Travis Scott brought the fire to Governors Ball Saturday — but the rain eventually put it out.
The Kylie Jenner-linked trap rapper attracted a young, massive crowd to the festival on Randalls Island, but once the sky opened up, many couldn’t tough it out.
Scott, whose performance relied on pyrotechnics and an eye-popping elevated platform, held down the fort visually, but much of the finicky crowd bolted before his set ended.
The Bronx-born rapper said “let’s talk s–t” before launching into “Infrared,” a song that calls out the Canadian pop star for not writing his own material.
He debuted many other songs off his just-released “Daytona,” produced by frequent collaborator Kanye West, who was at the festival in spirit.
His voice could be heard on “What Would Meek Do?” off the new record, and Pusha T ran through his verses on West hits “Runaway” and “Mercy.”
Push replaced boy band Brockhampton, who backed out of the festival after band member Ameer Vann was accused of mental and sexual abuse.
The festival continues Sunday with much more music and a weekend-closing set from Eminem.