12th to the 18th of February will be the most productive week for youngsters attending the Under 25 Summit in Bengaluru.
After a successful run in Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Delhi, The Under 25 Summit is back in Bengaluru for its fifth edition at YMCA Grounds Nrupathunga Road in Bengaluru. Only this time, it’s going to be a week-long activity where events have been specially curated for the youth, covering topics that will catch their interest.
Since 2014, the festival has catered to over 50,000 curious youth minds across the nation, and in 2017 alone, the Bengaluru edition saw over 10,000 attendees participate over 4 days. This year’s edition is going to be one that cannot be missed. Centered around this year’s theme ‘Belong Together’, signifying the coming together of communities that impact the youth of the country today, attendees have tons to look forward to. We’re talking about Design, Technology, Music, Food, Comedy, Film, Content, Sports, Literature, Fitness, Art and more!
For its 2018 edition, India’s Largest Youth Festival is going to host guest speakers who have left a positive mark in their fields and continue to be a source of inspiration.
Ranveer Allahbadia, creator of the YouTube channel BeerBiceps .
19-year-old Shaurya Singh, a top 6 contestant on the show Stage Season 3.
Sidharth Bendi, the youngest singer-songwriter from Hyderabad to have released an EP and Founder of the NGO “The Beautiful World Movement”.
Nick, creator of Beyounick, with a subscriber base of over 1 million.
Vineeth Vincent, beatboxer, musician, emcee and performing artist from Bangalore, and creator of the largest human beatbox ensemble in the Limca Book of Records with 2136 participants in 2011.
Vineeth Beep Kumar and Naser Al Azzeh, the hilarious duo behind Jordindian known for their satirical sketches while bringing a new perspective on common scenarios.
Shwetambari Shetty, one of India’s most loved fitness stars and co-Founder of The Tribe Fitness Club.
Shraddha Srinath, an Indian film actress who predominantly appears in Kannada and Tamil films and has won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
Mohammed Haris Nalapad, General Secretary of the Bengaluru District Youth Congress.
Rohit Raj, the business manager of BB Ki Vines and owner of Rohit Raj Events.
Joel Jacob, sound engineer and a passionate musician from Bangalore.
Pearle Maaney, VJ, model, television anchor and actress from Kerala, India.
Mohammad Muneem Nazir, poet-singer-songwriter and co-founder of the live act, Alif, a unique fusion of contemporary Urdu & Kashmiri music and poetry.
Ankur Tewari of acoustic folk-rock ballads with his band “The Ghalat Family”.
Terence Lewis, multiple Guinness Book of World Records winner and founder of the Terence Lewis Professional Training Institute.
Samyuktha Hegde, an actress and a master of 10 dance forms. She also featured on Roadies Season 15.
Bhuvan Bam, an Indian comedian, singer, and YouTube personality, notable for his YouTube channel BB Ki Vines and work in The Bachelors of The Viral Fever & in Happi Fi’s Bro Court.
Divakar Roopa Moudgil, Indian Police Service (IPS) officer belonging to Karnataka Cadre and the first woman Kannadiga IPS officer serving in Karnataka.
Ricky Kej, an Indo-American composer, music producer and conservationist who won a Grammy at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards for his album “Winds of Samsara”, a collaboration with South African flautist Wouter Kellerman, in the Best New Age Album category.
Anil Shetty, an Indian Entrepreneur, Author, activist and a motivational speaker. He is currently the President of Nav Bharat Democratic party taking over the reign from R.K Misra.
The Under 25 Summit will also feature a host of experiences that will ensure attendees have a good time outside all those conferences and interactions. The Under 25 Interactive is a zone where people can meet like-minded individuals can discuss their common interest and make great connections. The VR Zone will provide a spectacular Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality experience, while the Pop-up Library is a space where you can plop on a beanbag and dive deep into an interesting book. Watch talented artists come together to work on a piece of art with a common theme at the Artist Collective. The Activity Zone will help you ease down a little with some adult colouring and board games. If you want to engage with other talented youngsters and discuss music performances, spoken word and open mic, then the Esoteric Stage is the place to be. The Workshop Zone features interesting workshops on topics ranging from Sports Management, Dance, Storytelling, Mixology, Cross Fit, Artist Management, Mental Health and more, and the Under 25 Studio will give young artists the chance to create their first profile video displaying their talent. And last but not the least, the DJ Room gives artists a chance to try out tracks to a live audience. Now that’s a lot!
The week-long schedule looks something like this:
12th Feb – Primal Bar – Travel Diaries – 6-8 pm
13th Feb – BHive Workspace, HSR Layout Sector 6 – Cryptocurrency 101 – 5.30-7 pm
14th Feb – 91 Springboard Koramangala 8th Block – Support Love (Conversations about LGBTQIA) – 5-7.30 pm
14th Feb – Hangover Bar – Strictly Singles Only – 8.00 pm onwards
15th Feb – The Fit District – Fitness Hacks – 5-6.30 PM
16th Feb – Indigo XP – Storyline – 5-7.30 pm
17th Feb – Tattva Cafe – Food Crawl – 12-5 pm
18th Feb – YMCA Grounds – Under 25 Summit – 9 am onwards
With much to discover and very little time left to book your tickets, get them here at the soonest.
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