Dating an extroverted woman can lead to some wild times. She’ll love being out in crowded places interacting with tons of other people. Planning dates should be pretty easy, right? Well, not if you’re an introvert or a less enthusiastic extrovert. You don’t need to wrack your brain figuring out how to keep her happy. Planning dates for an extrovert can be pretty easy.
Most extroverts enjoy a good night of karaoke. Plan a date at a karaoke bar or club that’s well known and popular so that there’ll be a good crowd. If singing in front of others isn’t really your thing, arrange to head out with a group of friends so that you can remain in the audience while everyone else goes up to sing. Surprise your date ahead of time by checking to see if songs that you know she loves are available.
Arrange a weekend trip to a music festival to really win her over. Obviously, you’ll want to go to a festival where some of her favorite bands are playing. Or, you can be adventurous and head to a festival where neither of you are familiar with the bands. That way you’ll both be experiencing new music while having an awesome time.
Throw a Party
What better way to appear to her extroverted nature than by throwing a party? Invite all of your favorite friends, family, and coworkers. Have it outside of weather permits. Plan a simple meal, like barbecue or finger foods. Alcohol’s never a bad idea, either. If you want to really want to score big, make it a surprise party for her.
Concerts are pretty much always a good date idea. If you want the best experience, shell out the extra cash for floor tickets. If the venue permits, having a few drinks can really get you both in the mood to enjoy the show. Obviously you’ll want to see a band or artist you both enjoy, but if that’s not possible just suck it up and see someone she wants to see.
Take your date out for a night of clubbing. Pick a bar you both like to frequent or try something new and visit new bars. Keep it simple with just the two of you and make an effort to meet people or you can go out with a group of your friends. If you don’t like dancing, pick a busy bar so that you can get away with staying off the dance floor. Otherwise, pretend you’re having a good time and try not to embarrass yourself too badly.
Have a Friend’s Night
Hanging out at your place (or hers) with a group of friends can be just as much fun as heading out to the bar. Make it a movie night or play some board games. Drinks can be optional depending on the theme of the night. If the weather’s nice enough, spend time outside playing outdoor sports in the backyard.