RAPPER Travis Scott is performing four virtual concerts over the next two days on the hugely popular video game Fortnite.
The 27-year-old Texan played his first gig on the shooter early on Friday morning and has another scheduled for this afternoon.
Fans will be able to tune in to three further “tour dates” on Saturday.
Dubbed “Astronomical”, the shows are set up so that everyone around the world has an opportunity to jump in and watch.
“From April 23-25, blast off into a one of a kind musical journey featuring Travis Scott and the world premiere of a brand new track,” Epic Games, which owns Fortnite, wrote in a blog post.
“Astronomical is an other-worldly experience inspired by Cactus Jack’s creations, built from the ground up in Fortnite.”
When are Travis Scott’s Fortnite concerts?
More than 12million gamers tuned in to Travis’s first Fortnite gig at midnight on Friday, but he’s got anoher four coming up.
The gig dates and times include:
- Friday, April 24 – 3pm (GMT+1)
- Saturday, April 25 – 5am (GMT+1)
- Saturday, April 25 – 4pm (GMT+1)
- Saturday, April 25 – 11pm (GMT+1)
How to watch Travis Scott’s Fortnite concerts
If you don’t have Fortnite, you’ll need to download the game via the Apple App Store or Google Play, or via this link.
Load up the game and head to the stage, which is north of Sweaty Sands, at one of the times listed above.
The “doors” open 30 minutes before each show, giving you loads of time to hope into the game and nab a decent spot.
Epic Games says there’s a capacity (likely in the millions) for each show, so get in early if you can.
Other Travis Scott Fortnite goodies
Epic Games has added a bunch of new cosmetics and other goodies to coincide with the concerts.
They’ve also swapped out the game’s loading screens with new Travis Scott-themed art.
And several new Travis Scott emotes have been released.
One is a headbagning emote, while another sees the star wielding a flaming microphone stand.
To grab them, or the new Travis Scott skin and other cosmetis, head tot he in-game store.
If you attend any of the concerts, you’ll get a free glider and two loading screens.
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