A Timeline Of A Typical Star Performance At A DU Fest

Posted at April 9th, 2016 | by Sidhantha Jain | in

Another ‘even’ Delhi University semester is almost over and so is the fest season for this year. After attending multiple festivals in the past three years of my college life, I have come to a startling realization; star nights are actually overrated!

Okay, I know, they’re one of the… rather the prime reason why anyone makes an effort to come down to a particular college but is it all worth the pain? While these allow the students’ union to up the game for their college, don’t you think a “cultural fest” is more than just booking a famous singer/actor?
Anyway, forget it, without going into much detail and getting serious; let’s try to decipher a typical ontostage timeline of a “Honey Singh in the making” (assuming his name to be X for simplicity sake) at any university level festival.
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-∞ to 5mins:

the anchor asks “are you having fun?” and continues until he/she gets a final confirmation that the artist is about to reach.

5 to 10mins:

the anchor gives a long, unnecessary introduction about X which practically nobody’s listening.

10 to 15mins:

tells the crowd to chant X’s name, so he arrives faster.

15 to 30mins:

after reaching fashionably late, X sings one line from his hit track.

30 to 40mins:

he introduces himself again.

40 to 50mins:

reveals story behind the hit track he just sang.

50 to 55mins:

explains why *this* college is the best in this whole universe.

55 to 60mins:

thanks the crowd for inviting him.

60 to 70mins:

clicks a Selfie.

70 to 75mins:

sings one line from second famous song.

75 to 85mins:

tells why he’s so lucky to be able to sing and serve humanity.

85 to 90mins:

gets down the stage.

And that’s how you make money for being famous.

Sidhantha Jain

I love EDM, it loves me back. It pays for my food bills.

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