Fortnite Festival: Today’s Daily Jam Tracks (February 26th, 2024)

Fortnite Daily Jam Tracks
Fortnite Daily Jam Tracks

Fortnite Festival is Fortnite’s newest attempt to branch away from Battle Royale, with players instead taking part in Guitar Hero-like jam sessions either alone or with friends. Players can buy new tracks to practice from the Item Shop, earn them in a Festival Pass, or instead just try them out in Daily Jam Tracks.

Daily Jam Tracks are basically songs that you can play for a day but do not own, meaning that you won’t be able to play them when they rotate out of the Daily Jam Tracks playlist.

Here’s every song that’s in the Daily Jam Tracks rotation for Fortnite Festival on February 26th, 2024:

ArtistSong Name
Lady GagaApplause
Lady GagaJust Dance
Lady GagaBad Romance
Lady GagaStupid Love
Lady GagaRain On Me
Olivia Rodrigogood 4 u
Olivia RodrigoGet Him Back
Green DayBasket Case
Glass Animals Heat Waves
Green DayWelcome to Paradise
NF The Search
DNCECake By the Ocean
The All-American RejectsDirty Little Secret

Remember: once these Daily Jam Tracks rotate out you won’t be able to play them in Fortnite Festival unless you own them, or they come back into the Daily Jam Tracks rotation. You will, however, still have any high score on the track so that you can beat it if you do end up buying the track.

 

Jam Track Cost

Tracks cost 500 V-Bucks (£5/$5) when bought individually, which is very expensive compared to what they used to go for in older rhythm games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band. However, you can also use these music tracks as emotes in Battle Royale and other Fortnite modes. You can also use them in the Festival Jam Stage mode to mix up songs. Every song released so far has a vocals, drums, lead guitar, and drum section.

 

When Do New Jam Tracks Release?

New tracks start coming into the rotation every Thursday, with them then being heavily featured in the rotation for the following week until new jam tracks release.

It doesn’t seem like any of the Daily Jam Tracks will ever become unavailable or permanently rotate out of the free playlist, but you’re always better off buying any songs that you want from the Fortnite Item Shop so that you can play them permanently and whenever you like.

Fortnite is free-to-play on PC via the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android.

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