Here's what you missed at this year's Playlist Live

Get a behind-the-scenes look at #KanvasLive's coverage of Playlist Live in Orlando, Florida!
Get a behind-the-scenes look at #KanvasLive's coverage of Playlist Live in Orlando, Florida!

This interview is a part of #KanvasLive, an interactive, cross-platform content series brought to life on the Kanvas app and AOL.com. See more on coverage here.

Playlist Live is the annual convention that celebrates all things social media. Content creators from all around the world flock to Orlando, Florida to participate in meet and greets and other unforgettable experiences with fans and fellow viral sensations.

This year's Playlist Live featured female rapper Daisha McBride, heartthrob Braiden Wood, unique violinist DSharp, and many, many more exciting internet stars. Thousands of people showed up to meet their favorite celebs and partake in the creative whirlwind that planted itself in Orlando for three days.

While the convention was certainly a couldn't-miss event, we understand that there are plenty of you out there who were unable to attend this year's Playlist Live. So, even though you're probably already kicking yourself for not participating, we're about to make you 100% sure about buying that 2017 ticket. And what better way to capture all of our favorite moments from the social media hub than through, well, social media? Scroll through, and enjoy!

1. From the pool to the convention itself, there was never a dull moment:

2. Believe it or not, these massive lines were totally worth waiting in:

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3. Jordan Doww had us in stitches the entire time:

4. Six seconds barely does justice to how poppin' the Playlist Live crowd was:

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5. There was no better place to just totally be yourself:

Check out some of the other awesome moments from Playlist Live:

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