This website gives you a personalised festival lineup using your Spotify history
15 April 2019, 17:54
Coachella is DEAD to us.
If you've spent months thinking about booking a summer festival purely based on the lineup then halt your plans because this new app is curating the perfect summer event just for you. You know, just minus the acts actually performing for you. And the muddy fields and smelly portable toilets.
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A new website called Festify will pull together your dream festival lineup all based on your Spotify listening habits. So if you're not sure what festival would fit your music preferences it could be a good way to make your decision.
All you have to do is input your data and Festify will create your own festival based on what you've listened to most over the past month, six months or all time.
Sometimes the results are just too good to be true.
this turns your most listened to music on spotify into a festival lineups and i might give my left nut for this to happen pic.twitter.com/Pr3ZZpWE0w— childish sambino (@samiwert) April 13, 2019
So there's an app that shows your ultimate festival line up based on @Spotify listens. Unholy Space being my top artists of all time? I'd attend that, and even my past 6 months listening, ForestFest 2019 looks awesome.— Charlotte Hannah (@chc_creative) April 12, 2019
Lets see your lineups: https://t.co/hXRL7g9EMn pic.twitter.com/fajkEZv7fM
lol spotify made a festival lineup for me based on what i’ve listened to the very very most and believe me i would pay twenty thousand dollars to go to this pic.twitter.com/10GR1lWzoJ— brittany o'brien (@britobrien_) April 13, 2019
this would be my festival line-up based on what i listen to most of the time on spotify and not gonna lie it really is my dream line-up uGH MY FAVES KSKKSSKS pic.twitter.com/cVR1ozVBzJ— ًaiko (@foolsqueer) April 12, 2019
I did my Spotify festival line up and one of the acts was Amanda Seyfried so I’m afraid I won’t be sharing it— Jack Williamson (@prisonskills) April 14, 2019
So this festival Spotify made out of the music I listen to is sooooo accurate... like can it actually be a thing plzzzzz pic.twitter.com/m5QCz1Hnl8— Mikyyy (@Miky_spam) April 13, 2019
these festivals would slap— nova (@WHAMCULT) April 15, 2019
(you can tell by the all-time one that ive had spotify since i was like ten sksksks) pic.twitter.com/iBjweFMMpS
Did that thing that makes a festival lineup based on your Spotify.— Shane Clifford (@brilliantshane) April 14, 2019
Tell your dads pic.twitter.com/zSIqEmZHXM
And other times they're just surprising. We didn't listen to Bhad Bhabie that much this year… did we?
I did this "generate your own festival" thing that takes from your past six months of Spotify and the great thing about having profoundly eclectic music tastes is that I believe this festival would appeal to no-one at all pic.twitter.com/o0xlmCaZsc— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) April 14, 2019
My spotify curated festival playlist really mirrors all the traditional festival lineup rn lmao can confirm I’m basic now pass me the juul pic.twitter.com/R3fjvBfGVJ— jam (@gvrlmvsic) April 11, 2019
does my all time Spotify festival lineup make me a basic bitch pic.twitter.com/AuonrJhP4F— Ciara. (@Ciara_Murphy24) April 14, 2019
My Spotify festival line up is cursed as shit pic.twitter.com/cdrEbRl9Dp— shadow (@ShadownightFox) April 15, 2019
My Spotify festival line up is fairly predictable and just a little bit tragic lmao Trixie Mattel and the heathers soundtrack when will Glastonbury ever pic.twitter.com/6ooR6UTQW7— precious salami (@izzierobinson96) April 15, 2019