Fortnite Travis Scott Event: Astro Heads Guide

Epic has rolled out a small batch of challenges that tie into this week's Travis Scott Astronomical concert; here's how to complete the trickiest of the bunch.

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Fortnite and Travis Scott are holding a special concert series in the game over a three day period, and it begins today. As part of this event, there are new challenges that can unlock special cosmetics, including a Travis Scott skin. Among those challenges is one that makes you bounce off of different giant Astro heads. Our guide will help you find the Astro heads and get that skin before the concert starts.

Where Are The Astro Head Locations?

You need to bounce off of five Astro heads to complete this mission, all of which are located around Sweaty Sands, the area where the Astronomical concert will take place. You should have no trouble finding the heads, as they look like giant, inflatable versions of Travis Scott's face, making them hard to miss. We've marked the Astro heads' locations on the map below.

Fortnite Astro head locations
Fortnite Astro head locations

How To Complete The Challenge

As the challenge says, you need to bounce off of the Astro heads, meaning you'll need to hit them from the top. You can do this over the course of several matches by landing on a different head each time you drop from the Battle Bus, or you can build ramps up to the top of the heads and bounce off of them that way.

In any case, you'll need to bounce off all five Astro heads. Once you do that, the challenge will be complete, and you'll unlock a special Astro banner for your troubles.

The Astronomical concert will run at specific times between April 23-25. You can see the full Astronomical concert schedule here. Epic advises players to get to the venue 30 minutes ahead of the scheduled start time to make sure you get a seat. You can catch up on other Fortnite stories and guides below.

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