Fans can now create their dream festival based on their Spotify listening habits

Who's in your dream lineup?

With festival season rapidly approaching, a new website tool has been released that allows fans to create their dream lineup using Spotify.

“Are you ready to turn your favourite Spotify artists into a music festival line-up?” asks new website Festify once you log on. Then pulling data from your Spotify account, it creates a simulated music festival lineup based on who you listen to most frequently.

Not officially affiliated with Spotify, once logged in to the streaming service, the website asks for you to select a time frame for it to pull its data from – this could be the past month, past six months, or as long as you’ve had a Spotify account.

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Take a look at who would appear on your dream lineup here, and see what other peoples lineups look like below.

“I did a festify thing and I don’t know about you but I would sell my soul for this,” said Twitter user @Fear0fFalling, whose lineup included Arctic Monkeys, Panic! At the Disco, Blur, Fall Out Boy and Queen.

@silly702 wrote: “my festify is allover the place hahahaha,” referring to a festival that included Gentlemens Club, Billie Eilish and the late Mac Miller, Lil Peep and XXXTENTACION.

https://twitter.com/Fear0fFaIIing/status/1116697133246234624

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One fan, whose headliners included R. Kelly, Barry Manilow and Westlife, wrote: “Is it possible to cancel yourself?”

https://twitter.com/SKI_MASK45/status/1116718723996561408

https://twitter.com/troyprevails/status/1116580584757719040

Speaking of festivals, Coachella 2019 is underway but, if you’re not in the desert this year, you don’t have to worry about missing out. NME are collating all the biggest talking points of the weekend as they happen.

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