Forget Spotify Wrapped, here’s how to make your own Spotify festival lineup

Spotify users are creating their own fictional festival lineups. Here’s how to make one of your own.

The colorful flyers boasting the performers at festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza tend to spark conversation every year. It’s no shock that music fans want to create their own fantasy festivals. Unfortunately, it’s going to take more than the Spotify app to do so.

You’ll need Instafest, an app created by Anshay Saboo, a University of Southern California student. The app uses your most-played artists on Spotify to generate a fake flyer.

Now people are over their annual Spotify Wrapped rundown and opting to share their Instafest posters instead.

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“Forget Spotify wrapped, show me your Spotify Instafest,” @GriffithsTM7 wrote on Twitter.

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How to use Instafest:

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Step 1: Go to Instafest.app

Step 2: Sign in using your Spotify, Apple Music or Last.fm account.

Step 3: Choose to share your top artists from the last four weeks, six months or total history.

Step 4: Adjust the style of your flyer by selecting from the options LA Twilight, Malibu Sunrise and Mojave Dusk. The name of your festival will be your Spotify username, although you can opt to hide it.

Step 5: Share your personalized festival flyer.

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