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Popular ‘Daybreaker’ morning dance party coming to Austin


The morning dance party craze that’s swept the nation is finally making its way to Austin.

Daybreaker is headed to the Whole Foods rooftop downtown in May featuring food, yoga, coffee and music from some of Austin’s top local acts.

The event will start at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, May 3 with a “gardenside” yoga session with Sukha Yoga Austin, followed by a dance party from 7 to 9 a.m. with DJ Manny and Austin hip hop duo Riders Against the Storm.

Whole Foods will also provide breakfast to ticketholders. 

Tickets start at $15 for an early-bird ticket to just the dance portion of the event (regular tickets are $20) and $30 for yoga and dance. There’s also an option for discounted group tickets. You can purchase tickets here.

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