With all of the discussions of rap music and its declining sales, another example points to Texas native recording artist Travis Scott and his reportedly poor ticket sales.
Some people took to social media to address the lower prices being offered in some states.
Travis Scott tickets cost less than a Chipotle bowl pic.twitter.com/l6JnJt66KY
The irony of the tickets being sold at such a discount is that people and/or companies purchased many tickets for the sole purpose of reselling at a higher price point. Now, they are taking a loss due to the lack of demand, and are selling the tickets very cheaply to try to soften the loss.
Travis Scott tour tickets are only $8 because a reseller who bought thousands of tickets could not sell them all pic.twitter.com/wqdHMG5KvO
Travis Scott’s downfall has to be documented…
Tickets are less than $25 right now.
Who lost money pic.twitter.com/bt2vz7iQ4f
In August, the families of Axel Acosta and Brianna Rodriguez settled their lawsuits, and Rolling Stone reported the family of John Hilgert, who was 14 years old at the time of death, settled its lawsuit against Live Nation, Travis Scott, and other Astroworld organizers eight months ago.
The true hypebeast experience Travis Scott has envisioned pic.twitter.com/eitNJZTIXz
Other lawsuits are still pending and Scott, Live Nation, and connected companies are still facing civil suits from thousands of attendees. There are hundreds of millions of dollars in potential damages at stake.
Travis Scott’s tickets are $9 omgggg lol Not even verified resales. His tour starts today In Charlotte.
Group of ticket scalpers are losing hundreds of thousands of dollars on Travis Scott’s tour
Finally these people take a well deserved L. pic.twitter.com/mhEfzGqf1C
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Source: Black Enterprise