The Only Sober Rave You Need In Your Life
| 6th June 2016
Ever thought of waking up early to attend a healthy SOBER rave? Morning Gloryville, a unique, immersive morning dance experience that’s turned clubbing on it’s head. Bringing together hundreds of people around the world every month to dance, stretch, relax and revitalize before facing the working day ahead. The new global rave movement comes to Manchester on the 8th June 2016 at Gorilla.
Morning Gloryville is not about dancing or prancing, it’s about breakfast raving; bringing the same sense of euphoria, ecstasy and oneness, only you’re completely sober, awake, conscious and authentic.
The early morning sober dance party, was born in London in May 2013. It has spread to 23 cities around the world starting the global rave-olution; and is finally coming to Manchester!
The trailblazer in conscious clubbing, Morning Gloryville has tapped into a shift towards awareness and wholesome human experiences.
Morning Gloryville revitalizes the body and soul. It creates a space where there is no judgement and everyone is celebrated. At Morning Gloryville, bRavers shake off their inhibitions, unleash their raw authentic selves and dance into the world feeling empowered, with more zest for life and faith in humanity.
Morning Gloryville brings people together from all ages and walks of life. Fun, spontaneity and playfulness abound at Morning Gloryville. Adults rediscover the natural highs they experienced as kids, dance, and unite in a powerful surge of joyful positive energy and love. We add value to our communities.
Wondering what to expect from Morning Gloryville? With each ticket, you get morning wake up hugs, a free yoga zone, free wake up massage station, superfood smoothie bar, organic coffee kiosk, healthy breakfast bites, motivational dance teams as well as the best superstar DJ’s. See you on the dancefloor!
Buy Advanced Tickets Here plus more on the door.
Adult Tickets: £14
OAP/ Students/ Teens (13-19): £10
Children (7-12) £5
Under 6’s Free
(Ear Defenders are required for the little ones)