YouTube enthusiasts and content creators around the nation are abuzz with excitement as YouTube India has officially announced the triumphant return of YouTube FanFest 2023. Set to be held on September 27, 2023, in the vibrant city of Mumbai, at NESCO, Goregaon, this annual extravaganza is ready to make a splash once again. 

YouTube FanFest 2023

Raksha Kaur

Announcement Post 

In a strategic move, YouTube India, through a series of carefully planned posts, ignited the excitement for YouTube FanFest’s grand return. On August 27th, 2023, YouTube India kicked off the fervour by announcing the long-awaited comeback of YouTube FanFest in an offline format. The post, shared across various social media platforms, revealed the event’s comeback. 

The Instagram post showed the longingness of people for an offline Youtube FanFest in 2023 and slyly YouTube India announced its comeback with a simple “stay tuned.” The event, known for its vibrant celebration of creativity and talents, was declared to be back after a three-year hiatus in its offline avatar. The post hinted at more exciting announcements to come, building anticipation among fans and content creators alike.

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Save the Date Video

A day later, on August 28th, YouTube India cranked up the excitement levels even further with a creative and playful “save the date” video. Instead of simply revealing the date, the video presented a quirky task: saving a literal dry fruit “date.” Through a series of levels, the admin was finally able to ‘save the date.’  As the task was hilariously completed, the audience was rewarded with the actual event date, creating an engaging and light-hearted approach to spreading the news. This unique approach not only entertained but also effectively conveyed the event’s date as well as the venue and built more anticipation for the upcoming extravaganza.

YouTube FanFest Over The Years

YouTube FanFest, since its inception in 2013, has been an annual testament to the power of online creativity. Originating in the Asia-Pacific region, the event had its beginnings in Singapore, where it showcased the talents of YouTube creators in a hotel ballroom. Over the years, it grew exponentially, expanding its reach to various corners of the world. The event’s essence lies in bringing the biggest YouTube stars from screens to live stages, providing fans with the unique opportunity to connect with their favourite content creators in person.

The last three editions of YouTube FanFest were held virtually, transforming the traditional offline event into an innovative digital experience due to the prevailing pandemic. However, the spirit of creativity and collaboration remained undaunted. Prior to this virtual realm, top Indian creators such as Bhuvan Bam, CarryMinati, Amit Bhadana, Ashish Chanchalani, and more, graced the stage to entertain and engage with their massive fan bases in the offline YouTube FanFest. Despite the challenges of being an online or offline event, the event managed to capture the essence of YouTube FanFest, fostering a sense of unity within the online community.

Anticipation Builds

As the countdown to YouTube FanFest 2023 continues, fans, content creators, and enthusiasts alike eagerly await further details about the event. While YouTube India has not yet revealed any further details, the registration process like the previous years will be sourced to BookMyShow including the tickets. For real-time updates and breaking news about the event, fans are encouraged to follow YouTube India’s official social media accounts, including YouTubeIndia and YouTube FanFest.

YouTube FanFest 2023 to be held in Mumbai


With a history of fostering creativity, and diversity, and bringing online communities to life on a live stage, YouTube FanFest 2023 promises to be an unforgettable experience. As the event date approaches, the YouTube universe is brimming with excitement, ready to come together once again to celebrate the digital talents that continue to inspire and entertain millions.