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How to watch Travis Scott’s Astronomical Fortnite in-game concert

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There are five different times to make sure that every timezone can watch

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Travis Scott’s Fortnite skin Image: Epic Games/Cactus Jack

Travis Scott’s Fortnite concert is almost here. The concert will happen entirely in-game, so here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Fortnite’s Astronomical Travis Scott concert.

The concert only happens at specific times. Thankfully, there are several different times for you to catch the concert. Regardless of where you live in the world, there should be a timezone to fit your schedule.

Here are all the different times:

  • April 23 — 7 p.m. EDT
  • April 24 — 10 a.m. EDT
  • April 25 — 12 a.m. EDT
  • April 25 — 11 a.m. EDT
  • April 25 — 6 p.m. EDT

You can log into the event 30 minutes before the concert’s start time. Because there’s sure to be high demand, you’ll definitely want to log in during that 30 minutes, rather than trying to get on right when your concert’s supposed to begin. Once you’re logged in you’ll likely be able to enter a separate, specific queue then just hang out near the stage in Sweaty Springs until the concert starts. During the event, players likely won’t be able to shoot or build, which should make sure no one blocks you while you’re trying to watch.

There’s no word yet on how long the concert will be. Marshmello’s concert, which was held in Fortnite early last year, was about 10 minutes long, but Travis Scott could put on a longer show.


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