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Twestival Bangalore 2009

September 29, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Twestival Bangalore was organized at Kyra Theatre 12th  September 2009, and ya  I know I am writing this blog post bit late. 🙂

The Twestival concept originated in September last year, when a group of London Twitter users decided to hosted a event called the Harvest Twestival – entirely sponsored by Twitter users.  This was Bangalore’s second Twestival and this time around we named it as  “Twestival 2009 – a festival with a Cause“.
My dear friend “Dhempe” called me up to be a part of Twestival organizing team, and I’m always interested in charity events so I immediately accepted the invitation.  We organized Twestival Bangalore in exactly 2 weeks and none of us had any prior experience in event management.  Kudos to team. 🙂

Twestival Bangalore Team

Twestival Bangalore Team

Thanks to all the media support we got, check out the articles about Twestival.

Times of India


Silicon India

Bangalore Concerts

Upcoming Yahoo Events


Money collected from the event was given to the NGO Dream A Dream which works for the cause of underprivileged children.

The Bangalore Twestival was brilliant with over 140+ people attending a rocking performance by Swarathma, a mesmerizing act by  Nakul Shenoy and  fun filled comedy by Papa CJ and Aron Kader.

Check out the wonderful moments of Twestival Bangalore captured by @raghur

Last, but not the least, thanks to everyone for coming and making this event a big success. Special thanks to our sponsor’s.

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