Fortnite Festival – Headliner, Release Date and Tracklist

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The new Chapter of Fortnite brings some new game modes, and fans are excited about the Fortnite Festival. Let’s see what is, the release date, the tracklist and who is the headliner for the Fortnite Festival.

Fortnite is the world-famous battle royale FPS. It’s massively popular and Epic Games even managed to bring some celebrities to it. We had the likes of Ariana Grande and Travis Scott earlier, and recently we had Eminem closing Chapter 4 of the game. Fortnite is really working on becoming a platform with various game modes since Chapter 5 has three brand-new game modes. One of them is the music-themed Fortnite Festival, and the questions are: who is the headliner, what is the tracklist, and when is the release date? 

Fortnite Festival –  Who Is the Headliner?

There are a lot of confirmed artists for the Fortnite Festival, but the headliner is none other than The Weeknd. That’s right, the author of famous songs like Blinding Lights, Take My Breath and Creepin’ will be the headliner for Fortnite Festival.

What is Fortnite Festival and When Is the Release Date?

Fortnite Festival is a new game mode for Fortnite, that releases on Saturday, December 9, 2023. It is developed by Harmonix, the studio behind Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Players who participated in Eminem’s Big Bang event already had a sneak peek of how the game mode will function. Quite similar to Guitar Hero and the like, you have to press buttons in time with the notes as they come down on your screen. It seems there will even be different skins for the instruments in the game. But what about the tracklist, which songs will be available?

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Fortnite Festival Tracklist

There will be 34 songs available, called Jam Tracks, by 26 artists, in the opening stages of Fortnite Festival. The songs in question are:

  • The All-American Rejects: Dirty Little Secret
  • Bell Biv Devoe: Poison
  • Billie Eilish: Bad Guy
  • The Cranberries: Zombies
  • DNCE: Cake By The Ocean
  • Fall Out Boy: My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)
  • Florence + The Machine: Dog Days Are Over
  • Greta Van Fleet: Highway Tune
  • Imagine Dragons: Thunder
  • Kendrick Lamar: I
  • The Killers: Mr. Brightside
  • KT Tunstall: Suddenly I see
  • Lady Gaga: Bad Romance
  • LMFAO ft. Lauren Bennet & Goonrock: Party Rock Anthem
  • Machine Gun Kelly ft. Willow: Emo Girl
  • NF: The Search
  • Nine Inch Nails: The Hand That Feeds
  • Olivia Rodrigo: Vampire
  • OneRepublic: Counting Stars
  • PSY: Gangnam Style
  • Queens of the Stone Age: Go With The Flow
  • Sub Urban: Cradles
  • The Weeknd: Blinding Lights
  • The Weeknd: The Hills
  • The Weeknd: Save Your Tears
  • The Weeknd: Take My Breath
  • Weezer: Buddy Holly
  • The White Stripes: Seven Nation Army
  • Witchgang: Nothing’s Alright
  • Epic Games: Brace For Chaos
  • Epic Games: Butter Barn Hoedown
  • Epic Games: Run It
  • Epic Games: Switch Up
  • Epic Games: Take Me Higher

There are some clues indicating that Evanescence’s “Bring Me To Life” is the next song coming to Fortnite Festival, as the tracklist is supposed to be rotating.

For more on Fortnite, check out How to Turn On Aim Assist, What Is the Banana Code to Get Nanner Ringer Emote, and Is There VR Fortnite.

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