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There’s a new South American drug hitting the 
Sydney party scene, but it’s not what you think!

Cocaine has long been the drug of choice for Sydney’s party elite, but there’s a new substance that the kids these days are into, and while it shares its New World origins with cocaine, and can also be snorted, is a lot less potent and a lot more legal!

We’re talking about cacao, that Peruvian bean that has taken over the world and has given us chocolate, and the rise in ‘conscious’ cacao dance parties which aim to meet the needs of those wanting to experience the fun and oblivion of a big night out without the after effects to their body, mind and spirit.


Event organiser Mason Taylor, CEO of SuperFeast, is no stranger to these kinds of events, though he’s set the stakes high for his next venture, recently announcing the ‘Aztec Gold’ Raw Cacao Dance Party to be co-hosted by celebrity nutritionist and cacao expert David ‘Avocado’ Wolfe and held March 4, 2017, 6:30 pm at Marrickville Town Hall.

Mason brought the world’s biggest raw cacao dance party to Sydney in 2013 with over 500 people in attendance, and is back to see if he can break his own record, aiming for cacao-happy 700 partygoers at this next event.


Everyone knows that chocolate makes us feel great, and that’s why punters love it at dance parties, claiming an energy boost with every raw cacao elixir that keeps them raging all night long, without the comedown or hangover of the more common party drugs and alcohol.

Not just energising, in it’s raw state, cacao is one of the best super foods on the planet for opening the heart, relaxing the body (via its high levels of magnesium) and feeding the feel-good neurotransmitters in the brain.

According to David ‘Avocado’ Wolfe (author of the book Naked Chocolate), cacao has over 143 active components or phytonutrients in each bean).

Cacao can open up over 300 different elimination and detoxification pathways and is jam packed with neurotransmitters like serotonin, tryptophan, dopamine, anandamide and phenylethymide (commonly know as ‘the love chemicals’ or ‘the bliss chemicals’ because they interact with your brain to help elevate your mood.


You can expect an abundance of raw organic chocolate from Australian revolutionary raw chocolatiers Pana Chocolate (did you know Pana recently bumped Cadbury’s out as the chocolate of choice for a major Australian sports stadium?) and the opportunity to try cacao ‘snuff’ via a specially designed tool first created for a Rolling Stone magazine party.

Guests will also enjoy whole plant-foods provided by Sadhana Kitchen and raw vegan cacao elixirs provided SuperFeast, a purveyor of new-wave superfoods medicinal mushrooms, and the business that made acai famous, Amazonia.

In line with cacao’s South American origins, the theme is Aztec Gold; cacao was once currency in the Old World and partygoers are encouraged to douse themselves in glitter, gold bodypaint, bling, hotpants, or whatever else their heart desires, so long as they come ready to sparkle and shimmy their way into the early hours.

Guests will be treated to a live set from Central Coast-based festival favourites The Rhythm Hunters, a cacao ceremony with celebrity nutritionist and cacao shaman David ‘Avocado’ Wolfe (visiting Australia as a part of his multi-city tour), Triibal Movement with Shen Sismanoglu and electronic DJ set, with Azaya.

Other highlights include body-painting, Mayan massage angels, fire goddess Bella Fuego, a shamanic opening ceremony and sacred sound journey.

Tickets are on sale now. Pre-sale $40. On the door $50. 
Concession $30. Kids (over 6) $20.
Doors open 6:30 pm - midnight.
Saturday March 4, 2017. 
Marrickville Town Hall 303 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville.
21 February, 2017 by Mason Taylor

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