Catch the Kaskade Concert in Party Royale for the Next Llama-Rama!
Get ready to party:
Part of the next Llama-Rama event — a special crossover between Fortnite and Rocket League — we’re bringing a new concert to Party Royale! In collaboration with our music partner Monstercat, catch acclaimed DJ and producer Kaskade perform his brand new Reset EP and more at Party Royale’s Main Stage. The concert takes place on March 26, 2021, at 8 PM ET and March 27 at 9 AM ET and 2 PM ET.
As we help give Rocket League’s musical Season 2 a grand send-off, few artists are as fitting for the concert than this Season 2 superstar. Also: stick around after the show for an exclusive first look at Rocket League’s Season 3 Official Trailer!
Before experiencing Kaskade’s Reset EP in Party Royale, you can prepare for the party by checking out all four high-octane songs on Spotify. See more info about the show below!
How to Catch Kaskade
As a reminder, the three showtimes for the Kaskade concert are:
- Friday, March 26, at 8 PM ET
- Saturday, March 27, at 9 AM ET
- Saturday, March 27, at 2 PM ET
New to Party Royale? If so, you can visit our guide for getting to both Party Royale and its Main Stage. This guide also goes over how to invite some friends!
The Main Stage's location at Party Royale.
There are other ways to watch the concert, too. With Picture-in-Picture, you can watch the concert while playing in standard Battle Royale. Just open up the menu and select “Show Party Royale Stream” during one of the showtimes.
Additionally, you can watch the concert through the group video chat app Houseparty:
- Open the app before any of the showtimes. A countdown will appear 30 minutes before the show starts, with the ability to set yourself a notification reminder for showtime.
- Join your friends like you normally would or invite them to join you.
- Tap the TV icon that appears on top of the screen and click “WATCH.” You can’t rewind, pause, or start over.
- Continue the conversation with your friends.
Kaskade Concert Content Creation
Content Creators in the Support-A-Creator (SAC) program will be able to host VOD content from the concert on YouTube and monetize it. Monetization of VOD content will be active for seven days, and no takedown notifications should occur afterwards. More info:
In order to monetize their concert content, SAC members need to link their YouTube and Support-A-Creator accounts.
IMPORTANT: When uploading your concert content to YouTube, be sure to upload it as Unlisted or Public. If you upload the video as Private, it is possible you could receive a monetization claim on your video.
For uploading content on other platforms, refer to your channel’s platform policies for tips on how to avoid copyright strikes.
Not in SAC? Don’t worry, you can still share your highlights from the concert. However, you will not be able to monetize this content on YouTube.
Please note: For Twitch Creators streaming the concert, we cannot prevent your VOD/clip content from getting flagged by the platform's copyright detection systems. The general recommendation is to either mute your VODs or turn off VODs/clips entirely to protect yourselves against any kind of claims or strikes as best as possible. For more context, check Twitch’s blog post about music-related copyright claims.
Save the Date
Whether you plan to attend one showing or all, you can schedule the concert on your calendar at fortnite.com/partyroyale. Interested in the other Llama-Rama festivities as well? Visit our Llama-Rama blog post or watch the trailer below!