Anderson .Paak is stepping into the world of Fortnite for a virtual concert. Following Travis Scott’s record-breaking performance in April, Paak has been booked to perform in the popular video game’s Spotlight concert series.

Fortnite Presents Spotlight concert series featuring yours truly and the @freenationals this weekend!!” he wrote on Instagram. “September 19th at 2pm PT see y’all there! @fortnite.”

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Fortnite Presents Spotlight concert series featuring yours truly and the @freenationals this weekend!! 😤 September 19th at 2pm PT see y'all there! @fortnite

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Paak will physically be performing at Epic Games’ Party Royale Spotlight soundstage in Los Angeles. Fortnite players can watch his live set in the game’s Party Royale space at 5 p.m. Eastern on Saturday (September 19).

Encores of Paak’s performance will be replayed at 11 p.m. Eastern on Saturday and 1 p.m. on Sunday (September 20). Use the following directions to view the concert in Fortnite:

  • From the Lobby screen, press the “Change” box located in the bottom-right corner.
  • Modes will appear on-screen. Select the “Party Royale” mode tile then press “Accept.”
  • After pressing “Accept,” you’ll return to the Lobby screen. Just press “Play” to start!
  • Head to the Main Stage and wait for the event to start. Use the map button while in Party Royale to see where you are and the location of the Main Stage.

Fortnite is available for free. on Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Revisit Travis Scott’s Fortnite event below.

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