What to Expect at Peloton’s All for One Music Festival

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This Friday (8/19), Peloton begins their biggest “All for One” Music Festival yet with 33 artists and more than 160 classes across 10+ disciplines and three languages. All festival performers will become Artist Series inductees. Past Artist Series alumni include Beyoncé, Future, Lizzo, and Muna.

This Friday (8/19), Peloton begins their biggest three-day "All for One" Music Festival yet with 33 artists, and more than 160 classes across 10+ disciplines and 3 languages,
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Celebrating This Year Differently

This Friday (8/19), Peloton begins their biggest "All for One" Music Festival yet with 33 artists and more than 160 classes across 10+ disciplines and 3 languages.
Peloton Press

This year’s All for One Music Festival is a bigger than ever three-day celebration that unites the power of music, movement, and community. From August 19-21, AFO will feature 33 of the hottest artists across Rock, Pop, Country, Dance, Latin, Hip Hop, and more.

The excitement around this year’s festival centers around the official opening of Peloton Studios New York (PSNY) and Peloton Studios London (PSL). Whether participating in-studio or at home, members will have many opportunities to enjoy their favorite artists while staying fit using the new Stacked Classes feature.

“All for One has always been a way for us to connect the Peloton community since music is an essential part of keeping the experience fresh and motivating for our Members,” said Gwen Riley, Peloton’s SVP Music & Content Partnerships.

The Artist Lineup

Over the three-day period, Peloton will have 33 artists– its biggest roaster to date. The recent releases and successes from Becky G, Tove Lo, Latto (and more) makes the event undeniable to join!

Becky G has had a stellar year full of chart-topping collaborations like “MAMII” with Karol G and “La Loto” with TINI and Anitta. However, this summer is incomplete without mentioning her sultry sophomore album “ESQUEMAS.”

Latto’s was already a star before the Fantasy-insured “Big Energy” (2021), but it shot her into hip-hop stardom. Its viral success– raking in over 156M streams on Spotify– caused good publicity for her new album, “777.” But the hype does notstop there; Mariah Carey hopped on its remix early 2022 with fresh new vocals from her original 1995 hit single.

Lastly, there is nothing like a well-thought-out music era than Tove Lo’s Dune-esque dance record for her fifth album, “Dirt Femme.” This album will follow 2019’s “Sunshine Kitty” and house collaborations from First Aid Kit, SG Lewis, and Channel Tres. The first single, “No One Dies From Love,” is the perfect example of dance-pop perfection next to Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Run Away With Me.” And, like many big artists, she premiered a song for season two of HBO’s “Euphoria” soundtrack titled “How Long.” Make sure to check for our review of “Dirt Femme” this October!

Are you excited for Peloton’s All for One Music Festival? Let us know in the comments!

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