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Attending a concert? Tinder introduces 'Festival Mode' in India to help find your match

Now, users can add a badge to their profile highlighting their planned festival destination.

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Updated: Nov 19, 2019, 06.16 PM IST
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The ‘Festival Mode’ will make its debut at the NH7 Weekender in Pune.
The ‘Festival Mode’ will make its debut at the NH7 Weekender in Pune.
Tinder India, on Tuesday, introduced a new 'Festival Mode' feature for users.

The new feature will allow users to match with people who attending the same festival or event as them. To enable the ‘Festival Mode’, all you have to do is add a badge to your profile highlighting the planned festival destination.

Thereafter, the users will have the ability to not just match but even chat with their respective matches before they arrive at the event.

The ‘Festival Mode’ will debut in India with the NH7 Weekender in Pune, an annual music festival in India, happening from November 29 to December 1. The festival will feature musical performances by various artists like Kodaline, RITVIZ, Indian Ocean and more.

There will also be stand-up comedy acts by Kanan Gill, Samay Raina, Prashasti Singh and others.

Tinder's ‘Festival Mode’ was previously available for international users at music festivals like EDC, Las Vegas, Bonnaroo, British Summer Time and EDC, Orlando.

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