Things are hotting up in the twestival ticket race. At the time of writing there's only 7 tickets between Edinburgh and London, and Brighton is only 6 tickets behind them.
This is all just a bit of extra fun on top of the amazing fun already involved. But of course Twestival isn't about cities competing. Twestival is about making a real difference right across the world. Right now Twestival has already raised almost £50,000 worldwide - and that's before the event has taken place on 24th March.
The UK is third on the impact table at around £6,000, with only Brazil and Canada ahead. But seeing that just makes me feel competitive again - come on UK we can climb that ladder even if Brazil has three times the people. Our lead is in your hands - get a local Twestival ticket now - click on your closest city in the list on the right!
Here's a screenshot - click for the latest impact:
Each year Twestival inspires some admirable artful thinking from music to craft to design. Not least amongst this swell of creativity is all the fantastic logos. This year is no different. If you want colour, symbolism and something that says 'fun' you need look no further than all the logos you talented tweeps have created.
It's hard to choose a best one, my personal hat tips go out to Cardiff logo for its surprised looking sheep, the Brighton logo for its surprisingly friendly looking skull and cross bones, and the Bristol logo for its banksy inspired graffiti feel.