Fortnite’s seventh season has had a few dancing challenges, and week 9’s has perhaps the most abstract places to dance. You’ll need to boogie on top of a sundial made of cars, an oversized coffee cup, and a gigantic metal dog’s head. If you don’t know where these are, this guide will show you each one on a map, as well as directions for where to go to complete the challenge.
Fortnite Week 9 dance location guidePlease note that this page is for a challenge that is no longer active in Fortnite. For a full list of currently active challenges, please go to our Fortnite week 4 challenges page.
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Dance location map
Above is a map showing all of the locations, in order, that you need to dance on top of. Click the image above for a larger version of the image, or check out the subsequent paragraphs for more detailed locations of the dancing locations you need to find.
The one constant among all three locations is that they’re not always in the most obvious place. Unlike the week where you had to dance on easy-to-see towers, the clues indicate either smaller or more abstract locations. The sundial is a more abstract design as it’s made up of scrap on a cliff west of Pleasant Palms, and is easily accessed by diving on the location.
Coffee Cup location
The second location you need to dance on is found at Dusty Diner, which is the building north of Dusty Divot. Look to the signs outside and you’ll see a big coffee cup that’s overflowing. Dance on top of it to unlock the next task. Reaching it is relatively simple as it just needs a ramp to be built.
Giant Metal Dog Head location
The final location you’ll need to visit is the Boneyard that makes up Junk Junction. The southern entrance has a crane with a dog’s head on it. This one might be a bit tricky to land on top of, so just smash some of the junk and then climb upwards to the sign.
This concludes our Week 9 dancing guide, but there’s plenty more challenges to complete in Season 7. Week 9 also brought with it a challenge to find some balloons and shoot them down. You can find out which two in our Golden balloon locations guide.