Travis Scott’s Houston Music Festival in Houston was tragically overrun by ten people on Friday.

John Hilgert, 14 

John Hilgert, 14

John Hilgert, 14 

Officials at Memorial High School identified John Hilgert of Hunters Creek Village as the one who died in Saturday’s concert. He was a first-year student.

Hilgert, along with Robby Henderson (his longtime friend), attended Friday’s concert.

Tracy Faulkner bought Henrix’s birthday ticket and she ‘ultimately regrets’ the purchase.

Faulkner said to Houston Chronicle, “Everything that happened on that night was a tragedy.” “They were in the exact same spot at the same moment and they both came home, one of them we’ll never see again.”

According to her, Hilgret was a friend of Hendrix for many years. They played together football.

“John was an excellent student, athlete, and polite. He was sweetest and smartest of young men, she said.

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 

Brianna Rodriguez, 16

Brianna Rodriguez, 16

Brianna Rodriguez was a dancer and junior in high school. Her family confirmed her death on Saturday.

She was described as an “unique, vibrant and beautiful 16-year-old” in a GoFundMe page set up by her family.

She said that dancing was her passion. Now she is dancing to the heavens. 

Jacob Jurinek 20

Franco Patino, Jacob Jurinek’s best friend, was also present at the concert. Both were killed by tramples. Both were raised in Naperville, Illinois.  

Ana Lissa Marie (a friend) was devastated by Jurinek’s death. She was a student of art and media at Southern Illinois University and had been traveling to Houston to celebrate Jurinek’s birthday with Patino.

She tweeted, “I have lost all respect for Travis Scott.”

“What occurred was completely disgusting. RIP to those who lost their lives. Jacob Jurinek: You will be missed, kid. Thank you so much for the many laughs.

“My condolences go out to all of the families who have lost loved ones.”

Jacob Jurinek, 20

Franco Patino, 21

Franco Patino, a University of Dayton student (right), was also among the victims. He was there with Jacob Jurinek (20 year old), when they were both trampled and killed. 

Franco Patino, 21 received confirmation from the University of Dayton that Franco Patino (Naperville, Illinois) attended the Houston concert on Friday.

A major in mechanical engineering technology, the student was active in extracurricular activities on campus. She most recently worked as a part of a Mason co-op program.

Eric F Spina University extended his condolences and thoughts to Patino’s family and friends.

Alpha Psi Lambda (Patino’s fraternity) also sent condolences out to his family and friends.

The organization posted the following on Facebook: “It is it with a very heavy Heart, Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc Shares that our Brother, Franco ‘Cuauhocelotl’ Patino has passed on,”

“We offer our condolences for his loss to his friends and family. Alpha Nu Chapter is also in our thoughts. His memory will be cherished forever.

This college senior joined last year’s University of Dayton Chapter of the fraternity. 

Patino (left) and Jurinek grew up in the same Illinois town and were best friends

Jurinek and Patino were born in the exact same Illinois community and became best friends.

Axel Acosta (21).  

Edgar Acosta and Tony Buzbee, a Texas lawyer, held Monday’s press conference to announce that he is suing to recover the loss of Axel Acosta. Acosta had traveled from Washington for the festival to see his son.

Axel Acosta, 21

Axel Acosta (21).

He said, “They must make these types of events change.”

“Today it’s me. I lost my son. Acosta stated that it could have been him.

“When your kid is allowed to have fun. But, somebody is denying them that right. It’s not something I know how to explain. You have the right security.

“Because it’s not the first time he has participated in large events.

“You can have fun at Disneyland. It’s possible to go to a ballgame and still have fun. Because of their security measures and because they employ the best people who can assist those in need.

It’s difficult to explain.

Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23 

Peña, from Laredo, Texas, died of cardiac arrest after being injured at the show.

His major was in criminal justice and medical assistance. He hoped to be a model one day and become a US Border Patrol agent.  

‘What happened this past weekend is a direct result of what happens when the pursuit of financial gain and fame take precedence over protecting the lives of the innocent,’ said Almaraz Law Firm, representing the Peñas, in a statement.

It is an ode to live events’ current condition and greed in the industry.

“Nobody should be afraid to enjoy something that they love,” and this unfortunately is what happened.

‘We vow to work diligently and responsibly to bring justice to the Peña family and to all afflicted, and we will not rest until these voices have been heard loud and clear.

“We will make sure that this disaster is not repeated. There must be a change. Something will shift. 

Rodolfo 'Rudy' Peña, 23

Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23

Madison Dubiski, 23

Madison Dubiski, Cypress, Texas was the eighth victim identified Monday.

Former Ole Miss student, Ty, was pulled from the clutches and pulled her away. She then disappeared into the crowd.

Between 2016 and 2017, Dubiski was a student at the University of Mississippi and worked as an advertising and marketing professional. At Cy-Fair High School she was both a Varsity cheerleader as well as a member of National Charity League. This is a group that provides community service for moms and daughters at middle and high schools.

Friends claimed that Michelle, her mother was her best friend. Ty was also close to her after she graduated from Cy-Fair.

Madison Dubiski, 23

Madison Dubiski, 23

Danish Baig. 27  

Basil Mirza Baig announced Saturday on Facebook that Danish Baig had died at Astroworld.

Baig stated that his brother died in the horrendous incident, which was poorly managed and was supervised by so many horrible people.

“People were trampled, walked and tromped upon.” My brother attempted to rescue my sister-in law from the horrible acts being committed to her. He then lost his life.

Baig described Danish to be a wonderful soul, who puts everyone first.

“Last night, he saved my sister in law from the horrible things being done. He added that he was in complete trauma and lost of words from the event.

“I was there, but I couldn’t save my brother. The people were pushing, pushing, and shoveling and didn’t care about anyone’s safety.

Baig accused him of inciting chaos and calling people onto the stage to join the crowd, as well as ‘not stopping it’.

Baig stated that he was not going to let this be the end. “My family will do everything we can to ensure that he is brought to justice.

Danish Baig, 27

Danish Baig. 27

Bharti Shahani, 22

Bharti Shahani, a senior at Texas A&M, died from injuries sustained at Astroworld

Bharti Shahani, a senior at Texas A&M, died from injuries sustained at Astroworld

Shahani, a Texas A&M senior, was critically injured at Astroworld and was on a ventilator at Houston Methodist Hospital, where she was taken after the concert.

After being declared brain dead, she was immediately taken off the ventilator. The crowd surge left her as the ninth victim. 

Her family stated that it was the first festival Shahani attended.  

James Lassitier her attorney said, “Bharti was shining stars in the community.”

‘She was a sister, a daughter, a high-achieving college student about to graduate from Texas A&M University with high, high grades.’ 

Ezra Blount, 9

Blount was the tenth (and youngest) person to succumb to injuries received at Astroworld Festival.

The injuries he sustained from being trampled on the stage were severe.

Treston Blount had sat on the shoulders for the entire concert, and the boy was seated at his dad’s feet.

Treston died from lack oxygen. Once regained conscious, Treston was not able to locate his son.

By the time the father-son pair were reuntied, Blount had suffered  swelling in his brain as well as ‘trauma in nearly all organs.’ 

Ezra Blount (right) and his father, Treston Blount (left), are pictured at Astroworld

Astroworld presents Ezra Blount and Treston Blount, his father.