To celebrate YouTube's 15th anniversary in India, the platform announced on Friday (September 1) that YouTube Fanfest (YTFF) will return to the live stage on September 27 in Mumbai.
“YouTube Fanfest (YTFF) has showcased the diversity of its community of creators through regional and interstate events across India since its founding in Mumbai in 2014. YouTube Fanfest 2023 will be held in partnership with NEXA and Cadbury 5 Star,” YouTube said in a statement. .
YouTube Fanfest 2023 will draw attention from creators and artists from a variety of industries including comedy, music, dance, gaming, beauty and food. In addition, some emerging authors are expected to be featured at the event.
The stage will come alive with performances by such famous artists as Badshah, Hardy Sandhu, Kayan, Raja Kumari and many more. The event will also feature Anuf Jain, Oiz Darbar, Danish Sait, Phunchu, Lakhnet, Mirajkar Star, Prajakta Kohli ( aka Mostly San), Short Break, Suhani Shah, Team NACH and Techno Sensations among others.
That's not all. Fans can expect to hear performances from their favorite creators during the show. The event will feature special posts from many YouTube favorites including Astuti Mw, Crafians by Mudrit and Harsheen, Dynamo, Fit Beauty, Itz ChaCha, Jagruti Pahwa, Jasmin Jaffar, Jenni MJ, Kabita's Kitchen, KL BRO Biju Rithvik, Mythpat and Miss. Miracle, Musumi Kondu, Mridul Sharma, Sara Saroch, So Sothi, Srimani Tripathi, Tanmai Bhatt, Thakur Sisters, TTNT Tamil YT.
According to YouTube, "Meet and Greet" will be an exclusive event for superfans who want to meet and connect with their artists.
Tickets for the Mumbai live event will be available to the general public (GA) on Friday, September 1st from 2pm on BookMyShow . GA tickets are free, but will be limited in number. In addition, a lucky group will be able to purchase Super Fan tickets, which will allow them to take the stage and attend the pre-show meeting.
For those unable to attend, YouTube Fanfest 2023 will be streamed live on the YouTube Fanfest channel starting at 7:30 pm on September 27th.
(Editor's note: Shoma Bhattacharjee )