The couple met through Instagram, and now all three are spreading love and helping ravers find significant others the same way they met—through the dance music community.
The site launched on October 3, , and in 45 days already had more than 4, followers and close to submissions. While the service is currently run through SingleRavers. We know you have a lot of questions about the site. Once people fill out their profile on SingleRavers. People get in touch by either commenting on pictures or direct messaging each other.
The hardest thing is giving people the face time they deserve and also not spamming people who follow us with posts. On Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, we post five to six profiles of each. Before that, we had been talking about all these Instagram accounts with rave girls and boys, and I wondered if there were any pages featuring single people trying to find each other. I found one, but it only had or so followers, so right then and there we made the Single Ravers Instagram account.
When I went home, I bought the SingleRavers. What have you been doing since the site launch? In Orlando, we could hardly move for two hours due to all the pictures people wanted to take with us and the kandi they wanted to trade. In the first month and a half, we already created four relationships. The first one happened at Freaknight in Seattle.
Two people contacted each other, met up, and spent all night together. Another story happened with a guy from Philly: The girl direct messaged him, and he flew from Philly to Texas to see her. Yes, right now I pay for everything.
But it definitely reinforces the idea that this can be successful. Any hiccups so far? We feature people from all over the country and world and want to continue to do that. We feature gay, lesbian and bisexual ravers all the time.
Anything else you wanted to say? Sign up for your own profile on SingleRavers.