Spotify has tons of tools/settings to personalize your listening experience, and third-party sites like Festify can help you take things to the next level. Since its had years to mature and develop, the Spotify experience today is pretty incredible. It’s filled with personalized playlists, robust podcast tools, unique music sharing features, etc. While competing services like Apple Music and Amazon Music have their own strong suits, Spotify still clearly dominates the music streaming landscape.

In addition to the core app experience, Spotify also succeeds in how it works with third-party services. Want to listen to Spotify on Sonos, Alexa, or Google Assistant speakers? Not a problem! Want to share your listening activity with friends on Discord? Spotify has you covered there, too. And thanks to websites like Stats for Spotify and Obscurify, you can easily link your Spotify account and get robust insights into your profile.

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Adding to that list is a website called ‘Festify.’ Created by Rick Rieta and Tony Bui in 2017, the pitch behind Festify is an interesting one. Per Festify’s About page, it “takes your most listened to Spotify artists and creates a visual line-up so you can share with your friends.” You can use Festify whenever, but especially during big festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza, Festify is a fun way to create your own digital festival while real ones are going on.

How To Use Festify

Festify Spotify

Getting started with Festify is easy enough. Head to Google (or any search engine) from your phone or computer and search for ‘Festify.’ It should show up as the first result, with the correct website being the URL that starts with ‘salty-beach.’ It may look like a random spam URL, but that’s the website you’ll want to visit. Once on the Festify site, click ‘Login with Spotify,’ enter your Spotify login credentials, and tap the green ‘Agree’ button to link your account.

On the next page, Festify asks you to pick a time frame. This is the data from your Spotify listening Festify looks at. You can choose last month, last six months, or all time. After clicking any of the date ranges, Festify shows a festival lineup poster with your name and all of your most-listened-to artists. Your number one played artist appears at the top, with your other picks below in the order of most to least listened to. You can click the ‘X’ icon towards the top to exit the image and look at one for a different date or click ‘Download’ to save the image and share it on social media.

And that’s it! If you exit the Festify website, you can come back at a later date and use the site again to see an updated lineup. Alternatively, you can click the ‘Log Out’ button at the top right of the site to log out and remove your Spotify account.