Fortnite No Dancing Signs Map & Locations (Season 10 Boogie Down Challenge)
Here's where Fortnite's "no dancing" signs are located.
Season 10 of Fortnite: Battle Royale is winding down, but there's still some time left to complete any remaining challenges before Season 11 officially arrives. Week 6's batch is called Boogie Down, and as you'd expect, most of the tasks fittingly involve dancing in front of certain objects or in specific locations. However, there are some areas of the island where dancing is strictly forbidden, and you'll need to go there and destroy the "no dancing" signs to complete one of this week's challenges. If you're not sure where those are located, here's what you need to do.
Where Are The No Dancing Sign Locations?
There are at least seven "no dancing" signs scattered across the island, and most are spread far apart, so you'll need to do quite a bit of walking around to find them. Thankfully, you only need to destroy three of the signs in order to complete the challenge, so it shouldn't take too long. You can see all of the locations we've found below.
- Northwest of Junk Junction
- On the mountain between The Block and Pleasant Park
- Northwest of Salty Springs, near the monster skeleton
- Top platform in Pressure Plant
- On the mountain southeast of Paradise Palms
- On a mountain southeast of Frosty Flights
- Southwestern tip of the snow biome
How To Complete The Challenge
As previously mentioned, you only need to destroy three signs to complete this challenge, and they don't need to be within the same match, so you can land at one, destroy it either with your harvesting tool or a weapon you picked up, get eliminated, then hop into another match and land at a different sign until you've broken all three. Once the required number of signs have been smashed, the challenge will be complete.
We still have a few weeks to go before Season 10 of Fortnite ends, which means there's still plenty of time to complete any remaining challenges from earlier in the season. If you need help with those, we've rounded up maps and tips for all of the trickier tasks in our complete Fortnite Season 10 challenges guide.
Week 6's challenges arrive on the heels of Fortnite's 10.20 content update, which added a new throwable item called the Zapper Trap. It also brought the Floating Island from Season 6 back, and you'll need to visit it if you're trying to complete another challenge from this week: dance in front of a bat statue, way-aboveground pool, and a seat for giants.
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