ACNH KK Slider Concert

Animal Crossing New Horizons K.K. Slider Concert is an event that you can unlock in the game, which in turn unlocks the ability to terraform your island in ACNH. Of course, that being the case, it takes a lot of time and work to unlock the K.K. Slider concert in ACNH. But, it’s worth it for the whole terraforming thing. So, in our ACNH KK Slider Concert guide, we’re gonna show you how to unlock the concert and get terraforming in Animal Crossing New Horizons.

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ACNH KK Slider Concert
ACNH KK Slider Concert

How to Get K.K. Slider Concert in Animal Crossing New Horizons – How to Unlock Terraforming?

To get the K.K. Slider concert and unlock terraforming in Animal Crossing New Horizons, you will have to build a camp for visitors and raise your town’s rating to three stars. Before that, you’re going to have to move into a house from your starting tent, build a museum by giving creatures to Blathers, open the second shop aka Nook’s Cranny, upgrade Resident Services to a building, and start inviting new villagers to your town.

By this point, Nook should have already mentioned Project K to you, which is now basically well on the way. What you have to do now is talk to Isabelle in Resident Services. Select “Let’s talk island evals” and she’ll tell you how many stars you have at the moment, as well as drop some hints as to what you need to raise your star level. To get to two stars, you’ll have to have more new villagers, so keep building those plots and checking back in with Isabelle.

To reach Star Level 3, you can plant trees, get more variations of fruit, plant a whole lot of flowers, put up fences, inclines and bridges, etc. Just stay in touch with Isabelle, and you’ll be fine. When you reach three stars, Nook and Isabelle will tell you that K.K. Slider is coming to play in your town. After the first concert, he’ll be coming over every Saturday. And, after the first concert, you’ll also unlock the ability to terraform your island.

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