a disaster.

Travis Scott performed at Ancient Circus Maximus, in Rome on Monday, August 7 and it allegedly left 60 people needing medical help.

An unidentified person allegedly sprayed the crowd with pepper spray during the concert, confirmed Rome’s civil protection department to CNN.

Additional reports say that a 14-year-old boy was injured in a fall. It was presumed he was climbing the wall so he could watch the concert.

Are concerts becoming too dangerous to attend?

Online source Arnold & Itkin say, “It’s about managing and separating the crowd, so it does not become too dense,” in reference to “crowd surging.”

Organizers and performers share responsibility for protecting fans.

“Manage crowds at entrances and exits,” and use crowd spotters to spot surges ahead of time,” and most importantly, “have double the security for the number of attendees.”

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Travis Scott brings Kanye West onstage in Rome.

Controversial rapper Kanye West, also known as Ye, joined him on stage for a surprise performance.

“There is no Utopia without Kanye West,” he told the crowd.

But then added, “There is no Travis Scott without Kanye West. There is no Rome without Kanye West.”

You can see Ye’s performance with Travis Scott in Rome here.

Travis Scott ‘Utopia’ Tour: Was that an earthquake in Rome?

Evidently, reports say that 60,000-odd spectators jumped so vigorously nearby locals made panicked calls to the authorities about an earthquake.

Meanwhile, locals took to social media saying, “Anyone feel an earthquake?”

Consequently, Alfonsina Russo, Director of the Colosseum Archaeological Park, has now called for the end of concerts at Circus Maximus.

Russo said, “The Circus Maximus is a monument. It is not a stadium, not a concert hall. These mega rock concerts put it at risk.”

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In fact, a previous quote from Travis Scott seemed to portend his future events.

What has Travis said?

“I’m La Flame at all times. That, at times, can be bad, at times can be good.” Scott expressed a desire to ensure that things like the Astroworld tragedy didn’t happen again.

“I just want to always just be there for them and just always be able to know that I’m gonna fix this for the future people and fix this problem and find a solution and make sure this doesn’t happen in the future.”

So, what will it take to make Travis Scott’s performances safer for concert goers?

“Fans come to have a good experience,” he said of Astroworld. It is his duty to keep that promise to his fans.

Published by HOLR Magazine