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Morning Gloryville rave event coming to Toronto

Eat, sleep, rave, repeat isn't just a single by Fatboy Slim and Riva Starr any longer; it's a mantra that can become part of bona fide healthy lifestyle thanks to the influx of early-morning alcohol and drug-free raves popping up around the world, including in Toronto.

The London, U.K.-based Morning Gloryville is said to have fuelled this neon-filled fitness craze back in 2013. After expanding to big cities in Europe, Asia, Australia and North America, it'll finally make its way to Toronto on Wednesday, September 23.

Why get up at 6:30am to start dancing? The Morning Gloryville event, which will set you back around $25, promises free massages, yoga as well as smoothies, raw cacao and of course, coffee. DJ Dirty Decibels will provide the music.

Morning Gloryville will host its inaugural Toronto event at the Holy Trinity Church near Yonge and Dundas. But, this isn't the first pre-dawn rave in Toronto. In January, Brek-Fest held one at Wu Xing Studio and BreakfastClub throws monthly yoga dance parties at The Hoxton -- the next one is also scheduled for September 23.

Would you attend a pre-work, sober rave? And is it a travesty to refer events likes these as "raves?" Let us know in the comments.

Photo via Morning Gloryville


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