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Modern Love: Pitch-Your-Friend

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The Collective Seattle

400 Dexter Avenue North

Seattle, WA 98109

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❤️ Seattle locals presenting slideshow decks to pitch their besties to a room full of prospective dates. ❤️

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If you're looking for love — or just trying to help/laugh with a romantically frustrated friend — come join The Evergrey and The Collective for our hilarious new dating show, Modern Love: Pitch-Your-Friend.

Hosted by the delightful Alanna Francis (or as we call her, our "Cupid of the PNW"), we'll invite locals up to the stage to "pitch" a single friend of theirs to the crowd. After the five-minute presentation, there will be a short audience Q&A before the single friend is sent back into the wild to a sea of prospective suitors.

Do you have that friend who just doesn't seem to find the love they deserve? Put them up on the dating block and submit an application here to tell us why they are so great! Submissions will be accepted through April 2nd.

Looking for a date, or just a laugh? Grab a ticket and come join the fun. This event is open to people of all gender and sexual identities looking for all types of love, so you never know who you'll meet here. ❤️

The Collective is an urban basecamp for the mind, body and soul. A vibrant, members-only community that merges dynamic space, neat social programs and craveable food in the heart of South Lake Union.

Evergrey members, you get a $5 discount for this event. Not a member? Let’s change that! Start your Evergrey membership today to unlock discounts to Seattle experiences and support your local newsletter.

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The Collective Seattle

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