Lox Club, the dating app for people with “ridiculously high standards”, released their 2022 roster of club events, providing their community with unique IRL experiences, encouraging members to meet off-app, and introducing new people to the club.
“Lox Club’s ongoing commitment to IRL events solidifies its stake as a member-first app that creates immersive experiences for the community to meet off-app and face to face. With the overarching goal of helping down-to-earth and ambitious people who are ‘culturally Jewish’ meet each other, Lox Club’s events provide opportunities for attendees to potentially meet their soul-mate outside of a cringe-worthy, awkward, online dating app experience,” the release states.
“We know dating apps can be cringey, which is why we want to give our members the opportunity to attend IRL experiences & events to meet their potential match in person,” said CEO and founder Austin Kevitch.
“On the app, we give cheeky prompts, provide access to a matchmaker, and vet the authenticity and intention of every single applicant, but we know our community is also looking for real-life moments. This combination is what sets Lox Club apart from other apps out there, and allows us to interface with members IRL so we really get to know them, take their feedback to heart, and cater to what they want."
In order to bring these VIP experiences to fruition, Lox Club partners with Scott Rosenbluth of Craze, which will bring these full-scale activations to life. Each event will take place in one of Lox Club’s three current operating markets including New York, Los Angeles, and Miami with Austin, and TX launching this March.
These curated events reflect the interests of Lox Club members including concerts, happy hours, music festivals, and more (AKA not lame boring events), as well as fostering a fun environment to meet your soulmate!
The current schedule of events includes:
“We want to give our people what they want. After receiving an overwhelming amount of positive feedback last year from our members who attended our exclusive Lox Club parties, we are really looking forward to creating even more momentum this year. Our team has worked hard to organize events that are not just fun, but build a community, both on and off the app.” said Danielle Mackson, Head of Events at Lox Club.
Additional events will be added to Lox Club’s website, so stay tuned! Beginning on February 1st, pre-sale tickets for all February and March events will be available for purchase.
Photography by: Courtesy Lox Club, Evan Tang