Fortnite Festival is a brand-new rhythm game mode in Chapter 5 Season 1, tasking players with staying on beat to some of their favorite songs. Here’s a breakdown of all the Jam Tracks available in Fortnite Festival.
Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 1 is off to a flying start, giving fans more way to play than ever before. While the classic battle royale and Zero Build modes remain popular, LEGO Fortnite and Rocket Racing are on hand for those who want a change of pace.
Another major mode added in Chapter 5 is Fortnite Festival, a Guitar Hero-style rhythm game that features songs from the world’s biggest artists, including The Weeknd. There are plenty of different songs on offer, with new Jam Tracks arriving all the time.
So, here’s every song available in Fortnite Festival.
What are Jam Tracks in Fortnite Festival?
Jam Tracks are the songs that are used across the two Fortnite Festival modes – Main Stage and Jam Stage. The same pool of tracks is used across both playlists, but the way they work is a little different in each.
On the Main Stage, each song can be added to a setlist as you try and play along to the guitar, bass, drums, or even vocals to recreate the track. Meanwhile, on the Jam Stage, the tracks can be looped and mixed together to create completely new compositions.
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How to get Jam Tracks in Fortnite
Most Jam Tracks can be purchased from the Fortnite store for 500 V-Bucks each. The store refreshes every day, updating the list of songs that are available, with brand-new ones being added regularly.
There are also some songs that can be unlocked on the Premium Festival Pass, which is the the mini Battle Pass exclusive to Fortnite Festival that includes tracks such as Poison by Bell Biv Devoe and My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark by Fall Out Boy.
A handful of free Jam Tracks are provided, but these are mostly made up of in-game music rather than licensed songs from well-known artists.
All Jam Tracks in Fortnite Festival: Every song
At the time of writing, there are 38 different Jam Tracks in Fortnite Festival. Check them out below:
- The All-American Rejects: Dirty Little Secret
- Bell Biv Bedoe: Poison
- Billie Eilish: Bad Guy
- The Cranberries: Zombie
- DNCE: Cake by the Ocean
- Epic Games: Brace for Chaos
- Epic Games: Butter Barn Hoedown
- Epic Games: Run It
- Epic Games: Switch up
- Epic Games: Take Me Higher
- Epic Games: Winterfest Wish
- 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
- Imagine Dragons: Believer
- Kendrick Lamar: i
- The Killers: Mr. Brightside
- KT Tunstall: Suddenly I See
- Lady Gaga: Bad Romance
- LMFAO Ft. Lauren Bennett & Goonrock: Party Rock Anthem
- Machine Gun Kelly Ft. Willow: Emo Girl
- NF: The Search
- Nine Inch Nails: The Hand That Feeds
- Olivia Rodrigo: Vampire
- ONE REPUBLIC: Counting Stars
- Pat Benatar: Heartbreaker
- 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
- U2: Beautiful Day
- Weezer: Buddy Holly
- The White Stripes: Seven Nation Army
- Witchgang: Nothing’s Alright
Those were all of the songs currently available in Fortnite Festival. We’ll be sure to update this page with any new Jam Tracks that are added.
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