Travis Scott Sued Over Canceled Performance: Report


The event’s promoter claims Scott never paid back his $150,000 advance

Travis Scott is being sued for canceling a performance and allegedly not paying back the advance for the event, TMZ reports. Entertainment events company PJAM claims they paid Scott $150,000 of the $200,000 fee in advance of his February 3 performance at Myth Live in Minnesota. His agent was also allegedly paid a $10,000 booking fee. In the documents obtained by TMZ, PJAM says it paid for the event’s advertising and arranged for a private jet to get Scott to the gig. In addition to suing for their expenses, the entertainment company also claims it suffered “repetitional harm” from Scott’s cancellation. On the day of the event, PJAM claims that Scott “refused” to appear for his performance due to “weather and logistics.” Pitchfork has reached out to Scott’s representatives for comment.

On February 4, one day after the scheduled performance, Scott and Kylie Jenner announced the arrival of their daughter Stormi. The baby was born on February 1.