Remember music festivals? Me neither. The festivities filled with jam-packed crowds, booming music and summer ’fits à la Vanessa Hudgens seem almost like a relic from a bygone era. While we’re still here waiting for it to come back from the dead, one site is making our dream fest lineup into a reality—at least, as a Spotify-based poster.
Created by software engineers Rick Rieta and Tony Bui, Festify is a website that takes your top Spotify artists (a.k.a. the ones you listen to almost obsessively) and creates a poster for the music festival of your wildest dreams.
After linking it with your Spotify account, the site lets you choose among different time frames, ranging from the past month to all time. It will then redirect you to a ready-made poster with your top artist’s name in big, fat “I’m a headliner” font.
A Taylor Swift-headlined fest with Jonas Brothers, Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish and BTS? Uh, yeah, sign me up in that dream world.
Check out Festify on its site. If you’ve had it with that, there are tons of other Spotify-based bots that can get downright psychoanalytic—including a Pokécard generator and a machine that judges your bad taste in music.
Photo from Unsplash by Hanny Naibaho, screenshot from Festify