Has Hulu Removed Travis Scott’s Astroworld: Concert From Hell?

Many people were injured or killed at the TRAVIS Scott Astroworld Festival in November 2021.

After a controversial first release on Hulu, the Astroworld documentary is making a comeback to the big screen.

In the wake of the devastation, Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival continues to make headlines


In the wake of the devastation, Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival continues to make headlines

What happened at Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert?

Astroworld was a music festival named after Travis Scott’s 2018 album and held in Houston, Texas, the rapper’s hometown.

The concert started on Friday 5th November 2021 with a large crowd and was scheduled to continue on 6th November.

During the event, several concert-goers were either killed or injured due to mosh pits, stampedes, and crowds.

A total of 10 people died after the event and hundreds of people were injured.

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Has Hulu released a documentary about Astroworld?

Astroworld: Concert From Hell was released by Hulu on December 1, 2021.

“Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival was to be the concert of his life,” reads the documentary’s synopsis.

Adding: “But it turned into a tragic nightmare. An up-to-the-minute look at what happened in the crowd, the young victims who were killed and what happens next.”

After the streaming feature proliferated, Hulu faced severe backlash on social media.

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As one Twitter user explained, “The leap to capitalizing on trauma as quickly as possible is REALLY disturbing.”

“It’s alarming how quickly these streaming services produce documentaries after traumatic events,” tweeted another user.

How can I view the Astroworld documentation?

Concert Crush: The Travis Scott Festival Tragedy is scheduled for release on Friday April 29, 2022.

The documentary will return amid Live Nation’s concerns that publicity about the tragic event could “stain the jury pool,” according to reports from AP News.

The documentary will be shown in theaters in 11 Texas cities including Austin, Dallas and Houston.

It includes interviews with people who survived the crowds and shows cellphone video footage from that night.

Many users claim Hulu is in bad taste for releasing a documentary special about the Astroworld disaster just a month after the tragic event


Many users claim Hulu is in bad taste for releasing a documentary special about the Astroworld disaster just a month after the tragic eventPhoto credit: Getty

What did Travis Scott say about the Hulu documentary?

On December 2nd, Hulu appeared to be removing Astroworld: Concert From Hell from its platform.

Additionally, Travis Scott has yet to comment on Hulu’s documentary about his festival.

Scott’s attorney Daniel Petrocelli previously spoke to the press about the unfortunate incident on November 23, 2021.

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“Travis is devastated by the tragedy that occurred at the Astroworld Festival and mourns the families whose loved ones have died or been injured,” Petrocelli said on behalf of Scott.

“Travis is committed to doing his part to help the families who have suffered and to begin the long healing process in the Houston community.”

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