Daybreaker is a morning dance community of 500,000+ members in 28 cities around the world that inspires humans to start their day unlike any other—by waking up and dancing in iconic spaces, sober, first thing in the morning. Click here for ticketing information.
The San Francisco chapter promotes:
- Wellness: Sweat, eat and drink with intention
- Camaraderie: Open your heart and connect with people
- Self-Expression: Be your gloriously unabashed self
- Mindfulness: Be here now
- Mischief: Break the rules with love
“I can do things you cannot.
You can do things I cannot;
together we can do great things.”
Daybreaker chose the theme “Togetherness” to shine a light on the importance of belonging, friendship, and real social connections to support a meaningful life — and to heal the world.
On this stop, Daybreaker will be dancing in Thrive City — because it’s already a community meeting place we know and love, filled with SF pride. You already know we got you on the dance floor, plus we’re hosting some of our favorite community catalysts to activate you — Elliott will be on the mic and we’ve got tons of little surprises along the way.
We promise to deliver memories to bond us and music to heal us. All you have to do is wake up & show up — for yourself and each other.
See you on the dance floor!
Event Highlights Include:
Blissful Morning Yoga Class
Sober Dance Party
- Guest DJ’s and musicians will serve up music that will get the party started and going
Healthy Bites and Beverages
- Health drinks and food samples packed with a healthy dose of vitamins, minerals, and whole-food sourced ingredients.
Prohibited Items & Activities at Thrive City:
- No Weapons of any kind
- No Alcohol brought on plaza
- All Pets^ on a leash
- No Coolers
- No Lawn Chairs
- No Panhandling, solicitation, or loitering
- No Smoking of any kind
- No Amplified sound
- No Drones
- No Bicycles, skateboards, roller blades or scooters (bicycles can be locked at any rack on streets around the venue)
- No Motorized vehicles
- No Pamphlets or product samples
- No Overnight camping
- No Tents
- All Garbage, bottles, cans, paper, or other waste matter should be placed in designated trash and recycling receptacles
- No Trespassing when Thrive City is closed
- Any other prohibited items, activity, or behaviors deemed unsafe, or unacceptable by Chase Center Management
^^Exception certified service animals as defined by US Dept of Justice, Civil Rights Division