Travis Scott‘s camp has shared new details about the experimental movie tour for his film, AggroDr1ft, which is set to make quite the splash with its official release.

According to Variety, in order to catch the Harmony Korine-created feature — which debuted at the Venice Film Festival last fall — viewers will have to trek to unconventional venues like a strip club. EDGLRD, the multimedia group charged with organizing the event, has announced the AggroDr1ft promotional tour will kick off at the strip club Crazy Girls in Los Angeles on Feb. 7, 2024

“The distribution of Aggro Dr1ft goes beyond the limitations of the outdated moviegoing experience,” EDGLRD head of film strategy and development Eric Kohn said in a statement. “You don’t just watch Aggro Dr1ft — you step into a new world, and these events will allow audiences to immerse themselves in it.”

The movie, which earned a modest 38 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, follows a relentless Miami Beach hitman in pursuit of his next target, uniquely shot entirely through an infrared lens

After its LA strip club debut, EDGLRD’s Aggro Dr1ft will air in select venues nationwide. Featuring creative visuals by EDGLRD, the event will also be accompanied by performances from Korine and composer Araabmuzik, with more acts to be announced at a later date.

The new details regarding Cactus Jack’s movie tour come shortly after he teased the possible concept of his next album

Imagine an album where each song is the city it was made in on the tour,” a fan speculated on Twitter earlier this month.

Scott responded a day later and appeared to confirm he was running with the idea, writing: ‘R u in my brain or what.”

The Houston native has been busy recording while on his Circus Maximus Tour, including in make-shift studios before he performs at venues across North America.

“B4 Every Show,” he wrote on his Instagram Stories next to a photo of his laptop with production software open ahead of one tour stop. “Boston I’m tryna record back here. Chase B got it rocking out there.”

The 32-year-old gave fans a taste of what he’s been cooking up for his UTOPIA follow-up by previewing an unreleased song during a nightclub DJ set last weekend.

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