Daybreaker’s Peace Tour Hits Faena Miami Beach

Imagine a sight of 1,000 people, all sober, dancing on the sandy beaches of Faena Miami Beach as the sun begins to rise. Dressed in white, with white doves flying around them as a symbol of peace, this is the reality of Daybreaker. This dawn dance party has been making a global impact in the past ten years. The first six months of this journey are referred to as the “Peace Tour,” shares founder, Radha Agrawal, who chats from Costa Rica. “I aimed to create a different perspective to the typical nightlife, one that focused on integrating health, well-being, and a vibrant dance culture, that often fall victim to drug and alcohol misuse,” says Agrawal as she speaks about the initiation of this beloved dance movement. She hosts parties in the mornings, a time when people are typically alone, even though it’s the time when they are most energetic and crave social connections. These events are devoid of alcohol but offer healthy refreshments such as green juice, coffee, tea, and wholesome breakfast snacks included in the entry fee. Participants practice yoga for the first hour, followed by two hours of dancing. The day concludes with a ceremony and performance to acknowledge the participants’ bonds. During the Peace Tour, they advocate and ask for support for peace organizations. They conduct a “heart coherence moment,” encouraging everyone to connect and release positive energy into the world. Daybreaker is collaborating with the University of California, Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center to illustrate that collective dancing modifies brain chemistry and enhances social bonds. Agrawal reveals that they hope this study will influence doctors to advise patients suffering from loneliness, depression, and anxiety to partake in collective dancing, similar to recommendations for yoga or walks in nature. At the end of the year, Daybreaker with transition into a “Purple Tour,” aimed at promoting voting by emphasizing unity and shared values. As a nonpartisan organization, they aim to eliminate the fear associated with elections through activities like voter registration, to encourage civic participation. Born in Canada to immigrant parents, Agrawal is now a naturalized American. “We aim to bring out the vote in a joyous manner,” she adds, “and remind ourselves what a wonderful country America is.” Daybreaker. To be held on Sunday, February 11, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Faena Miami Beach, 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; Tickets are available for purchase between $29 and $40 on daybreaker.com.

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