The latest: Travis Scott, 31, performed publicly for the first time in more than six months early Sunday, as he took the stage at the Miami club E11EVEN during the city's festivities for Miami Grand Prix weekend

Travis Scott performs in Miami in first public concert in six months since Astroworld tragedy

Travis Scott performed publicly for the first time in more than six months early Sunday, as he took the stage at the Miami club E11EVEN during the city’s festivities for Miami Grand Prix weekend.

The Houston native, 31, appeared onstage at around 3 am local time, TMZ reported, initially heading to the DJ booth before telling clubgoers that people ‘better lose their motherf***ing minds’ over his impending return.

The Grammy-nominated artist, whose real name is Jacques Webster, appeared onstage and performed a 45-minute set including the songs Sicko Mode, Antidote, Pick Up the Phone and Goosebumps.

The latest: Travis Scott, 31, performed publicly for the first time in more than six months early Sunday, as he took the stage at the Miami club E11EVEN during the city's festivities for Miami Grand Prix weekend

The latest: Travis Scott, 31, performed publicly for the first time in more than six months early Sunday, as he took the stage at the Miami club E11EVEN during the city’s festivities for Miami Grand Prix weekend

Scott toted a bottle of 1942 Don Julio tequila onto the stage and encouraged concertgoers to take shots, according to TMZ.

According to Page Six, Scott tossed money into the crowd and said, ‘Everybody owes me a shot … we need every stripper to report to the f***ing stage right now. We need every bottle reported to this motherf***in floor.’

Scott, who is father to two children with girlfriend Kylie Jenner, 24, was joined onstage by Migos artist Quavo, 31, and the pair performed the song Dubai S***.

At the event – where the price of tables ranged from $5,000 to $100,000 – concertgoers were ‘singing every word to his songs,’ an eyewitness told Page Six.

The Grammy-nominated artist appeared onstage and performed in a 45-minute set including the songs Sicko Mode, Antidote, Pick Up the Phone and Goosebumps

The Grammy-nominated artist appeared onstage and performed in a 45-minute set including the songs Sicko Mode, Antidote, Pick Up the Phone and Goosebumps

Scott was seen tossing dozens of bills into the audience for the high-energy outing

Scott was seen tossing dozens of bills into the audience for the high-energy outing

Scott had previously performed at private events in Southern California in the wake of the Astroworld tragedy

Scott had previously performed at private events in Southern California in the wake of the Astroworld tragedy

Scott remained at the venue until 6 am, according to the outlet, and had dinner at the steakhouse Prime 112 prior to the performance, according to TMZ.

The venue was packed with celebrities, as those in attendance for Scott’s high-profile comeback outing included Tyga, Teyana Taylor, Karrueche Tran, will.i.am, Logan Paul, Busta Rhymes, Future and Travis Kelce, among others, TMZ reported.

Scott had previously performed at private events in Southern California, amid the Oscars and Coachella, in the wake of the Astroworld tragedy.

Scott performed a 45-minute set including the songs Sicko Mode, Antidote, Pick Up the Phone and Goosebumps

Scott performed a 45-minute set including the songs Sicko Mode, Antidote, Pick Up the Phone and Goosebumps

Scott is slated to take the stage at three South American music festivals this fall

Scott is slated to take the stage at three South American music festivals this fall

NFL superstar Travis Kelce was among the concertgoers on hand for Scott's return to the stage

NFL superstar Travis Kelce was among the concertgoers on hand for Scott’s return to the stage

Last month, Spanish promoter Primavera Sound said that Scott would be taking the stage at three South American music festivals this fall, including Primavera Sound Sao Paolo on November 6, Primavera Sound Buenos Aires on November 12 and Primavera Sound Santiago de Chile on November 13.

A total of 10 people died as a result of injuries suffered amid a crowd surge at the November 5 festival at Houston’s NRG Park, with victims ranging in age from nine to 27-years-old.

Officials said that 25 people were hospitalized in the wake of the disaster, with around 300 people treated for injuries at the scene of the festival. Authorities with the Houston Police Department and FBI continue to probe the incident.

Travis Scott was seen onstage on the tragic evening of November 5, when a crowd surge led to the deaths of 10 fans

Travis Scott was seen onstage on the tragic evening of November 5, when a crowd surge led to the deaths of 10 fans

Visitors were seen weeping at a memorial outside of NRG park November 7

Visitors were seen weeping at a memorial outside of NRG park November 7

Mourners left pictures, flowers, candles and other mementos to honor the victims outside of NRG park on November 7

Mourners left pictures, flowers, candles and other mementos to honor the victims outside of NRG park on November 7

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