This App Turns Your Spotify Data Into A Dream Festival Lineup
— Updated on 30 November 2022

This App Turns Your Spotify Data Into A Dream Festival Lineup

— Updated on 30 November 2022

If there’s one thing everyone can appreciate, it’s your music taste and yours in particular (/s). Year after year, everyone with the distinct pleasure of following your social media eagerly awaits the day you bless them with the latest Spotify Wrapped breakdown, which effectively lets the world know Drake was your most listened-to artist. Wow. Bravo. You absolute hero.

And as you patiently await this year’s edition of Spotify Wrapped, you can now present all your favourite music in a post that resembles real-life festival announcements through Instafest – a third-party app that collects data from Spotify accounts and showcases the most listened-to artists in the form of the typical three-day lineup format.

Whether it’s Coachella, Reading, or Glastonbury, you know the exact sort of thing they’re going for here. In the case of Instafest, tickets won’t cost more than your rent and you don’t even have to sit through the artists that you’re indifferent about. It is quite literally too good to be true.

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The app was created by Anshay Saboo from the University of Southern California. Other apps like Festify and Icebergify essentially do the exact same thing as Instafest: ask for your Spotify account details in exchange for a meme-worthy pic.

From there, you can customise to your heart’s content. It can organise either your last four weeks of listening, the last six months, or your most listened-to artists of all time. Instafest then offers you a selection of themes for your dream festival, ranging from nighttime colours to a more summer-inspired tone.

Plastering your Spotify username on the masterpiece is optional. But it is a reflection of your personality. And others need to know that yours is the best one.

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