Dating site for ravers
As a heterosexual male in his early 20’s living in the 21st Century, my idea of dating looks something like this: As you can see, this is a pretty linear model as to what I thought dating was about, which pretty much boils down to getting the girl of my dreams, falling in love with her, and living happily ever after with our new family.But my whole perspective on dating changed after attending this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas.The Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in Las Vegas is considered to be the largest rave out on the West Coast…and by God did it live up to expectation.I saw some of my favorite artists such as Calvin Harris and Chromeo, made kandi bracelets and traded them with other people, making friends in the process; and I even got the chance to see one of my childhood friends.
You don’t need to go to the next EDM festival nearest you and give out as many hugs as you can, and you don’t need to trade beaded bracelets to signify your respect with another person.I thought I loved my wife from the moment we started dating. We’re free spirited, energetic, and have a zest for life that few others can keep up with or even begin to understand. We connect with the fashion, music, and culture of the movement.A new acquaintance, who was part of my rave group, explained to me that this acronym is the reason why everyone at an electronic dance music (EDM) concert or festival is super friendly.Now I am fairly new to the rave scence, having only gone to two other performances prior to EDC, and didn’t have a clue as to what PLUR was.