Travis Scott & The Legal Eagles Settle Coachella Valley Festival Lawsuit

A number of days in the past, it was reported that Travis Scott was going through a lawsuit over canceling a headlining Coachella set. The swimsuit was filed after Empire Music Venture accused Scott of bailing on his obligation to carry out on the 2019 Rhyme, Wine & Brews Experience on Empire Polo Grounds, which occurs to be situated within the Coachella Valley. According to the preliminary swimsuit, Scott and the supervisor of his firm The Odd Group initially made a take care of Empire Music Ventures and obtained an preliminary deposit of $217,500. Unfortunately, the pageant appeared to stay and die by Scott's inclusion, and crumbled completely upon his cancellation. 

Scott's staff emphasised that they've by no means had any dealings with "The Empire Polo Grounds" to start with, later claiming that the swimsuit was baseless all-around. Still, it might seem that the 2 factions have come to an settlement. The Blast reviews that Scott and his camp have returned the unique deposit, with the case to be dismissed shortly after. Apparently, the one that booked Scott was not even his official booker, with the entire state of affairs being chalked as much as a case of "gun-jumping." 

As it occurs, each events shall be strolling away from the misunderstanding unscathed. Let there be a lesson right here, to each would-be promoter. Cutting corners is rarely sensible, and can typically depart you excessive and dry within the course of.