Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Planning Your Next Rave
When you are planning a rave, you are going to find that the process isn’t as complicated as it may seem. In fact, the most difficult part of the process will be gathering the funds that you will need. Beyond that, you need to be sure to following are listed in order of importance.
A reliable location for your event is going to be important. You need to be realistic about the location and consider how many people might attend. Structures that are too large will seem empty and turn off some ravers, while small locations are going to feel cramped and ensure no one has a good time.
With the location picked, you will need to pick a DJ. Music is the central point of the event and you need to hire someone who knows music. Look for the top DJ in your area and let them spin the best songs that are on their playlists.
If you’ve been to a rave event before, you know how important the lighting is. You need to have a darker room that allows people to enjoy their LED toys. Consider offering glow sticks and unique items to add to the experience and let people have a great time dancing in the dark.
Finally, consider the food and drinks you will offer those in attendance. When people are dancing and having a blast, they are going to want to have something to drink at a minimum. So be sure that you take that into account.
Keep all of this in mind and put some thought into your next rave. What you will find is that with a little effort on your part, you will be able to come up with a great rave.
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