Travis Scott is set to headline series of festivals in South America this year, which will mark his first major concert performance since his Astroworld crowd crush tragedy left 10 people dead.
Scott, 30, is expected to be performing in front of crowds larger than 100,000 at the Primavera Festival which will visit Brazil, Chile and Argentina.
The boyfriend of Kylie Jenner is headlining in November, and will play three shows, with New Zealand singer Lorde scheduled on the lineup before him.
It was also announced on Wednesday that the rapper – who turns 31 this Saturday – is scheduled to perform May 7 at 8pm at the 20K-square-foot nightclub E11EVEN Miami.
The nightclub will be his first official concert since the deadly Astroworld crowd crush at his show in Houston on November 5 that left 10 people dead.
Tickets cost $150 for women and $250 for men at the 21+ Florida venue, and TMZ reports that VIP tables might cost well over $100K.