A few months back, we told you guys that Daybreaker, the giant early-morning yoga/dance party that travels to cities around the country, had announced they were officially coming to Philly. But they didn’t say when. Womp, womp. Now, though, we have an official date — but there’s a caveat. This event will be their Daybreaker Campus experience. Their first time in Philly will be for their new Daybreaker Campus experience, in conjunction with the Wharton School, on Tuesday, April 18th. (Yep, that’s next week!) And in case you hadn’t already figured it out, Daybreaker Campus is aimed at University students, so you do need to show ID to enter.
Here’s the deal: The early-morning fun is going down at Coda Nightclub at 17th and Walnut on Tuesday, April 18th, with yoga starting at 6:30 a.m. followed by a giant DJ-led dance party and breakfast — complete with free cold-pressed juice! — from 7:30 to 10 a.m. It’ll cost you $20 for the whole shebang or $10 if you just want to dance and chow down. As a bonus, all of the ticket proceeds from this event are going to CHOP.
You can snag your ticket here, then set your alarm for briiiiiight and early next week, my friends. And do note: The theme of the event is Leis and Rays, so feel free to dress accordingly, if you so please.
UPDATE 4/12, 12:29 p.m.: This post originally stated that this event was open to the public, but after telling us that this was open to the public, a spokesperson for Daybreaker has informed us that they’ve actually decided to keep this event students-only. Daybreaker will be contacting everyone who’s purchased tickets to inform them.
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