TU B'AV: The Jewish Day Of Love - Singles & Couples Rooftop Event
(Tuesday) 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Jacquard Hotel
222 Milwaukee Street
Get ready for an evening filled with love, music, and mingling with other like-minded individuals at The Jacquard Rooftop Pool in Cherry Creek. Whether you’re looking
Get ready for an evening filled with love, music, and mingling with other like-minded individuals at The Jacquard Rooftop Pool in Cherry Creek. Whether you’re looking for a new romantic partner or just want to make new friends, this event is the perfect opportunity to do so.
Tu B’Av was almost unnoticed in the Jewish calendar for many centuries, but it has been rejuvenated recently, and we’re bringing it to you here in Denver!
What To Wear?
Singles: Please wear elegant WHITE attire to signal your single status (You will receive a tag with a number so you can leave messages to other singles on our “Love Message Board”
Couples: Please wear elegant non-white attire
What Is Tu B’Av?
Tu B’Av also known as the Jewish Valentine’s Day served as a matchmaking day for unmarried women in the Second Temple period when single women would dress in white during the full moon and dance in vineyards to signal their status as being eligible for marriage. It’s been written that Tu B’Av was one of the only times a year that the 12 tribes of Israel would intermingle, making Tu B’Av the original celebration of interfaith marriage and the ultimate matchmaking day!
21+ event / Cash bar
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