Brentwood: currently 22°C, clear sky
high today 22°C, low tonight 13°C
sunrise 4.40am, sunset 9.18pm


Rave Party Tips For A Fun Party

Many people wrongly believe raving is all about alcohol, drugs, public signs of love, and awful public toilets. However, such beliefs are wrong. Rave parties should be nothing like these. This is why we decided to write this blog post to help first-time ravers, as well as experienced ones, what they should be doing during rave parties. Read, learn, and have the fun of your life at the next rave party.

Learn the Lingo

Here are the main rave slang expressions you should become familiar with:

P.L.U.R. is an acronym for Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect. These are the main values you should also embrace at rave parties.

Randi are multi-color beads shaped into necklaces and bracelets. People trade or give them to other ravers at rave parties.

Rage means nothing else than to dance as hard as possible.

Molly – Beware of the question “Have you seen Molly?” at rave parties, as it has nothing to do with any girl bearing this name. Molly is one of the crazy rave party drugs that enhances your perception of sounds and lights around you.

Avoid Getting Too High Or Too Drunk

As hard as it may be for you to believe it, you can party hard at raves without needing to get too wasted. It’s time to bust the myth that rave parties are only about booze and drugs. Indeed, they may be part of the rave spirit, but there’s no point in trying to drink more than you need or to get high when you don’t feel like doing it. You can politely decline such invites.

In addition, you should never drink or take more drugs than you know you can handle. Always keep in mind that you’ll need to go home after the rave party comes to an end. How are you going to do that under the influence of drugs and alcohol? While driving should be out of question, being too high or too drunk as a passenger can also be an annoyance to people around you. Avoid embarrassing your friends and everyone else around them on your way back home.

Give Up Staring At Your Phone

There are many things shinier, brighter and definitely more interesting at rave parties than your phone. Enjoy those laser lights, LED gloves and glow sticks and put away your phone for one night. Did you know that disco balls still rule? Forget about taking dozens of selfies or about making videos and live the moment to the full.

A rave party should be an immersive experience. If you only go to rave parties to take some cool shots for your Instagram, maybe raving is not your cup of tea.

Dance Hard!

If you go to rave parties for the good reasons, you’ll want to enjoy good music and to dance like nobody’s watching. It doesn’t matter how good your dance skills are. The most important thing is to feel the music and to keep moving like there’s no tomorrow. A rave party is not a dance competition, after all.

Dance on your favorite music, let yourself go with the flow and live in the present moment. Forget about your mundane worries and about all things you believe you can’t do. Everyone can dance!

Pack Your Rave Bag!

It’s always a good idea to have all essentials with you at rave parties. You’ll need some cash, your phone, your glow stick, your water bottle, your Randi, and whatever else you think will make you feel your best. If you don’t have glow sticks you can get them at Premier Glow.

When shopping around for a rave bag, pick a roomy one to be able to fit all these inside it. At the same time, make sure your bag is compact, in order to allow you to dance and move around with ease. Last but not least, choose a fashionable bag to show off at rave parties.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Uncategorized
More from
More from Phoenix FM


Rave Party Tips For A Fun Party

Many people wrongly believe raving is all about alcohol, drugs, public signs of love, and awful public toilets. However, such beliefs are wrong. Rave parties should be nothing like these. This is why we decided to write this blog post to help first-time ravers, as well as experienced ones, what they should be doing during rave parties. Read, learn, and have the fun of your life at the next rave party.

Learn the Lingo

Here are the main rave slang expressions you should become familiar with:

P.L.U.R. is an acronym for Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect. These are the main values you should also embrace at rave parties.

Randi are multi-color beads shaped into necklaces and bracelets. People trade or give them to other ravers at rave parties.

Rage means nothing else than to dance as hard as possible.

Molly – Beware of the question “Have you seen Molly?” at rave parties, as it has nothing to do with any girl bearing this name. Molly is one of the crazy rave party drugs that enhances your perception of sounds and lights around you.

Avoid Getting Too High Or Too Drunk

As hard as it may be for you to believe it, you can party hard at raves without needing to get too wasted. It’s time to bust the myth that rave parties are only about booze and drugs. Indeed, they may be part of the rave spirit, but there’s no point in trying to drink more than you need or to get high when you don’t feel like doing it. You can politely decline such invites.

In addition, you should never drink or take more drugs than you know you can handle. Always keep in mind that you’ll need to go home after the rave party comes to an end. How are you going to do that under the influence of drugs and alcohol? While driving should be out of question, being too high or too drunk as a passenger can also be an annoyance to people around you. Avoid embarrassing your friends and everyone else around them on your way back home.

Give Up Staring At Your Phone

There are many things shinier, brighter and definitely more interesting at rave parties than your phone. Enjoy those laser lights, LED gloves and glow sticks and put away your phone for one night. Did you know that disco balls still rule? Forget about taking dozens of selfies or about making videos and live the moment to the full.

A rave party should be an immersive experience. If you only go to rave parties to take some cool shots for your Instagram, maybe raving is not your cup of tea.

Dance Hard!

If you go to rave parties for the good reasons, you’ll want to enjoy good music and to dance like nobody’s watching. It doesn’t matter how good your dance skills are. The most important thing is to feel the music and to keep moving like there’s no tomorrow. A rave party is not a dance competition, after all.

Dance on your favorite music, let yourself go with the flow and live in the present moment. Forget about your mundane worries and about all things you believe you can’t do. Everyone can dance!

Pack Your Rave Bag!

It’s always a good idea to have all essentials with you at rave parties. You’ll need some cash, your phone, your glow stick, your water bottle, your Randi, and whatever else you think will make you feel your best. If you don’t have glow sticks you can get them at Premier Glow.

When shopping around for a rave bag, pick a roomy one to be able to fit all these inside it. At the same time, make sure your bag is compact, in order to allow you to dance and move around with ease. Last but not least, choose a fashionable bag to show off at rave parties.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Uncategorized
More from
More from Phoenix FM


Rave Party Tips For A Fun Party

Many people wrongly believe raving is all about alcohol, drugs, public signs of love, and awful public toilets. However, such beliefs are wrong. Rave parties should be nothing like these. This is why we decided to write this blog post to help first-time ravers, as well as experienced ones, what they should be doing during rave parties. Read, learn, and have the fun of your life at the next rave party.

Learn the Lingo

Here are the main rave slang expressions you should become familiar with:

P.L.U.R. is an acronym for Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect. These are the main values you should also embrace at rave parties.

Randi are multi-color beads shaped into necklaces and bracelets. People trade or give them to other ravers at rave parties.

Rage means nothing else than to dance as hard as possible.

Molly – Beware of the question “Have you seen Molly?” at rave parties, as it has nothing to do with any girl bearing this name. Molly is one of the crazy rave party drugs that enhances your perception of sounds and lights around you.

Avoid Getting Too High Or Too Drunk

As hard as it may be for you to believe it, you can party hard at raves without needing to get too wasted. It’s time to bust the myth that rave parties are only about booze and drugs. Indeed, they may be part of the rave spirit, but there’s no point in trying to drink more than you need or to get high when you don’t feel like doing it. You can politely decline such invites.

In addition, you should never drink or take more drugs than you know you can handle. Always keep in mind that you’ll need to go home after the rave party comes to an end. How are you going to do that under the influence of drugs and alcohol? While driving should be out of question, being too high or too drunk as a passenger can also be an annoyance to people around you. Avoid embarrassing your friends and everyone else around them on your way back home.

Give Up Staring At Your Phone

There are many things shinier, brighter and definitely more interesting at rave parties than your phone. Enjoy those laser lights, LED gloves and glow sticks and put away your phone for one night. Did you know that disco balls still rule? Forget about taking dozens of selfies or about making videos and live the moment to the full.

A rave party should be an immersive experience. If you only go to rave parties to take some cool shots for your Instagram, maybe raving is not your cup of tea.

Dance Hard!

If you go to rave parties for the good reasons, you’ll want to enjoy good music and to dance like nobody’s watching. It doesn’t matter how good your dance skills are. The most important thing is to feel the music and to keep moving like there’s no tomorrow. A rave party is not a dance competition, after all.

Dance on your favorite music, let yourself go with the flow and live in the present moment. Forget about your mundane worries and about all things you believe you can’t do. Everyone can dance!

Pack Your Rave Bag!

It’s always a good idea to have all essentials with you at rave parties. You’ll need some cash, your phone, your glow stick, your water bottle, your Randi, and whatever else you think will make you feel your best. If you don’t have glow sticks you can get them at Premier Glow.

When shopping around for a rave bag, pick a roomy one to be able to fit all these inside it. At the same time, make sure your bag is compact, in order to allow you to dance and move around with ease. Last but not least, choose a fashionable bag to show off at rave parties.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Uncategorized
More from
More from Phoenix FM


Rave Party Tips For A Fun Party

Many people wrongly believe raving is all about alcohol, drugs, public signs of love, and awful public toilets. However, such beliefs are wrong. Rave parties should be nothing like these. This is why we decided to write this blog post to help first-time ravers, as well as experienced ones, what they should be doing during rave parties. Read, learn, and have the fun of your life at the next rave party.

Learn the Lingo

Here are the main rave slang expressions you should become familiar with:

P.L.U.R. is an acronym for Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect. These are the main values you should also embrace at rave parties.

Randi are multi-color beads shaped into necklaces and bracelets. People trade or give them to other ravers at rave parties.

Rage means nothing else than to dance as hard as possible.

Molly – Beware of the question “Have you seen Molly?” at rave parties, as it has nothing to do with any girl bearing this name. Molly is one of the crazy rave party drugs that enhances your perception of sounds and lights around you.

Avoid Getting Too High Or Too Drunk

As hard as it may be for you to believe it, you can party hard at raves without needing to get too wasted. It’s time to bust the myth that rave parties are only about booze and drugs. Indeed, they may be part of the rave spirit, but there’s no point in trying to drink more than you need or to get high when you don’t feel like doing it. You can politely decline such invites.

In addition, you should never drink or take more drugs than you know you can handle. Always keep in mind that you’ll need to go home after the rave party comes to an end. How are you going to do that under the influence of drugs and alcohol? While driving should be out of question, being too high or too drunk as a passenger can also be an annoyance to people around you. Avoid embarrassing your friends and everyone else around them on your way back home.

Give Up Staring At Your Phone

There are many things shinier, brighter and definitely more interesting at rave parties than your phone. Enjoy those laser lights, LED gloves and glow sticks and put away your phone for one night. Did you know that disco balls still rule? Forget about taking dozens of selfies or about making videos and live the moment to the full.

A rave party should be an immersive experience. If you only go to rave parties to take some cool shots for your Instagram, maybe raving is not your cup of tea.

Dance Hard!

If you go to rave parties for the good reasons, you’ll want to enjoy good music and to dance like nobody’s watching. It doesn’t matter how good your dance skills are. The most important thing is to feel the music and to keep moving like there’s no tomorrow. A rave party is not a dance competition, after all.

Dance on your favorite music, let yourself go with the flow and live in the present moment. Forget about your mundane worries and about all things you believe you can’t do. Everyone can dance!

Pack Your Rave Bag!

It’s always a good idea to have all essentials with you at rave parties. You’ll need some cash, your phone, your glow stick, your water bottle, your Randi, and whatever else you think will make you feel your best. If you don’t have glow sticks you can get them at Premier Glow.

When shopping around for a rave bag, pick a roomy one to be able to fit all these inside it. At the same time, make sure your bag is compact, in order to allow you to dance and move around with ease. Last but not least, choose a fashionable bag to show off at rave parties.

Subscribe to our newsletter!
One a month, no spam, honest

Now on air
Coming up
More from Uncategorized
More from
More from Phoenix FM