Cities Skylines is About to Get Loud With Concerts

Posted on 17 Aug 2017

Cities Skylines is a game that already has a wealth of expansions, both big and small, to make the city management simulation more engaging. What’s been missing until now is the ability to host music festivals. Well fret no more in-game band lovers, because now you can promote your favourite sounds

There’s no need to wait either, Concerts is already available on Steam and the Paradox Plaza service and costs $6.99 for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Official Press Release

Paradox Interactive Turns It Up to 11 with Cities: Skylines – Concerts

New Mini-Expansion Turns Players into Promoters for their Own Music Festivals

STOCKHOLM – Aug. 17, 2017 – Paradox Interactive – in concert with Colossal Order – today released Cities: Skylines – Concerts, a new mini-expansion for the award winning city builder that lets players plan, promote, and party at music festivals in their cities. Cities: Skylines – Concerts is available on Paradox Plaza and Steam today for $6.99 on Windows, MacOS, and Linux PCs.

Cities: Skylines – Concerts lets players control every aspect of making their metropolises more musical. From new festival ground buildings to city ordinances for driving ticket sales, Concerts goes beyond the music for players to tailor their cities’ festivals to fit their mood with music and images from musical acts NESTOR, Elijah MOTi, and Lily La Roux.

Cities: Skylines – Concerts Features:

  • New music from in-game bands – NESTOR, Elijha MOTi, and Lily La Roux add their musical gifts to the Cities: Skylines soundtrack via the new music focused radio station “Live”. 100% music with no interruptions!
  • New Festival Area Building – Level-up your festival grounds to accommodate better shows and bigger crowds.
  • Concert-focused City Ordinances – Support your festival ambitions with new laws and budget options to promote concerts and monetize the crowds.

Alongside the mini-expansion, Paradox and Colossal Order are restructuring the content manager tool as a free update to Cities: Skylines. The content manager now makes it much simpler for players to organize, search for and find their favorite mod-assets, so you can spend less time scrolling and more time building.

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