Bumble has organised three Valentine’s Day events in London, Manchester and Canada to help singles connect with other daters.
Bumble has teamed up with Amelia Dimoldenberg, who produces the Chicken Shop Date YouTube show, to organise two singles’ dinners at the Wild by Tart restaurant in London and the Bistrotheque at Cultureplex in Manchester.
The events will take place on 13th February. They will include different variants of chicken wings, custom cocktails and compatibility cards to help initiate conversations.
There will also be table settings of origami roses, an ‘aphrodisiac’ menu, and Bumble’ wing women’ to help guests socialise and offer relationship advice.
Meanwhile, Bumble will put on a Bumble Bar party for singles on 13th February in Whistler, Canada.
The event is free to all Bumble users and will include speciality cocktails, a photo booth and dance floor.
Bumble says the aim is to reduce the awkwardness of meeting potential partners, and reduce loneliness and fear of Valentine’s Day.
Three years ago this Valentine’s Day, Bumble hosted another single’s event at the London Eye during which ten men and women could mingle during the 30 minute ride in one of the Eye’s pods.
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