Fortnite x Coachella collab: All you need to know

Epic Games and the Coachella music festival have teamed together for another Fortnite collaboration. This guide will teach you all you need to know about the crossover, including how to obtain the Fortnite x Coachella cosmetics.

To deliver fantastic cosmetics to fans, the creators have put a lot of effort into the most desired box office movies, the world’s most prominent music artists, and the aficionado gaming series. They’ve now announced a collaboration with the world-famous Coachella music festival to deliver players special cosmetics.

Keep reading till the end to know how to get your hands on the Fortnite x Coachella crossover.

Fortnite x Coachella collab

As the two-weekend music festival begins on April 15, Fortnite players will be able to listen to over 30 musicians featured at Coachella until May 16 by tuning into Icon Radio while in a vehicle.

Both weekends will also see two Coachella-themed cosmetic drops in the Item Shop, with the first set arriving on April 14 at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET /1 AM BST, during the daily shop reset. Similarly, an extra two outfits will be published in the item shop on April 21 at about the same time as the second weekend of the music festival.

Fortnite x Coachella cosmetics

To complete Wilder’s attire, players can purchase the Neon Biter Pickaxe, Finfin Back Bling which is already included when acquiring the Wilder skin, and Finfin Flair Wrap, all of which are available individually or as part of the Rocking at Coachella Bundle. The Lyric skins, like the Wilder outfit, have the same fantastic reactive Cosmic Equalizer alt Style. Moreover, they are included in the Rocking at Coachella Bundle or can be purchased separately.

According to Epic, players will be able to “get C-sharp” with the cactus Swaguaro Back Bling and purchase the awesome electric Festival Shredder Pickaxe, which is also reactive. All of these items, including the costume, are also available in the Rocking at Coachella Bundle.

Players may get their hands on Alto’s attire for the second batch of skins to be published, and it will undoubtedly remind them of a relaxing summer mood. The reactive Sonic Vibes Back Bling and the tropical Softest Electropalm Pickaxe may be purchased with their noticeable colorful hues.

Along with Alto’s set, the Poet costume, which contains the Cosmonautic Helmet Back Bling (included with the skin), the Cactical Crusher Pickaxe, and the Mainstage Wrap, will be available during the second weekend. In the Dancing at Coachella Bundle, players may purchase both Alto’s and Poet’s clothes. The package also features the Enter the Coachellaverse Loading Screen.


Epic is quite popular for doing collaborations with different organizations frequently and the Fortnite x Coachella collab is not an exception. What’s your view on that collab? Let us know in the comment section below.