Victims of the Astroworld tragedy include 2 high school students, an engineering student from Illinois, a man who tried to save his fiancee
Here is what we know about some of the victims.
Hilgert was a freshman at Memorial High School in Houston, Spring Branch Independent School District spokesperson Terry Abbott told CNN.
Memorial High School principal Lisa Weir sent a letter to parents at the school on Saturday, notifying them of the death.
“We are deeply saddened to inform you that a Grade 9 student has passed away… during an incident at the Astroworld festival. Our hearts go out to the student’s family, friends and our staff at Memorial. the MHS family is in mourning today, ”reads Weir’s letter.
Brianna Rodriguez, 16
Rodriguez was a junior at Heights High School in Houston, according to a verified GoFundMe account established by her family.
Franco Patino, 21 years old
Patino, a senior at the University of Dayton, was studying mechanical engineering technology and the biomechanics of human movement, according to a university statement.
He was a member of Alpha Psi Lambda, a fraternity of Hispanic interest, the statement said, and was originally from Naperville, Ill..
“He was loved by so many people because of the loyal, loving, selfless, protective, funny and caring person that he was,” his family said in a statement. “Even though he was a hard worker, he always tried to devote time to his family and the people he cared about. Franco’s great heart and passion for helping others will be missed.”
Danish Baig, 27 years old
Baig, from Eless, Texas, died trying to save his fiancee, who was being trampled and hit by the crowd at the concert, his brother Basil Baig told CNN on Sunday.
His family said he was an amazing person who loved with all his heart.
“People admired him for who he was,” Basil Baig told CNN.
His funeral will be on Sunday in Colleyville, Texas, his brother said.
Basil Baig said his brother’s fiancee survived but had bruises all over her body and was traumatized.
Jacob Jurinek, 20
Illinois student Jacob Jurinek was among eight people who died on Friday, according to a statement from his university.
Jurinek was a journalism student at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, according to the school.
In the statement, SIU Chancellor Austin Lane said Jurinek “was a creative and intelligent young man with a promising career in journalism and advertising.”
Rodolfo Peña, 23 years old
Peña lived in Laredo, Texas, and studied at Laredo College, according to her Facebook page.
Her older brother Guadalupe Peña opened a verified GoFundMe account for funeral expenses.
“I am starting to fund myself for the death of my younger brother (Rodolfo Angel Peña), please donate wholeheartedly, everything is awesome” reads the online fundraiser post .
Peña was 23, according to CNN affiliate KTRK, who spoke to her sister.
Unknown victim, early 20s
The identity of one of the victims who was previously unknown to authorities has been determined, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner told CNN on Sunday.
The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences issued a statement on Sunday asking for help in identifying a man in his twenties with “short wavy black or dark brown hair” and “a slight mustache with a visible goatee.”
The man was just over 6 feet tall, weighed around 500 pounds and wore size 11 Nike sneakers, the statement said.
“This person has been identified and contact has been made with his family,” Turner said.
CNN’s Keith Allen, Rosa Flores, Andy Rose, Caroll Alvarado and Melissa Alonso contributed to this report.