Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival, once a beloved annual event, turned into a tragedy in 2021 when 10 attendees, aged 9 to 27, lost their lives in a massive crowd crush. The official cause of death was declared as “compression asphyxia,” likened to being crushed by a car. Travis Scott faced numerous lawsuits in the aftermath, and while many have been settled, a new legal case against him has emerged.

Ceremony of Roses, a company that provided carnival games and other amusements for the festival, is now suing Travis Scott for “substantial financial harm” resulting from the Astroworld Fest. According to The Blast, they claim that Scott is responsible for the lack of safety measures that led to the tragedy and left them unable to recoup $700,000 in expenses.

The lawsuit also names Live Nation and alleges that the defendants owed Ceremony of Roses a duty to maintain a safe environment for their business activities and festival attendees. It accuses the defendants of negligently and willfully breaching this duty in numerous ways.

Ceremony of Roses is seeking unspecified damages from Travis Scott and Live Nation. The legal battle continues as the two-year anniversary of the tragic event passes.


As Travis Scott focuses on his Circus Maximus Tour, he brought out his daughter, Stormi Webster, to perform “MAFIA” with him during a recent show at SoFi Stadium, providing a touching moment amid the ongoing legal challenges.

What are your thoughts on this latest legal case against Travis Scott related to the Astroworld Festival tragedy? Leave your feedback below.

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