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We are coming to Vadodara on Saturday, 28th November with a community gathering- an evening filled with interesting conversations, like-minded people, some delightful indie music and real-life travel stories by our featured artists.
Pocket your phones, get comfortable, and get set to be absorbed and to know the unknown taking back travel stories, memories & new friends!
Only 20 seats available. Social distancing will be practised.
Where: Applause Studio, Jetalpur (Entries will be given only to those who register; on the spot bookings are strictly not allowed. Gatherings will not be taking place in people’s houses for safety purposes for now. They will be conducted in cafes and other commercial spaces. Precautions will be taken, and area will be sanitized. House gatherings will reboot as and when the situation improves.)
When: 28th Nov’20, 6-8 pm
Contribution: Rs. 500/-
Line-up: Original Music, Poetry, Travel Stories
What is a Motojojo Gathering?
A Motojojo Gathering is an intimate community gathering where upcoming indie artists perform in unique spaces to an intimate audience who loves art and travel.
Present in more than 15 cities, Motojojo gatherings are a way to get lost in the magic of stories, poetry, and original music, and to inspire people to know the unknown.
To make sure new and talented artists are encouraged to continue their journey to spread happiness through their art and are respected, contributions in the form of tickets booked by the guests go to the artists performing. The artists, as well as the audience is curated to ensure a vibe’s created between like-minded people. Guests arrive on time for the first act and stay for the entire show.
Travel stories are from common people (not necessarily pro artists) based on real-life, raw experiences, ranging from an incident in the local transport/city to climbing a mountain, swimming a sea to exploring any part of the world.