You have a child-like wonder and enthusiasm about the world.
As a result, you seek experiential highs vs substance highs. Dance floors trigger out-of-body experiences on par with smiley-faced tablets.
Your auditory cortex is hyper-wired to the part of the brain responsible for emotional processing giving the capability to feel music chills, called frisson. This is actually present in only about half of the human population.
Transcendent, psychophysiological moments of musical experience that have been shown to incorporate the same neural reward pathways as such visceral pleasures as food and sex. …a pleasurable sensation that is paradoxically both universal and variable.
Thrills, Chills, Frissons, and Skin Orgasms: Toward an Integrative Model of Transcendent Psychophysiological Moments in Music, by Harrison & Loui at Wesleyan University
You have an appreciation of beauty that is central to what makes us human.
And frisson is that appreciation, supercharged. These existentially transcendent musical experiences are amplified in the presence of crowds and social bonding; communal participation is the frisson bull-horn that you seek.
A child-like wonder also fuels an insatiable curiosity. You frequently try new things. Curiosity killed the cat – you’ve already burned through five lives and are planning the sixth.
And as a host, you worry about your friends as much as (if not more) than yourself.
Will everyone enjoy themselves? Will everyone be dancing?
I’ve got it from here, thank you. Go have fun. I’m the captain now.