The sunrise dance party that made its L.A. debut last month at Wurstkuche, returns Wednesday, October 15 at V Lounge in Santa Monica. To get a sense of what this morning rave craze is all about, take a look at our photos and video from the Daybreaker party in Venice.
Expect a similar situation involving super-charged DJ beats, live performances, complimentary coffee, juice, coconut water and granola bars. There's also mention of costumed characters joining in on the two-hour extravaganza that runs from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. Tickets are $25 each. Purchase yours here.
Caffeine, live music and positive vibes are the only stimulants at Daybreaker dance parties. It's the opposite of a typical clubbing experience – you leave lucid, invigorated and ready to start your day. It started in Williamsburg by creators Matthew Brimer and Radha Agrawal and so well received in New York, that it expanded to more cities including San Francisco, London, and now L.A.
So what should you wear? If you want to give elements of your Halloween costume a go, here's your chance. If you prefer a plain white tee and boardshorts, that's fine too. Just don't wear your fancy sheath dress on the dance floor if you're leaving straight for work. There's a lot of people jumping around holding green juice and coffee.