A pre-work rave returned to Brighton seafront yesterday morning.
Morning Gloryville, an early-morning clubbing event, kicked off at Digital Brighton in the Kings Road Arches at 6.30am.
More than 300 clubbers “raved their way into the day” for the launch at Shooshh in the arches on June 20.
Almost the same number of “rave-olutionaries” turned out this time to dance the morning away with sunshine and smoothies.
Sam Moyo, the founder, who studied at the University of Brighton, said: “We’ve launched all over the world and it’s been quite chaotic but good chaos.”
“I used to party wildly but wanted to set something up a bit more mindful.
“We're showing people an alternative way of clubbing.
“It's about embracing pure joy and allowing ourselves to play even though we’re adults.”