Scott tweeted on Tuesday night: “UTOPIA, JULY 28th, SEE YOU IN UTOPIA.”
SEE YOU IN UTOPIA
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) July 25, 2023
The Administrative Court began examining a lawsuit filed by a lawyer to cancel Scott’s concert. It requested a statement from the Permanent Supreme Committee for Organizing Festivals and Carnivals to ascertain whether the company organizing the party had applied for a permit to hold the concert or not.
The court indicated that the committee is the only one entrusted with approving the issuance of permits for holding festivals and carnivals in accordance with Prime Ministerial Resolution #1238 of 2018.
The Syndicate of Musical Professions, headed by Mostafa Kamel, had issued a notice to the concert’s organizers asking them to obtain security clearances.
Kamel said that the union issued its decision to stop Scott’s concert pending security approval, indicating that he would not back down from his position.
He explained that the union has issued its decision and the matter is now up to security forces.
“I did what I have to do and stopped the union’s permit, but the issue is now with the security authorities, and they are the decision-makers by the end,” he explained.