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Secret Sunrise Cape Town Edition
Start your day the right way, with beauty, sunshine, music and dance at a secret hot spot
They say that the way you start your day sets the tone for its remainder. It follows that if you wake up to watch the sunrise, whilst dancing your metaphorical feet off then the next few hours will be pretty darn glorious. And that’s exactly why you should make your way to the next Secret Sunrise celebration with No Danger Diaries, happening on Thursday, 10 March at a secret location.
It works like this: you buy a ticket. You get an email 24 hours before the event revealing its location. You set your alarm for an early morning wake up call, and make your way to the venue by 6:30am, whilst brushing your hair/ teeth in the car and eating your cereal en route. You arrive, and get your wireless headphones on. And then you dance, dance, dance like nobody is watching as the great orb in the sky makes its steady ascent to replace the moon. You meet cool people, have a blast, and have a happy heart and aching toes by the time the sun has fully risen and you make your way to the office.
Described as ‘pre-work sunrise goodness’, this event is all about getting groovy and #SharingTheJoy. Aside from the headphones, there’ll also be cold-pressed juices on offer to kick-start morning revellers’ metabolisms.
TICKETS TO THE 2016 SECRET SUNRISE CAPE TOWN EVENT
Limited tickets are available for this event from Quicket.co.za. Early bird tickets are R100p/p, whilst general tickets ate R120p/p, and Share the Joy tickets (which include a donation to make a difference) are R140p/p. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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