Almost two thirds of people who "party or used to party" believe you're never too old to stop raving, a new survey has found.
Surveying 1,000 people, New York based ticketing platform TickPick asked questions ranging from when is too old to go bar hopping to when is too old to rave.
When it comes to raving, 45% of people surveyed shared that they believed you're never too old to stop raving, and 42% of people think you should never stop going to clubs.
The survey found that 44 is the average age that people believe they should stop going out altogether.
Last year, a survey by Barclaycard showed that raving makes you happier, healthier and more successful.
Read the full results from TickPick's survey here.
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