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Travis Scott and Khalid visit St. Louis for a rowdy, smoky and energetic Birds Eye View tour show

Travis Scott has made his epic return to Saint Louis, Missouri on Wednesday 17th 2017. The opening act, Khalid, was a solid choice for the Birds Eye View tour, bringing soul and dance to the show. The Texas based singer and songwriter started to create a buzz with his single “Location”, which has been topping charts across all music platforms in 2016. Travis Scott brought heavy bass filled trap with an auto tuned vocals and an incredibly energy filled performance. He is now on his own solo tour called Astroworld which is proving to be even better! If you liked performance then you will love this tour, find tickets at Ticket Club.

Every since Travis Scott opened for Chance the Rapper on the Verge Campus Tour in 2014, I became an instant fan. He was a rising star at the time with only two mixtapes under his belt. Today, his debut album, “Rodeo” has gone platinum and his sophomore album “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” is about to go double platinum.

The Bird Eye View stage was jam-packed with props to give an impression of being inside a giant birdcage. The stage was complete with trees and a massive automaton eagle named Jack, with piercing red eyes. The stage featured state-of-the-art lighting and heavy smoke, giving the illusion of what appeared to be a demonic birdcage.

The Birds Eye View tour has been getting a notorious reputation for how out of control the concerts have been getting. Recently, Travis Scott was arrested for inciting a riot in Arkansas by encouraging fans to rush the stage and bypass security. At an NYC show, he encouraged fans to jump off a balcony and a kid ended up breaking his legs. Upon arriving at the venue, I was warned to enter the photo pit at my own discretion due to potential rowdiness from the crowd. Luckily, no arrests were made and no one was injured, but Travis Scott still delivered. The energy of a Travis Scott show is like no other and I highly recommend anyone to attend one of his up coming shows.

Check out the rest of the Birds Eye View Tour at www.travisscott.com.

Khalid

Khalid

Khalid

Khalid

Khalid

Ismael Valenzuela
Ismael is a St. Louis based concert photographer and urban explorer. If he's not in the photo pit, he's usually exploring urban decay and abandoned buildings in North St. Louis. Check out his work on instagram.com/izzyspazzin.

Travis Scott and Khalid visit St. Louis for a rowdy, smoky and energetic Birds Eye View tour show

Travis Scott has made his epic return to Saint Louis, Missouri on Wednesday 17th 2017. The opening act, Khalid, was a solid choice for the Birds Eye View tour, bringing soul and dance to the show. The Texas based singer and songwriter started to create a buzz with his single “Location”, which has been topping charts across all music platforms in 2016. Travis Scott brought heavy bass filled trap with an auto tuned vocals and an incredibly energy filled performance. He is now on his own solo tour called Astroworld which is proving to be even better! If you liked performance then you will love this tour, find tickets at Ticket Club.

Every since Travis Scott opened for Chance the Rapper on the Verge Campus Tour in 2014, I became an instant fan. He was a rising star at the time with only two mixtapes under his belt. Today, his debut album, “Rodeo” has gone platinum and his sophomore album “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” is about to go double platinum.

The Bird Eye View stage was jam-packed with props to give an impression of being inside a giant birdcage. The stage was complete with trees and a massive automaton eagle named Jack, with piercing red eyes. The stage featured state-of-the-art lighting and heavy smoke, giving the illusion of what appeared to be a demonic birdcage.

The Birds Eye View tour has been getting a notorious reputation for how out of control the concerts have been getting. Recently, Travis Scott was arrested for inciting a riot in Arkansas by encouraging fans to rush the stage and bypass security. At an NYC show, he encouraged fans to jump off a balcony and a kid ended up breaking his legs. Upon arriving at the venue, I was warned to enter the photo pit at my own discretion due to potential rowdiness from the crowd. Luckily, no arrests were made and no one was injured, but Travis Scott still delivered. The energy of a Travis Scott show is like no other and I highly recommend anyone to attend one of his up coming shows.

Check out the rest of the Birds Eye View Tour at www.travisscott.com.

Khalid

Khalid

Khalid

Khalid

Khalid

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