It’s almost the end of the year, which means it’s almost time for everyone to share their Spotify listening habits. But while we wait for the release of this year’s Spotify Wrapped, a new app has arrived that is making us nervous.
Created by University of Southern California student Ansh Sabu, Instafest is a graphic generator that displays your most played artists on Spotify as though they are the lineup of the world’s most personalized music festival. They also look good enough that if you saw one, you’d think they were advertising real events.
The 2022 Spotify Instafest app is a third-party app that creates a festival lineup poster of your most streamed artists and acts.
Here’s how to create your Spotify Instafest Fake Festival lineup:
Tap on the link above and sign in with your Spotify account.
Login to your account.
Customize your top performers to last four weeks, six months or forever.
Choose your template between Malibu Sunrise, LA Twilight, or Mojave Dusk.
Name your festival.
Save your results and share the lineup of the festival of your dreams.
If the resulting poster isn’t to your liking, there are a few options for further customizing it. InstaFest can choose your top artists from either the last four weeks, the last six months, or all time, which can affect how long your festival lasts.
You can also change the aesthetics by toggling between three different styles. These include the summer beach party of Malibu Sunrise, the late night city vibe of LA Twilight, or the wild desert of Mojave Dusk. Instafest automatically assigns your Spotify username as well as the name of your festival, but you can hide it if you want to share your lineup without other people potentially snooping into your account. Huh.