Travis Scott announced as the first headliner for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2023

Early bird tickets are available now…

It’s confirmed. Travis Scott will make his way to Jeddah, marking the rapper’s first-ever performance in Saudi Arabia. The Houston rapper is slated to headline the after-race concert at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2023 this March.

Scott is the first artist to be announced for this year’s after-race concerts. However, the exact date of his performance and other headliners have yet to be revealed.


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The rapper – whose first studio album, “Rodeo,” was released in 2015 – has become one of the leading artists for the younger generation in less than a decade. Since his first hit album, he has released two more, with prestigious features from Drake, Justin Bieber, Kendrick Lamar, Rosalia, The Weeknd and Kanye West.

Nominated for eight Grammy Awards in 2020, Scott won the Billboard Music Award, the Latin Grammy Award, and other prestigious awards that same year. In addition, his songs have accumulated over 80 billion listens on streaming platforms, with his album “Astroworld” – released four years ago – amassing over seven billion streams alone.

Fans at this year’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix can expect some of his world-famous hits such as ‘Sicko Mode’, ‘Antidote’ and ‘Yosemite’.

To catch the concert, you’ll need to be a ticket holder for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, which will be held from Friday March 17 to Sunday March 19 at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. Tickets for the race are on sale now, starting from SAR85 for the general admission and from SAR128 for the Grandstand. Plus, they’re offering some fantastic early bird prices if you book your tickets now.

The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix has already attracted some big-name music stars during its first two years. Justin Bieber, Jason Derulo and David Guetta all performed over the inaugural race weekend. Last year saw Wiz Khalifa, Black Eyed Peas and Chris Brown, as well as DJs Axwell and R3hab perform, so we can’t wait to see who else joins the line-up for 2023.

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2023, Mar 17 to 19, Jeddah Corniche Circuit. Book your tickets here