Travis Scott Will Perform At MLB All-Star Week Party
Travis Scott will perform at a VIP party before the MLB All-Star Game, sources tell Page Six, being tossed on Monday by the Major League Baseball Players Association with Michael Rubin and Fanatics.
Baseball sources let us know that players have been humming that Scott will play the Players Association and Rubin’s “Players Party” in midtown Los Angeles on Monday — alongside recently uncovered main event J Balvin.
The slam at a confidential space will go down after Monday night’s T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Dodger Stadium.
Visitors expected incorporate Aaron Judge, MLBPA chief Tony Clark and a large group of other MLB All-Stars and top current and previous players including Giancarlo Stanton, Ian Happ, CC Sabathia, Mookie Betts and that’s just the beginning, we hear.
Scott has recently been an installation at previous Philadelphia 76ers accomplice Rubin’s Super Bowl slams — which have likewise routinely drawn visitors and entertainers including Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Balvin, Quavo, Meek Mill and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.