Peloton, the popular fitness and wellness platform, has officially announced the return of its highly anticipated AFO (All For One) Music Festival. The festival is set to take place from September 7-9th and will feature an incredible lineup of some of the most iconic musical artists of our time.
Brand New: Row Classes to Debut with Members in Studio
GASP! We THOUGHT this was about to happen! When the details for the Chase Sapphire offer broke, we immediately suspected this would be the first rowing class with members in the studio. Katie Wang will be teaching a 30 min Row class featuring music by Katy Perry on Saturday, September 9th, and we suspect others will be announced on 8/29. You can book classes on the Peloton Studio site on 8/29.
A Star-Studded Lineup of Iconic Artists to Perform
Peloton Studios recently posted a reel and story on their Instagram account, revealing the festival’s lineup to excited fans. The lineup includes heavyweights from the music industry such as Armin Van Buuren, The Black Keys, Chris Stapleton, Dave, Eagles, Felix Jaehn, Hozier, Katy Perry, LL Cool J, Gorillas, Maren Morris, Miguel, Rauw Alejandro, Rema, Sampha, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Betty Who, Chaka Khan, City Girls, Dave Matthews Band, Ellie Goulding, FKJ, Kaliuchis, The Kid Laroi, LP Giobbi, Machine Gun Kelly, Metro Boomin, Pusha T, Raye, Salt-N-Pepa, Skrillex, and ZZ Top.
How to Build Your Own Festival Experience on Peloton
Peloton has made it possible for users to build their own festival experience in the comfort of their homes. Users can choose from a selection of classes featuring the festival’s artists and even create their own playlists (use that stack feature, baby!). The platform will also offer themed rides and runs, yoga and meditation classes, and more.
According to Peloton, users can start booking classes on the platform on Tuesday, August 29th. The festival’s lineup is set to provide an immersive and exciting experience for Peloton users that transcends beyond fitness and wellness. It’s all about creating a memorable experience that brings people together.
The return of the All For One Festival is undoubtedly fantastic news for Peloton users who have been eagerly awaiting this event. It’s a testament to the platform’s commitment to promoting community, music, and well-being among its users.
In conclusion, Peloton is once again proving its commitment to putting together experiences that are meaningful and memorable for its users – and the All For One Festival is no exception. Take a look at our interactive Peloton Timeline to see how All For One has changed over the years!
What artists will you be stacking for YOUR custom music festival?
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