Spotify Instafest: How to see which artists would headline your dream music festival

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Everyone's 2022 Spotify Wrapped is days away from being unveiled, but in the meantime, Spotify users can find out more about their top artists by seeing what their dream Coachella-like weekend would be with Instafest.

With Instafest, Spotify users will see their most-played artists in the form of a three-day music festival lineup.

Spotify does create playlists for users based on their most listened to songs or artists, but like the Spotify Pie Chart, Instafest isn't made by Spotify and comes from a third-party website made by University of Southern California student Anshay Saboo.

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How to see your Spotify Instafest

You can see your Spotify Instafest on the third-party app by clicking on the website, on your phone or desktop.

On the website, you will be asked to sign into your Spotify account and allow the app to have access to your listening history. Once allowed, your Instafest will be created and shown.

Your Instafest will display 36 of your top artists, with your favorites headlining each of the imaginary three-day festival. Once made, you can choose the time period from which your top artists are chosen from – the past four weeks, six months or all-time.

The dates of your concert will be the date you made it and the following two days, and the name of the festival will be your username with "fest" added, or just "Instafest." You can change the background art of your Instafest, from "Malibu Sunrise," "LA Twilight" or "Mojave Dusk."

Once you're happy with how your Instafest looks, you can download the image to share on social media.

Social media users shared their unique lineup throughout the weekend, with many wishing it was a real festival:

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Spotify Instafest: What is it? How to see your music festival lineup