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Rave Girls You See At Every Festival

Rave girls come in all forms! Well, maybe not all forms. Nine forms. Here they are ranked in order of nothing in particular.

The Girl Who’s Practically Naked

Two rave girls wearing tiny vinyl pasties over their nipples, small bikini bottoms, and nothing else.


Pasties and teeny tiny panties. If you put a band-aid on her later, you’d instantly double the amount of skin she’s got covered up.

The Manic Pixie Dream Girl

Holy shit, look out! You’re likely to get a black eye from any number of flailing limbs and swinging braids.

The Manic Pixie Dream Girl on the Last Day of the Festival

They chanted “Eat Sleep Rave Repeat” for 48 hours straight but forgot to follow the first half of the mantra. Seen with: Friends holding their hair back while they dry-heave. Not seen with: A water source, food receipts.

The Vaguely Girl-Shaped Pile of Kandi

Contrary to popular belief, there IS a girl somewhere underneath that LEGO factory’s worth of plastic!

The Girl Who Spent Ten Hours At The Mirror

Fun Fact: A rave destroys makeup faster than Bassnectar destroys a crowd. Tear-streaks are practically guaranteed to be an unexpected addition to any super complicated makeup job by the end of the night.

The Walking Glitter Bomb

A girl with copious amounts of glitter covering her eyes and even her hair.

If you wore your favorite shirt to the rave, you need to seriously consider if you’ll like it more covered in glitter before you awkwardly grind on one of these rave girls.

The Girl That’s PLUR’D the F*** Out

You can stop looking for Molly, you found her. The human embodiment of her anyway.

The Girl Who Thought A Jacket Was Enough For A Winter Rave

A jacket and fuzzy boots only do so much when it’s snowing outside. Look for her at any New Year’s Eve rave huddled in the middle of the warmest, sweatiest mosh pit she can find. Ok, maybe you won’t find this rave girl at every festival.

The Rave Besties

No, they don’t act like this outside of the festival. Yes, they can see you staring.

Did I miss your favorite (or least favorite) type of rave girl? Is there some rare unicorn you’ve seen once and wish you could find (or pray you’ll never cross paths with) again? Put it all in the comments!

Rave Dancing Journey Guy Fawkes Masks

Wobbleland Stole My Guy Fawkes Masks! (Other Than That It Was A Good Time)

So, Wobbleland was my first rave in the Bay Area. I was super impressed by the lineup, especially Rezz, who went from unknown to a must-see!

But something not so chill happened last night, my rave dancing fam. I had to let go of the first two Guy Fawkes masks I ever made.

Rave Dancing Journey Mask no 1     Rave Dancing Journey Mask no 1

Rave Dancing Journey Guy Fawkes Masks

RIP In Pieces, you magnificent bastards

No, they were not lost. They were taken.

Turns out masks weren’t allowed in to event, and I wasn’t about to take a Lyft to my house and back then wait in line again! My only option was to leave them with security at the front of the venue.

At 2am, two travesties happened. Snails was cut off at 2:00am without so much as a warning to wrap up his set, and my masks were nowhere to be seen. The security guards outside had changed shifts, and no one had even seen my anonymous rave dancing facades.  One of the guards caused a lot of trouble by selling GA wristbands under the table that night. Coincidence? Probably. But to me, if there’s someone in some far off rave dancing anonymously with an ill-gotten mask, I’ll take it as a complement on my handi-work.

Take it easy,



So I’m in need of a replacement, and I’m thinking of just buying a mask on Amazon since they’re cheap. Which one do you guys like better, option 1, or option 2? Vote now in the comments if you give a shit!

Rave Dancing Journey Possible Guy Fawkes Mask Option 1

Option 1

Rave Dancing Journey Possible Guy Fawkes Mask Option 1

Option 2

Hello, World!

Hey, this is Feezy. Welcome to my blog! I started this to keep track of the raves I go to, show off some of the EL wire projects I work on, and share the progress I make on my rave dancing journey. I mean, that’s the name of the blog, right? Rave dancing for me doesn’t get much more complicated than fist pumping and head banging, but I’m hoping to change that before EDC this year. I’ll post some reviews of rave dancing courses, books, and some free videos I find so you can improve your skills too.

Take care!