Sixteen people, ranging from age 14 to 27, died Friday in Travis Scott’s Houston, Texas music festival.

John Hilgert, 14 

John Hilgert, 14

John Hilgert, 14 

John Hilgert from Hunters Creek Village was one of the concert victims. Officials at Memorial High School recognized him as a freshman student.

Hilgert was accompanied by Robby Hendrix on Friday, 15.

Tracy Faulkner (Henrix’s mother) bought the ticket for her son on his birthday. She ‘ultimately regretted’ making that decision.

Faulkner stated to the Houston Chronicle that “everything about that evening was tragic.” “They were in the exact same spot at the same moment and they both came home, one of them we’ll never see again.”

She stated that Hilgret had been friends with Hendrix since childhood and they played football together.

John was polite, a great student, an athlete, and a very good friend. She shared that he was the smartest, sweetest, and most intelligent young man she knew.

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.

Her family set up a GoFundMe account for her, describing her as a “beautiful and vibrant 16-year old.”

“Dancing was her passion, and she now dances her way to Heaven’s pearly gates.” 

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 was the friend of Jurinek. The student at Southern Illinois University was studying media and art. They had been to Houston together to celebrate Jurinek’s birth.

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“What took place was truly disgusting. RIP to those who lost their lives. Jacob Jurinek, your memory will always be cherished. Thank you so much for the many laughs.

“My condolences go out to the entire family that has lost a loved one.”

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 was informed by the University of Dayton that Franco Patino, a student from Naperville in Illinois, had attended Friday’s concert in Houston.

Mechanical engineering technology was a major and participated in many campus extracurricular activities. Most recently, she worked in Mason’s 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.

Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc shared the sad news that Franco “Cuauhocelotl”, Patino, was passing away to Omega Chapter.

“We send our deepest condolences and sympathies to his loved ones, including friends, family members, Alpha Nu Chapter, and anyone else who is affected by this tragedy. We pray that his memory is eternal.

Last year, the college senior was accepted into the University of Dayton fraternity chapter. 

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 held a press conference Monday with Texas attorney Tony Buzbee in which he announced that he would be suing for Axel Acosta’s death. Acosta was originally from Washington and had come to the festival as a guest.

Axel Acosta, 21

Axel Acosta 21

He stated, “They have to change these events.”

It was me. I lost my son. Acosta suggested that it might have been you.

“When you want your child to have fun and because no one else provides the right…” The right security. You have the right security.

“Because he isn’t the first person to be in such large events.

You can visit Disneyland without having to worry about anything. It’s possible to go to a ballgame and still have fun. They have security and the right people to assist the injured.

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 longed to be a model, and he hoped to one day become an agent for the US Border Patrol.  

‘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’s a testimony to the state of live events today and the greed running rampant within this 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 hold those responsible accountable, and we will fight for something good out of this terrible disaster. It is time for something to 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

Ty pulled the former Ole Miss student from his arms and she disappeared with the rest of the crowd.

From 2016 to 2017, Dubiski attended the University of Mississippi, where she worked in marketing and advertising. 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.

According to friends, Michelle, her mother was her best friend. Ty was also close to her. Ty graduated from Cy-Fair High School in 2019.

Madison Dubiski, 23

Madison Dubiski, 23

Danish Baig. 27  

Basil Mirza Baig posted on Facebook Saturday to announce that Danish Baig, his brother, had also passed away at Astroworld.

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

The report said that people were trampled, walked on and stomped. My brother saved my sister in law from all the terrible acts that were happening to her. In the end, he died.

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

“Last Night he did a brave act of saving my sister-in law from these horrendous acts.” He added that he was in complete trauma and lost of words from the event.

‘I was there but couldn’t save my brothers. 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 cautioned that this isn’t the end. Baig stated, “My family and me will go to every extent possible to bring him to justice.”

Danish Baig, 27

Danish Baig. 27