Tinder wants you to find love or whatever at Bonnaroo – CNET

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Maybe love will be in the air at your next music festival — along with confetti, smoke and body odor. 


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Tinder wants to make it easier to find more than your favorite bands at music festivals this year. 

Starting Tuesday, the swipe-based dating app is rolling out Festival Mode, which allows you to stick a badge on your profile up to three weeks before the event. The idea is you’ll be able to match and chat with other festival-goers.

“We consistently see a spike in Tinder use as tens of thousands of music fans come together, so we wanted to create a new experience that makes it easier to connect with other concert-goers before even setting foot on festival grounds,” Jenny Campbell, Tinder’s chief marketing officer, said in a statement.

Just don’t drop your phone in the mud at Bonnaroo. 

The eligible festivals are produced by Live Nation and AEG. Here are the participating festivals:

  • EDC Las Vegas                      
  • Hangout Music Fest
  • All Points East (UK)
  • Governors Ball
  • Parklife (UK)
  • Bonnaroo
  • Firefly
  • British Summer Time (UK)
  • Lovebox (UK)
  • Faster Horses
  • Hard Summer
  • EDC Orlando

 

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