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Get Ready to Rage: Travis Scott's 2024 Utopia Tour Setlist Predictions

Travis Scott is taking his "Utopia — Circus Maximus Tour" across the pond. The European version of his tour will have an insane setlist and could feature some big guests.


May 27 2024, Published 10:52 p.m. ET

Utopia is headed across the pond as Travis Scott gears up for the international leg of the 2024 tour. The rapper kicked off his much-anticipated tour at Chicago’s United Center before making stops in Atlanta, Houston, Philadelphia, and more.

Travis's album Utopia has been a massive success, spending four weeks atop the Billboard 200 chart. The accompanying Utopia — Circus Maximus Tour was just as huge. According to Digital Music News, the American leg of the tour sold out in minutes.

Now, the “Sicko Mode” rapper is gearing up for a string of international shows. Travis has plans to stop in various cities in Europe, and fans were eager to see if the MC would adjust the show for his fans across the pond.

Here’s what we know about the setlist for Travis 2024 tour dates for the Circus Maximus show.

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Travis Scott performs during 2021 Astroworld Festival at NRG Park on November 05, 2021.

Travis Scott’s "Circus Maximus Tour" setlist will be filled with new hits and classic tracks.

Travis Scott's reputation for spectacular live shows is well-established, and the Circus Maximus Tour is expected to raise the bar even higher. The rapper is known for his elaborate stage designs and immersive concert experiences, and the European leg of his tour will be just as exciting.

Previous stops featured state-of-the-art production, including massive LED screens, intricate pyrotechnics, and elaborate set pieces inspired by the album's film.

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The setlist for the tour will be a mix of tracks from Utopia and Travis’s catalog of hits. Fans can look forward to live performances of new favorites like "HYAENA" and "MODERN JAM" as well as classics like "Sicko Mode" and "Goosebumps."

Travis has also teased potential surprise guest appearances from some of his high-profile collaborators featured on Utopia. Drake, Kid Cudi, The Weeknd, and Beyoncé were all featured on the album and could pop up during the tour.

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Travis Scott celebrates after throwing the opening pitch prior to a game between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros

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For the U.S. stint of the Circus Maximus Tour, Travis brought out some music heavyweights. Teezo Touchdown appeared at every show, performing an opening set at each location except Salt Lake City. Offset joined Travis in both Dallas and Atlanta.

Rob49 made an appearance in Phoenix, while Playboi Carti joined the stage in Los Angeles. Quavo was a guest on the first night in Miami, and 21 Savage popped out in Atlanta. Additionally, Lil Uzi Vert made a special appearance in Philadelphia.

How can fans get their hands on Utopia tour tickets?

Travis’s Utopia – Circus Maximus Tour will hit arenas across Europe starting June 28. If you're looking to cop tickets to the show, here are some essential tips and resources to help you purchase passes.

Tickets for the European shows were made available starting May 10. Given the overwhelming demand and the hype surrounding the first leg of the tour, tickets may sell out quickly.

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Travis Scott performs onstage during the third annual Astroworld Festival.

On June 28, the tour will stop at GelreDome in Arnhem, Netherlands, followed by a performance at TAURON Arena in Kraków, Poland. On July 4, Travis will take the stage at Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland, and then move to Allianz Riviera in Nice, France. The tour will continue with stops across the continent, ending in Germany on July 27.

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