How Each Zodiac Sign Likes To Party, According To An Astrologer

As the greats Bill and Ted once said, “Party on Dudes!”

Summer is here and rising temperatures are linked to a peak in socializing. As we move away from social restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and towards increased in-person interactions, the young among us are aiming to say yes.

A new survey by OnePoll and Mattress Firm asked 2,000 Americans about their summer plans, and two out of three respondents said they would be the busiest they’ve ever been.

And they have only themselves to blame with 67% of Gen Z respondents and 65% of millennials admitting to having overbooked, with 68% of attendees responding to nearly every event they attend. are invited this season.

Whether it’s a craving for human interaction, the ability to wear seersucker, or free booze, the average person’s calendar already includes three weddings, three birthday parties, and three vacations in family, among other events.

And because we like to punish ourselves for the promise of pleasure; 62% of respondents know they will be exhausted from their travels. However, 73% think they will sleep better in hotels. In fact, 75% of people surveyed said they felt more rested than usual when waking up away from home. It’s unclear if this refresh is relative to waking up next to a hot, disheveled stranger or in a bed with better linens.

Either way, praise summer, may your day be well spent and your parties worth it. Go ahead and rage with our guide to the best way for each zodiac sign to revel.

ARIES (March 21 – April 19)

break up party

An Aries celebrates personal independence by burning the memories of an ex.

For Aries, a sign that values ​​action and independence, a breakup party is an ideal way to come together instead of falling apart. The occasion also invites a pep talk/and/or a battle cry for celibacy, corrective debauchery and, if they’re lucky, the opportunity to create a bonfire on the lawn of romantic artifacts. , personal effects and unlucky bed sheets.

TAURUS (April 20 – May 20)

Having dinner

Group of mature adults gathered around a dining table outdoors.  Outdoor dining.
A Taurus indulges in soft light and strong alcohol.
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A traditional dinner best suits the needs and preferences of Taurus; food is guaranteed, the opportunity to gauge others’ tastes in interior design is present, and the likelihood of them being home, pantsless in their own bed at midnight is high.

GEMINI (May 21 – June 20)

To taste

ALICE IN WONDERLAND, Mad Hatter, Alice, March Hare, Dormouse, 1951
Favorite: The Mad Hatter was a Gemini.

I have it on my own authority that the Mad Hatter was unequivocally a Gemini. For the sign that likes to spill some, there’s no better party than a tea party. Famously non-committal, Geminis would rather talk than eat, which makes a midday gathering of little crustless sandwiches and idle gossip absolutely ideal.

CANCER (June 21 – July 22)


An over the shoulder photo of a small group of friends arriving at a housewarming party, they brought gifts for their host.
A Cancer arrives, succulent in hand and notice at hand, at a housewarming party.
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Cancer rules the fourth house of home and ancestry, making a housewarming party a smart choice for socializing. Hoarders and teleshopping enthusiasts, Cancer suns can give back a number of unnecessary sentimental trinkets that slowly suffocate them. George Forman Grill or unopened margarita machine? Send it.

LEO (July 23 – August 22)

Birthday party

A birthday party with balloons and silly string.
Leos are built for birthdays, theirs and others.
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Once my sister Leo gave me a card saying “If it can’t be my birthday, I want it to be yours”, this feeling is distilled by leonine energy. The sign rules the fifth house of creativity, and plays and while they like to celebrate themselves, they are adept at pleasing others as well.

VIRGO (August 23 – September 22)

Paint and sip

Photo of a smiling mature woman taking painting lessons with her friends at a local art studio;  connect with friends over a glass of wine and learn to paint together.
A Virgo marvels at their own skill.
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Long the province of desperate housewives and pedestrians posing as French, paint-and-sip events offer Virgos an opportunity to show their superiority when it comes to bettering given instructions and executing clean lines.

LIBRA (September 23 – October 22)


Wedding party in the garden.
Libras love love but shy away from commitment, making someone else’s wedding the perfect pastime.
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As a sign of partnership, Libra delights in exchanged vows and overpriced floral arrangements from others. Well-behaved and purposefully pretty, they make ideal wedding guests, always ready with a nice toast, a last-minute evening dress adjustment, or some discreet handiwork.

SCORPIO (October 23 – November 21)

bachelor/bachelorette party

Women celebrate a bachelorette party.
A nest of Scorpions toasts the upcoming nuptials using cum-enriched champagne.
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For the sign that represents the threshold between the worlds, the rights of initiation into marriage take on a special meaning. Scorpio is ruled by Pluto, planet of death and regeneration, and there is no one more apt to commemorate the end of celibacy. According to Scorpio, these rites may include bloodletting, velvet robes, group sex or manicures/pedicures, matching pajamas, and mini-golf.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22 – December 21)


Group of smiling friends traveling on a yacht and drinking champagne.
Sagittarians are called on the high seas but will settle in local ports if necessary.
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Mind expanding, knowledge drinking and adventure, Sagittarius is the sign aligned with seeking and heaven knows they can’t take to the high seas to fulfill their dreams of ethical piracy, a boat moored at dusk with rum punch, EDM, Swedish meatballs. and eye patches should suffice.

CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 19)

Networking event

Happy businessmen and women with champagne flutes at successful office party.
A Capricorn valiantly tries to amuse himself under the oppressive hum of office lighting.
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A Capricorn is primarily concerned with meeting like-minded people with whom they can form mutually beneficial alliances or exploit them for personal gain. These people party with objective and come armed with poker faces, embossed business cards and a pocket full of Ayn Rand quotes.

AQUARIUS (January 20 – February 18)


Smiling friends entering backyard party with trays of food
For water carriers, a potluck ensures that responsibilities are met as well.
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Future-focused and community-oriented (even though they think they’re better than everyone else), there’s a utopian idealism to Aquarius energy. In a perfect world, food and labor are divided equally between loving, free people who have the common decency to consider peanut allergies and return Tupperware to its rightful owner.

PISCES (February 19 – March 20)

Pool party

A smiling and laughing group of friends are having a pool party in the garden on a summer evening.
A school of Pisces in their favorite environment.
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Pisces like to be near water, wear next to nothing, feel weightless, and get drunk in the afternoon, which makes a pool party a perfect way for them to spend a weekend or a night. summer of fun.

Astrology 101: Your Guide to the Stars

Astrologer Reda Wigle irreverently researches and reports on planetary configurations and their effect on each sign of the zodiac. His horoscopes incorporate history, poetry, pop culture and personal experience. She is also an accomplished writer who has profiled a variety of artists and performers, as well as chronicling many of her experiences on her travels. Among the many intriguing topics she’s covered are graveyard etiquette, her love for dive bars, Cuban Airbnbs, a ‘girls guide’ to strip clubs and the ‘weirdest’ foods. available abroad.

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