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Early morning "raves" coming to Toronto

All the best rave memories come from grimy warehouse sunrises when you're sixteen years old, hugging sober and bleary eyed security guards and staggering outside, plastic beads clicking against each other, to catch the bus home - the same bus productive adult members of society are riding to school and work.

But this is a new world, you've exchanged your Alex Grey posters for nondescript condo-appropriate decor, and your memories need an update. Brek-Fest is about to land in Toronto, touting itself as a pre-work, London rave inspired fitness program. I mean, of course this is a thing.

Modelling itself on Morning Gloryville, which has found success in other cities and the huge appetites of urban dwellers for both fitness and EDM, Brek-Fest starts up its drug and alcohol free den of calorie burning from 6:30AM-10:30am tomorrow, January 22, at Wu Xing Studio (upper level), 374 Dupont Street. Dress code, I assume, is as neon as you can manage pre-coffee, but maybe skip the pasties.

Photo via Morning Gloryville

Correction: an earlier version of this post stated the program is upstairs at Blast, which is incorrect.


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