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Fortnite's Dillon Francis Party Island Live Concert (Full Gameplay)

Fortnite is on a hot streak hosting yet another live concert on it's Party Island, this time with Dillon Francis! No guns, no building, just chill vibes and a bunch of your favorite emotes. Here's gameplay of the full live concert.

Fortnite celebrated the launch of its no-combat Party Royale mode with a big Party Royale Premiere event. The huge in-game concert took place on May 8 and featured live, back-to-back-to-back performances by three of the world's most famous DJs. One such DJ was Dillon Francis.

The Dillon Francis set was the smoothest of the three, as both the Steve Aoki and Deadmau5 portions experienced bugs that could disrupt the concert experience for players. If that happened to you, the whole event is running again on May 9.

You can watch a replay of the Dillon Fracis set from the Party Royale Premiere event in the video above. Even if you missed out on the concert, you still have a chance to grab a free Neon Wings back bling for your character if you log into the game before May 11, 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET.

Fortnite is certainly no stranger to holding in-game concerts. It has partnered with Travis Scott for a similar event in the past, as well as Major Lazer. It helps to shift things up during a time when players are sure to be spending hours in the game each day.

Ahead of the Party Royale Premiere event, Epic rolled out a small update for Fortnite that fixed some bugs and made some minor adjustments to the game's Squads playlist. Meanwhile, Season 3 of the game is slated to kick off on June 4.