All morning is a party
Posted by Ágnes Taraszovics · Jan 27, 2015

The all-night party is not unusual, but one starting at dawn?

Now that one either, thanks to the Pesthajnal (“Pest Dawn”) team. On last Wednesday of each month we can have a real lazy-crazy experience if we manage to wake up some hours earlier than usual. Pesthajnal gives exactly the same thing that its name promises: an activating dance party early morning in Budapest, with yoga, massage, dance and music, but without alcohol.

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Since it’s the fun of the working people, don’t expect some boisterous goa party: rather a kind of cozy breakfast, music, massage, lots of fun, lots of food and drink and pleasant conversation. Depending on our temperament, it could be anything from a real morning workout (even with change of clothes: there is a cloakroom, so either office staff should not be worried about) to a nice brunch with friends and colleagues.

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Wednesday has not considered as a classic party day until now, but that has to be changed. It is better to write down 28 January to your calendar. Admission is free, but registration is required: http://www.pesthajnal.hu/#regisztracio. The party lasts from 6:30-9:30 in the morning, yet it’s unknown where will the even be (it depends on the number of registrants), but we would guess something casually cool, charming, downtown location.

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The organizers expect everyone who wants to recharge before work and cheerfully, energetically explode to their work place when everyone has lined up as a zombie in front of the coffee machine. As the slogan says: show fig sign to apathy!

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