Get ready to rave (without the booze) at DAYBREAKER, bringing three hours of high energy dancing, boot camp and yoga sessions to Sydney.
Heading out for a night on the dance floor is something we’re all familiar with. From strapping on our best pair of heels to throwing down our hard-earned cash on endless rounds of drinks, dancing the night away tends to be a boozy, after-dark affair. But this month, an epic new party is set to turn all your assumptions about late-night raves on their head.
Say hello to DAYBREAKER, the morning dancing community uniting 500,000+ members across 28 cities around the world. The concept of this community is simple. Groups gather to kick start their day at sunrise with an epic dose of yoga and dancing. DAYBREAKER began back in 2013 in NYC, founded by entrepreneurs and good friends Radha Agrawal and Matt Brimer. The pair were frustrated with the nightlife in the city, and the expectation to overindulge in booze in order to have a good time. The idea was sparked to launch a morning dance party that celebrates the best of hitting the dance floor, and from there DAYBREAKERS was born.
Since landing in Oz in 2019, the DAYBREAKER Sydney community has continued to grow, hosting morning raves atop the Observation Deck of the Sydney Tower Eye and even inside the Sydney Opera House. And this month, the event is returning to Sydneysiders with the first-ever dance party in the Centennial Parklands Labyrinth on February 28th. Kicking off from 5:30am, expect three hours of active fun with yoga and boot camp sessions plus the iconic two-hour dance party from 6:30am to 8:30am.
To celebrate the start of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival, this DAYBREAKERS event will be a ONE LOVE celebration. Expect three-hours of high-energy activity to wake up the senses, with yoga flows with Emily Rogers plus boot camp sessions from the J’escapes crew plus a group mediation with Chibs Meditation. The party really kicks off with the dance rave from 6:30am, featuring Soul Of Sydney’s DJ Phil Toke, Mirrah on MC plus a host of live musicians, performers and more. Plus, punters will be treated to free non-alcoholic morning beverages, breakfast bites and more available (while they last).
DAYBREAKER Sydney kicks off on Friday, February 28th from 5:30am to 8:30am, with $1 from all ticket sales (from $38+bf) going towards the bushfire relief effort. To find out more and to book your spot, click here.