If you see a girl wearing a skirt in a funky color who also is wearing an iridescent purple wig, a tee shirt and furry boots, you just might see someone on their way to a rave. Some of the attendees of raves dress even more outlandish. There are even websites that cater to selling rave gear from outfits to body worn lights. The urban dance phenomenon has all kinds of people and all kinds of events popping up in mostly in urban environments. Though it is probably good to not go to a rave held in an abandoned building, some professionally organized raves with proper security are another option.
Raves can be organized by any group or even an individual. All that is needed is an open space out of earshot of anyone who might complain of the loud music and electricity for the music. Lighting and bathroom facilities are an option of the more risky raves. The same atmosphere of an old style urban rave can be recreated in a rented space that is compliant with fire safety rules, and also has proper staffing, security and bathrooms. A pro organized rave is likely going to have an accompanying ticket fee, but is also likely to be safer to attend.
Every generation has something that associated with music, dance and outlandish or even garish looking costumes. Raves are no exception. Pretty much everything goes from the tasteful to the odd when it comes to clothing, footwear and jewelry and other accessories for raves. Lights that can be worn are very popular for raves. The dance floor and surrounding areas of traditional raves are not well illuminated making body worn lights both interesting to look at and even a safety item. Even at commercial raves the body worn lighting is still popular. Glow sticks and battery powered led lights that can be worn as accessories to rave clothing are popular items.