New Fortnite Festival Jam Tracks to include Avicii, Bruno Mars, Bad Bunny, and Sean Paul

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Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 3 is in full swing now and has found its footing after a rough start due to Car Meta not being a hit with players. But, with Fortnite Festival Season 4 bringing the iconic Metallica to the game, as well as the addition of Fortnite Reload, it has brought a lot of fun back to the game as we look toward Season 4. Speaking of Festival, it is a new week which means new Jam Tracks are set to hit the Item Shop later this week.

New Fortnite Festival songs are released in the game on the Thursday night Item Shop rotation at 8 pm ET/1 am BST. All of the tracks will be available to play on day one for free and then over the next week they will be cycled in and out of the rotation before joining the regular rotation. Each Jam Track will be available to purchase from the Fortnite Item Shop for 500 V-Bucks each.

Fortnite Festival Jam Tracks July 9 2024
Image via Epic Games

Here are the new Fortnite Festival Jam Tracks that will be coming to the game this week:

  • Avicii – Hey Brother
  • Bad Bunny – Titi Me Pregunto
  • Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk
  • Sean Paul – Gimme The Light

Like the previous week, which included the likes of Kendrick Lamar, this week’s Jam Tracks feature some of the largest songs in their respective genres, with Hey Brother, Titi Me Pregnuto, and Uptown Funk all exceeding 1 billion streams on Spotify. It is interesting to see Gimme The Light be the chosen song for Sean Paul, it is from his most well-known album, but he has many more popular songs, including Get Busy from the same album.

Fortnite Festival Season 4 is still in full swing, with Metallica taking center stage, but new leaks have revealed the next two artists that will be coming to the game and it looks like there is still a lot of new content coming to Festival over the remainder of 2024. Outside of Fortnite Festival, Epic Games is gearing up for its Pirate of the Caribbean collaboration that is set to begin on July 19th and take the game through the rest of Chapter 5 Season 3. It also looks like we could be seeing the first new Marvel collaboration in some time to help promote the upcoming Wolverine & Deadpool movie that is set to be released on July 25th.

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David is a gaming news writer here at VideoGamer His favorite franchises include Resident Evil and Final Fantasy. Despite being a gaming boomer, he still enjoys cranking 90s in Fortnite.

Fortnite

  • Release Date: September 26, 2017
    • - 01 January 2018 (iOS, iOS)
    • - 25 July 2017 (Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4)
    • - 12 June 2018 (Nintendo Switch)
  • Platform(s): Android, iOS, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X
  • Genre(s): Action, Massively Multiplayer, Shooter
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