YouTube India Fan Fest 2023: New Faces, Old Favorites, and Disappointment

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YouTube India Fan Fest 2023: New Faces, Old Favorites, and Disappointment

YouTube India Fan Fest 2023: New Faces, Old Favorites, and Disappointment

YouTube India just announced the lineup for the Fan Fest 2023, which is a huge surprise and is making waves in the digital world. India is getting ready to celebrate YouTube India 15th anniversaryy with this star-studded party, but not everyone is dancing to the same beat.

The lineup is full of energy and features both well-known and up-and-coming creators from all over the internet. But among the cheers and applause, there are also a fair number of boos and tweets of disappointment.

Fans who have been watching YouTube for years didn’t understand what was going on. Some of their favorite big-name creators with lots of loyal fans didn’t make the cut. Instead, YouTube India seemed to welcome a bunch of new people with open arms. Everyone agrees? The lineup didn’t seem to have the same appeal and quality as other YouTube India Fan Fest

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These YouTube fans couldn’t help but think back to the good old days when the stage was alive with performances that people will never forget. They felt a strong sense of longing, and they couldn’t help but compare this year’s lineup to the legends who had played there before.

But let’s not paint a sad picture of the whole situation. There is a good part to this story. YouTube India’s decision to put the spotlight on creators and artists who have been quietly working hard and showing a lot of promise has been well received.

So, who is going to make it to the big stage? Badshah, Harrdy Sandhu, Kayan, Raja Kumari, and a group of other creators, including Anuv Jain, Awez Darbar, Danish Sait, Funcho, Lakhneet, Nagma Mirajkar, Prajakta Koli (aka MostlySane), Shorts Break, Suhani Shah, Team Naach, and Techno, will perform live. Wow, that’s a lot of skill in one place.

But that’s not all! Fans won’t just get to see performances on stage. During the event, their favorite creators will also send out messages and shoutouts. Expect to hear from the likes of Astuti Mw, Crafians by Mudrit and Harsheen, Dynamo, Fit Beauty, ItzChaCha, Jagruti Pahwa, Jasmin Jaffar, Jenni MJ, Kabita’s Kitchen, KL BRO Biju Rithvik, Mythpat, Miss Miracle, Mousumi Kundu, Mridul Sharma, Sarah Sarosh, So Saute, Shreemani Tripathi, Tanmay Bhat, Thakur Sisters, and TN TAMIL YT.

September 27 will be the YouTube India Fan Fest, which will take place in the busy city of Mumbai. And here’s the icing on the cake: you can get free tickets to this exciting event on BookMyShow. Yes, you did read that correctly: FREE!

So, whether you’re cheering for the new faces, missing the old legends, or just excited to be part of YouTube’s 15th birthday party, YouTube India Fan Fest 2023 promises to be a night of unforgettable performances, digital magic, and maybe even a few surprises. Keep watching!


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