Bumble is throwing a Christmas party in London, enabling users to celebrate the season with their friends and meet other singles.
The “Slay Bells” event is taking place on 18th December at the Omeara nightclub and music venue.
There will be three different rooms available to attendees, each with its own theme. The first room is hosted by female DJ duo BOSSY LDN and the line up is full of local music producers.
The other two rooms will feature performances from drag group The Rabbit Hole and LGBTQ party collective Sink The Pink.
Entry is free for users who match with the Slay Bells profile inside the app and register for tickets. Bumble has also committed to paying travel and overnight accommodation for five attendees who live outside of London.
The social app hosts a number of parties and events throughout the year to get its members meeting and interacting in the real world.
VP of Marketing and Communications Louise Troen said to Metro in August: “At Bumble we understand the power of real-life connections and it’s important for us to be able to provide experiences which allow people to make the first move in a fun and safe environment.”
Bumble has reportedly entered exclusive partnerships with fraternities and sororities at US universities to put on parties for the students.
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