I woke up at dawn to dance sober for 3 hours before work - and I've already signed up to do it again
Daybreaker for Business Insider
But on a recent morning, I decided to toss tradition to the wind and awaken at the ripe hour of 5 a.m. - so I could head to a rave.
Yes, a rave.
The 3-hour morning party, known as Daybreaker, is part of what its creators call a "movement" in 16 cities including San Francisco, Seattle, Paris, and Tokyo.
The sunrise soirée involves no alcohol or drugs. And did I mention it starts with an hour-long yoga class?
"Our goal was to create a safe space where people could sweat and express themselves - really let their hair down and let go," Daybreaker's co-founder, 38-year-old Radha Agrawal, told Business Insider. "We said let's replace all the negative, dark stuff about nightclubs with light, positive stuff."
Here's what it was like.
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