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june 24, 2021 - Anheuser Busch

The Hunt is on: Travis Scott releases 100 signed cans of Cacti™agave spiked seltzer that unlock entry to sold out astroworld festival

Find the cans adorned with Travis Scott’s signature and a custom Astroworld themed wrap on shelves in select markets across the country* for a limited time now

LOS ANGELES, CA [JUNE 23, 2021] #travisscott and CACTI™ Agave Spiked Seltzer are inviting fans on a hunt to find 100 signed cans of CACTI with an epic prize enclosed: two tickets to the sold out Astroworld Festival headlined by the Diamond Certified artist and CACTI founder himself. Earlier this year, Astroworld Festival sold out of 100,000 tickets in under 30 minutes. These limited edition signed Strawberry cans adorned in a custom Astroworld themed wrap designed by Cactus Jack won’t stay on shelves for long. Go get one now!

Following the successful launch of CACTI™ in March where the brand sold out in under 24 hours online and in stores across the nation with early sales volume outpacing brands like White Claw and Truly Hard Seltzer**, these limited edition cans won't last long. Starting today, fans can find the signed Strawberry cans hidden inside 9 count Variety Packs of CACTI™ on shelves at undisclosed retailers across the nation*. Those lucky enough to find the exclusive cans will be able to claim their prize of two tickets to the sold out Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas on November 5 & 6.

“Summer is back and all about going bigger,” said #travisscott. “We really wanted to do something special with CACTI for the fans who weren’t able to get their hands on Astroworld tickets. The winners are going to get the opportunity to vibe out with us at the festival and get a full-on immersive experience. We can't wait to share this with them and everything else CACTI has planned for the rest of the year.”

Founded by Houston native #travisscott in 2018, Astroworld Festival is the manifestation of a lifelong dream to bring back the beloved spirit and nostalgia of the now defunct Astroworld amusement park. The festival takes place across the street from the former home of Astroworld which opened in downtown Houston in 1968.

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