Player jamming with a guitar on Restored Reels stage
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How to Jam at Restored Reel’s Stage and Slumberyard’s Dance Floor in Fortnite

It's your time to shine!

Did you know you could jam out outside of the Fortnite Festival? You’ll need to give it a go at these musical locations in Fortnite Battle Royale to complete these weekly quests. Here’s where to find the two locations and how to start a jam.

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Where Is Restored Reel’s Stage and Slumberyard’s Dance Floor in Fortnite?

To complete this quest, you’ll first need to make your way to each specific Jam location: Restored Reel’s stage and Slumberyard’s dance floor. Although Restored Reels is a named location, Slumberyard is a bit harder to find since it’s a landmark location (much like the Windmills in the Avatar quests). You’ll find where you need to go at these spots on your map:

  • Restored Reel’s Stage: On the eastern side of Restored Reels at the bottom of the outdoor theater. Start the jam anywhere on the stage in front of the large white screen.
  • Slumberyard’s Dance Floor: East of Classy Courts in the graffitied warehouse. Start the jam directly below the makeshift stage with the DJ equipment.

How to Jam in Fortnite

Once you’re at those locations, that’s when the real task begins. You’ll need to Jam out at both locations. Even though your initial thought might be to hit your favorite emote, it’s actually an entirely different action.

To start a Jam, press down on the D-Pad on Console or B on PC, and then switch tabs over to the Jam Loops option.

With this menu open, you can change what instrument you want to use for your Jam: guitar, mic, drums, or bass. Then, select the song you want to Jam with. It can be any song or instrument for the challenge, you’ll just need to be at the right spot for the quest to mark as complete.

You don’t have to do it for any certain amount of time. As long you trigger the Jam at that spot, you’ll complete the quest. If you hear enemies approaching, feel free to disengage by pressing any movement like jump or sprint, so you’re not caught in the animation.

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