Following Travis Scott’s festival, Houston’s mayor declared Nov. 18 “Astroworld Day”

The rapper’s festival and album were inspired by Six Flag’s Astroworld, which closed in 2005.

November 18, 2018
Following Travis Scott’s festival, Houston’s mayor declared Nov. 18 “Astroworld Day” Travis Scott performs onstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York City.   Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images

Travis Scott has had an incredible weekend. After performing at the inaugural Astroworld Festival, alongside Lil Wayne, Post Malone and others, Scott was honored by the city of Houston.

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ABC13 reports, Mayor Sylvester Turner proclaimed Nov. 18 as "Astroworld Day."

According to the publication, "in front of dozens of students from various schools and organizations, Scott accepted a proclamation recognizing him as an ambassador for the arts, education and youth initiatives.

The rapper’s festival and album were inspired by Six Flag’s Astroworld, which closed in 2005. Scott's Astroworld festival didn't just feature performances, the fans also played games at the event.

Following Travis Scott’s festival, Houston’s mayor declared Nov. 18 “Astroworld Day”