How to Fix the “No Songs Available” Error in Fortnite
The Fortnite Festival mode allows you to play Jam Tracks and a lot of players are unable to listen to their favorite songs in the mode due to the No Songs Available error. If you are tired of not hearing any music at the Fortnite Festival, we are here to help you out! Here are all of the possible solutions that you can try to fix the issue and continue your party as usual.
All possible fixes for the “No Songs Available” error in Fortnite
Give it a Moment: Sometimes, the "No Songs Available" error is just a temporary glitch. Give it a minute or two to see if the setlist loads itself.
Fresh Start: If waiting doesn't work, close Fortnite completely and make sure you have any pending updates downloaded. Starting fresh can clear up minor issues causing the error.
Restart the Party: Sometimes, a simple restart is all it takes. Close and reopen Fortnite, then head back to the Festival mode. This can resolve server-related issues that might be blocking the music.
Fix Your Files: Missing or corrupted files can also cause the error. Verify the integrity of your game files to ensure everything is in order:
Open the Epic Games Launcher.
Go to your Library.
Find Fortnite, click the three dots, and select "Verify."
Locate Fortnite in your game library.
Find the option to verify file integrity (usually in the game options or settings).
By following these steps, you should be back to enjoying the music and festivities at the Fortnite Festival.
Play Your Jam Tracks
Whether you’re playing solo or in a party, select “Festival Main Stage” and get ready for your show! The Main Stage supports parties of up to four players.
After selecting this experience, you and your party will enter the Backstage, where you’ll decide who plays lead (Guitar or Keytar), Drums, vocals on the Mic, and Bass. This is also where you’ll decide your setlist. To set up your list, go to the organ in the middle of the room.
The Jam Stage supports parties of up to four players. You can create mixes with your party or an ensemble of three other players you see onstage.
Once you’re on the Jam Stage, play the lead loop, Drum loop, Vox (Vocals) loop, or Bass loop of any Jam Track in your Locker. Your band can play loops of up to four different Jam Tracks simultaneously, resulting in new mashups that just might surprise you. Adjust the tempo, key, and major/minor setting to fine tune your mix.