How to take over Instagram with your Spotify music festival lineup

The last few weeks of the year usually mean Spotify Wrapped season is upon us, as evidenced by the release dates of the past few years. Ahead of Spotify Wrapped's official roundup, you've probably seen festival lineup-style pictures on your friends' Instagram stories. These custom graphics were made using Instafest, here's how to get your own so you can join in the fun.

Every now and then a new way comes along to see the details of what you like to listen to on Spotify. Remember June 2022’s Spotify Pies, which broke down your listening habits into colors on a pie chart? Instafest is a similar concept, but instead of a color-coded chart, it displays your results in photos that look exactly like your annual Coachella or Bonnaroo lineup announcements.

If you've ever wondered what a music festival based on your favorite artist would be like, you'll want to use the Instafest app, which you can find by searching for "" in your web browser of choice. You will be prompted to log in with Spotify, Google, or Facebook, depending on the account your Spotify profile is connected to. Once you log in and allow the app to access your Spotify information, it curates photos of your dream festival lineup.

You can learn more about the artists you've listened to the most over the past four weeks, the past six months, or historically. You can then choose a photo style, Malibu Sunrise, Los Angeles Twilight, or Mojave Dusk, to look like a beach scene, nighttime city lights, or a tranquil desert, respectively.

Finally, you can choose to name your holiday. It will automatically populate this field with your Spotify username and add "fest" after it, but you can change it to something more unique if you like. You can also simply check the "Hide my username" box, which will name your lineup "Instafest." This might be a good option if you want to post about your music festival on Instagram but don't want all of your followers to be able to find you on Spotify. (Hey, not everyone needs to know how often you listen to Olivia Rodrigo, you know?)

Once you've stylized your Instafest to your liking, you can press the "Save and Share" button so you can see and download the final lineup to your photos. From there, you can upload it to your Instagram Story so your followers know you have exceptional music taste, send it to your group chat to compare results, or keep it for yourself so you can show off your dream Coachella line-up.