Fortnite is well-known for its music celebrations, thanks to the number of well-known and independent musicians it has brought to its stages. Other music brands are also taking the bait and putting their own musical performances into the Battle Royale's Creative Mode.
Charlie Puth was previously hosted by iHeartRadio, and the company is doing it again tonight with a Fall Out Boy concert.
Fall Out Boy is expected to perform on the stage tonight at 6pm CT. This is billed as an alternate to iHeartRadio's Alter Ego event, which took place in the middle of this year.
Fall Out Boy is one of America's most well-known pop rock bands and has managed to remain so for the past decade and a half. For Fortnite, who has aided in distributing the information about the concert, it is likely that Epic Games is pleased to see its Creative mode expand to the point where other organizations have begun hosting events.
Many have suggested that Creative's future for Epic Games may be a large part of it. Particularly with the release of Creative 2.0 sometime this year. This significant update to the game will enable artists to create even better performances that aren't made by Epic.
Fall Out Boy will be available for a limited time tonight at the iHeartLand level. It's unclear whether this will be a one-time or repeated performance.