Fortnite Spotlight concert continues with Anderson .Paak

Enjoy the second show of the series in-game.

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The next act of Fortnite’s Spotlight concert series will feature multiple Grammy winner Anderson .Paak on the Party Royale stage this weekend.

Anderson .Paak is an American rapper who known for releasing his Venice album in 2014. He’s won three Grammy Awards, including the 2019 “Best Rap Performance” for Bubblin, as well as “Best R&B Album” this year for his hit album, Ventura.

The show will be broadcast in-game on Sept. 19 at 4pm CT. Don’t worry if you miss it because the concert will re-run on Sept. 19 at 10pm CT and Sept. 20 at 12pm CT.

You can also mark your calendar for Sept. 26 because Fortnite has already promised another show that day. The Spotlight concert series will continue in October as well. “We hope the Spotlight concert series and Party Royale represent the future of how we can share entertaining experiences with our closest friends,” Epic Games said.

The first artist to perform in the Spotlight concert series was Dominic Fike. The series made its debut last Saturday, Sept. 12, from Fortnite‘s studio in Los Angeles. Epic hasn’t announced the artists who will perform in the next shows of the series.

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To participate, follow these steps below to get into Fortnite’s Party Royale and watch a show at the Main Stage:

  • From the Lobby screen, press the “Change” box located in the bottom-right corner.
  • Modes will appear on-screen. Select the “Party Royale” mode tile then press “Accept.”
  • After pressing “Accept,” you’ll return to the Lobby screen. Just press “Play” to start.
  • Head to the Main Stage and wait for the event to start. Use the map button while in Party Royale to see where you are and the location of the Main Stage.

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Nádia Linhares

Nádia is a Brazilian freelance writer who works for Dot since 2020. She has covered everything from Pokémon to FIFA. Video games are an essential part of her life, especially indie games and RPGs. You can catch her playing Overwatch in her spare time, but she writes better than she aims.