Free love dating site, award-winning free dating site - pioneering free dating since 1999
With tens of thousands of members in the UK, USA and all over the world, we're one of the premiere web sites for dating.
We're proud to have been offering our successful service free of charge ever since. One of the things that our members find surprising, is that they went in search of love, but found dozens of genuine lasting friendships as well.
Why not join us to find out what's going on in your area?
The meaning of Midsummer's Eve Finally a quick word about our name. Members propose a meetup - it could be a theatre trip, pub visit, walk in the country or anything really.
We were not set up as a business, but set up to try to make a genuine difference in people's lives.
How do we do this? Whilst other dating sites began charging extortionate prices for dating services, we decided to keep dating free.
There have been literally hundreds of meetups throughout the UK and all over Europe since we've been offering this service. No gimmicks, no overblown promises, no tricks - we offer the free dating services you really need to meet new people.
That's why we named our site Midsummer's Eve. Romance Whilst there's a lot going on, we have never forgotten the one thing that makes falling in love special - the sheer romance of it all.
Our philosophy is simple - Midsummer's Eve gives you: In fact folklore has it that charms and divinations, predictors of love, will work on this night alone. We're incurable romantics ourselves that's we set up a free dating site in the first place and we just love seeing relationships blossom, friendships form, and marriages result.
With thousands of marriages, dozens of babies born, hundreds and hundreds of new lasting friendships formed, we're your number one choice for finding friendship and love online. Friendship Whilst we're first and foremost a successful dating site, we also have pioneered the concept of social dating.
The site grew exponentially, with fantastic reviews in the Daily Mail, Mirror, Guardian, Cosmopolitan, Computer Weekly and many other publications.
Mainly through our fab meetups feature.