Where to Use "Keep It Mello" for the 'Fortnite' Showtime Day 2 Challenge

Where to use the new emote at a trucker's oasis, ice cream parlor, and frozen lake.

The second day of Fortnite: Battle Royale’s Showtime Challenges is here, gearing up for a Saturday in-game concert put on by Marshmello himself. This time you’ll have to visit the showtime venue, along with an ice cream parlor, a trucker’s oasis, and a frozen lake. Here’s everything you need to know to get the job done.

The latest challenges were activated in Fortnite Friday morning, and the first of them requires players to visit the concert venue teased by the Showtime posters featured during Day 1. That specific location is in south-central Pleasant Park on the football field located there. There, players will see a stage being assembled by various trucks. The reward for visiting the location is the “Keep It Mello” emote, a very chill dance move that’s essential for the next Showtime challenge

For that, players have to use Keep It Mello at a trucker’s oasis, ice cream parlor, and a frozen lake — so it’s nearly identical to the standard Week 9 challenge to dance on top of a sundial, an oversized cup of coffee, and a giant metal dog head. The reward for that is the Marshy Smasher Pickaxe.

Fortnite Showtime Challenge Day 2
Be sure to visit the concert venue first before attempting the three stages of the final Showtime challenge.

The trucker’s oasis is actually the Truck’N’Oasis located in the area southwest of Paradise Palms city (where players might’ve found their Showtime Poster). The ice cream parlor is directly west of the race track. And the frozen lake is the most obvious of the three, as it’s the frozen lake most players probably used to slide an ice puck 150m or more several weeks ago.

Over in the Item Store, players can also buy the Marshmello outfit, Mello Rider glider, and the Marsh Walk emote. Friday’s daily items also relate to music in some fashion, be it the DJ Bop outfit or the Drop the Bass emote.

These challenges are all super-easy and serve mostly just to artificially generate hype for the in-game Marshmello concert happening Saturday, February 2 at 2 p.m. Eastern.

Will it be fun? Will it actually have an impact on the end of Season 7? We’ll know soon enough.

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