Though we don’t know exactly when Peloton’s All for One Music Festival will be (Matt previously said August), we do know that two of the featured artists will be Florence and the Machine and John Mayer, thanks to Peloton mistakenly loading the incorrect subtitles to a recent class on demand.
Instructor Camila Ramón taught a live 15 minute Caribbean ride on Saturday, July 9 – but when the class was uploaded to the library, the wrong subtitles were uploaded with it. The subtitles appear to be from a 10 minute John Mayer cool down ride with Christine D’Ercole.
The subtitles display Christine talking about the All for One Music Festival. In addition to saying that John Mayer is a part of this year’s festival, she specifically talks about a Florence and the Machine ride and run.
Peloton has not yet officially announced a date for this year’s All for One Music Festival, but we’ve previously reported on a potential August timeline. This would make sense if some of the classes are being pre-recorded now for on demand drops, which appears to be the case if there are already subtitles prepared for Christine’s 10 minute John Mayer cool down ride.
Last year’s All for One Music Festival, which took place over the American July 4th holiday weekend, featured the music of 25 artists. It looks like John Mayer and Florence and the Machine will be two of the artists showcased this year. What other artists would you like to see featured in this year’s All for One Music Festival?
Special thanks to #SarahSams for the heads up on this!
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