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Yesterday morning.

Somewhere in Meath.


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And breathe.

You may recall the controversial booze-free, yoke-lite early morning Morning Gloryville yoga rave last July at the YogaHub studios on Camden Place in Dublin.


On Wednesday, they celebrated their first birthday at Hangar, Andrew’s Lane in Dublin 2 – with help from electronic fiddler Daithí Ó Draonaí (third pic from bottom) and assorted carnie folk.

Par-tay, in fairness.

Pics: Humans of Dublin via Morning Gloryville Dublin

Previously: While You Were Sleeping

Peter Varga Photography

Dancers at YogaHub
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This morning.

No yokes just yoga.

Beth Casey writes~:

“We hosted the MorningGloryVille early morning rave today from 6.30 – 10.30am in our brand spanking new YogaHub studios on Camden Place, Dublin It was drugs and alcohol free, we had over 250 early morning ravers, there was yoga, massage therapists, smoothies, green juices, coffee and loads of food….”


As An Talamh: Notes On Rave In Dublin directed by James Redmond. Coming soon.

On any given weekend thousands of people, regardless of age or social class, party to underground dance music in Dublin city.

Over the next six months Dublin Community TV will be working on a two part documentary to capture the raw energy and labours of love that keep us buzzing each weekend. Part one will go right back to the old-skool.

The emergence of our original rave nation, the people, clubs, labels and pirates that broke ground for repetitive beats in the city.

(Thanks Charlie Doran)