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Fortnite forbidden locations: all the forbidden dance locations

Fortnite's seventh season only has a few more weeks to go, there's not much more time to find the required number of "no dancing" signs. So you'll need to defy the rules and get your groove on. This guide will show you in detail all the locations for this challenge, as well as show an image for every single one so you don't get confused.

Fortnite forbidden dance locations guide

Please note that this page is for a challenge that is no longer active in Fortnite.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 6 challenges page.

With the game being the global sensation that it is, there's a lot to learn about not only getting that all-important "Victory Royale", but also the changes to the map as the seasons progress, and the challenges you can seek to complete. Head over to our Fortnite guide hub for every single thing you need to get started. Alternatively, you can head back to ourFortnite week 6 challenges guide for an overview of all the weekly challenges for this Season in Fortnite.

All the locations circled for the Forbidden Dance challenge.

All the forbidden dancing locations

First and foremost, if you want to complete this challenge, you'll need to equip a dance. You can do so in the locker in the main menu. There are 12 locations on the map that each have "no dancing" signs, but you only need to find seven of them. Once you've found one, you'll just need to press your emote button and choose your dance (default PC controls are the B key with a mouse click). The map above has all the locations circled, but the more specific locations are as follows:

Standing next to the no dance sign by the metal llama.

Junk Junction

The metal llama has a sign at the base, which can be found to the north-west of Junk Junction. It's up a small slope and very close to the edge of the map.

The no dance sign in the gazebo next to Lazy Links.

Lazy Links

Head into the gazebo on the eastern side of the complex. It's on the small pond flanked by two bunkers and usually has a chest nearby.

The No Dance sign next to the Ice Cream truck.

The Block

On the small hill with the Ice Cream truck to the east of the location. It's past the town that's next to the custom structure that's chosen by Epic Games.

On top of the weird mountain south-west of Dusty Divot. There's a no dancing sign there.

Dusty Divot 1

South-west of this location, there is an irregularly shaped mountain. It's on top of that and the best way to get there is to drop onto it at the beginning of the match.

A Dusty Divot no dancing sign, on the north eastern edge of the cliff.

Dusty Divot 2 

Head for the zipline along the north-eastern edge of the crater. It's next to the zipline leading down to the bottom.

Standing next to Forbidden Dance area near Loot Lake.

Loot Lake 

Look on top of the gigantic rock towards the eastern island of the lake. It's close to a moored boat with a stop sign as a paddle and a fishing tackle box.

Dancing in front of a no-dancing sign on the south-western peninsula.

Frosty Flights 1

On the peninsula that sticks out on the map in the south-west of the map.

A no dancing sign next to a tent and camp fire.

Frosty Flights 2

From the previous one, head back inland and scale the hill to the south-east of Frosty Flights. It's the one with a camp fire on it, along with a tent and an X-4 Stormwing.

The no dance sign next to the white trees on the large mountain south of Pleasant Park. There's a zipline leading down, though you can fly up there too.

Pleasant Park

South of Pleasant Park, this one is on top of the mountain that has a ring of white trees.  There's a zipline leading up and down from it, as well as a platform to jump from.

The no dance sign next to the RV west of Wailing Woods.

Wailing Woods

West of the location, this is at the RV on top of the hill. It's also to directly south of The Block.

No dancing sign outside the Taco shop.

Taco Shop

By the race track in the desert, to the west. It's along the wall of the shack next to the sign that says "TACOS".

A no dance sign surrounded by Cacti near Pleasant Palms.

Paradise Palms

Towards the south-eastern point of this location, it's on top of the mountain with three cacti. There's a bunch of ziplines leading up to it, so you shouldn't have any issues getting up there quickly.

This concludes our forbidden locations guide, but there's plenty more challenges to complete in Season 7. You can also check out our other guide on Season 7's first week task in our Crown of RVs dance challenge locations guide - where you need to dance on top of certain structures.

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