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The majority of people have heard of raves Raves have been around for quite some time the popularity and size of them growing rapidly over the years The sad fact is that many of those who have heard of raves have absolutely no clue what they really are The only knowledge held by most people about raves is what they have watched on 2020 or other such programs Unfortunately the reporters running the programs havent the slightest clue themselves as to the reality of raves They are not ravers frequent rave attendees rather lost reporters in an environment they know nothing about They give false information and give opinions on something before they fully understand whats going on Their falsified information then stretches out to the public giving them a first impression based on someone elses lies Usually the reporters find the most extreme cases to base their opinions on rather than looking at the party as a whole These misconceptions and lies must be cleared up to allow raves to continue without being trapped in the dark The first misconception to be cleared up is that a rave is a drug party A rave has nothing to do with drugs Raves are about music lights and dancing Raves are comparable to concerts Ravers go to the parties for the awesome display of talent from djs across the world Rather than playing live music these djs manipulate vinyl records in a way that can get anyones head bouncing and feet moving Accompanying these elite djs are some of the finest lighting available Thousands of dollars are put into the lighting for a single party utilizing state of the art technology such as image displaying lasers At a personal level glow sticks are sold at many of the parties for people to dance with and put on light shows of their own With a lineup of to djs and lighting out of this world one
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