Travis Scott Electrified Happy Valley
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Bryce Jordan Center was electric Tuesday night as Travis Scott came to town on his Astroworld Tour. Scott put on quite the performance, bringing an actual roller coaster inside of the BJC.
Dani Levy, a freshman at Penn State, said the whole night was like nothing she had ever seen before.
“I had such a good time," Levy said. "It was more of an experience than just a regular concert which was really cool."
Levy was also surprised by the production elements, and how Scott was able to use his imagination to create a visual experience alongside his music.
“My favorite part was how he had a real roller coaster on the stage and he rode on it," Levy said. "Some other people got to ride on it too which was really cool.”
Tickets went on sale back on Dec. 20 and sold out fast. Freshman Daniel Tracht was able to get the closest tickets, standing the whole time just feet from the main attraction.
“The concert was pretty crazy I’m not gonna lie," Tracht said. "I was in [general admission] so I was on the floor in the mosh pit.”
Travis Scott continues his tour on Thursday, Feb. 28 in Buffalo, New York.
Kiley Hill is a freshman majoring in broadcast journalism. To contact her, email firstname.lastname@example.org.