Explore your potential to it’s fullest at the festival this month.
The Under 25 Summit is making its way to Bengaluru and if you’re in the city or under 25 years of age, you and your whole squad, along with every other young adult around, should know about this festival. The Under 25 Summit is presented by Asianet Newsable and Radio Indigo 91.9 and powered by Colors Infinity and IIDT Tirupati.
The first edition was held in the city back in 2014 and it catered to everyone! This year, it gets even better. The Summit will cover topics like technology, art, food, design, music and so much more that four days will seem too little a time for something this informative and insightful. As a young adult, you will surely walk out of the summit with new perceptions and hopefully path-breaking ideas. Take a look at why you should make it for this one:
1. There’s nothing like it.
Without any exaggeration, this festival is single-handedly the largest youth-oriented festival that takes place in India! No other festival has attracted this demography and, by the looks of it, (obviously you saw the amazing after movie of last year’s edition above) there is nothing that compares to it. It would be a shame to miss out on all of that!
2. So much to do. So little time.
The festival will be taking place from the 5th to the 8th of January but will have specific days catering to different themes – tech, design, food and the grand finale. Within those days, you have the chance to check out the various experience zones, food stalls, art installations, panel discussions, work shops and masterclasses. Be prepared to run around a little as multiple venues will host these events throughout the city. Trust us, you’ll want to go for most of it, if not all.
3. Imparting knowledge is key here.
The festival has been curated with focus on exploring and showcasing the talent of India’s youth. It’s the perfect opportunity for youngsters to get an insight into the innumerable options available to them. Get inspired to take a step forward in finding a way to achieve your dreams, especially since the Summit is bringing together musicians, artists, designers, tech experts and more for the best possible experience you can get.
4. It’s a hot bed for networking.
Since every possible person at the venue will roughly be around your age, similarities are second nature. You can get talking to many who share the same ideas and values and who knows, a good opportunity might just wind up in your hands. Introverts, you will find someone who likes Doctor Who too!
5. It’s much more relaxed than any other summit.
It’s not all seriousness at this one, but rather the opposite. The atmosphere at the festival will be peaceful and more chill than an actual corporate gathering. The fact that it’s catered for the youth means that it will be informal to a certain degree, enough for you to feel comfortable at with so many people around.
6. The speakers are absolutely the best!
This year, the speakers include some of the most influential people in their various fields, starting with Arnab Goswami, comedians Kenny Sebastian, Mallika Dua and Tanmay Bhat, Feeding India founder Ankit Kawatra, anti-acid attack advocate Reshma Qureshi, speed painter Vilas Nayak, cricketer Karun Nair, traveller Binoy Jain. They and many more will get the crowd’s attention and leave you with an impact.
7. It’s all about you.
Not only will the festival increase your knowledge, but it will also be a platform for you to be aware of various opportunities in any field possible. In the end, it’s not about them but all about you.
Make sure you don’t miss out on this festival and get your passes soon as the Phase 1 tickets have been sold out! Go grab them now!