Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey

Exterminate! Exterminate! the Daleks screamed, as they started shooting out the speakers one by one. The sound started to fade, and the ravers grew restless. With The Doctor off on a bender somewhere, who was going to save them?

It was then that a quiet tune could be heard, the volume slowly increasing. Was that the low murmur of a bagpipe? As the sound continued to increase, a single light focused on the stage, though the figure stood, silhouetted. The bagpipes reached a feverish pitch, sounds of Braveheart blasting throughout time and space, and the beat dropped, bathing the venue in light, and we could see the man who dared stand up and save the rave. The one, the only…

JOEY RIOT! [UK]
UK Hardcore

He raised his fist in the air and punched the volume, infuriating the Daleks with his defiance. But he alone could not stop them! But slowly a new sound could be heard – another brave DJ has emerged, bringing with him a upbeat and bouncy makina sound. As the pianos and hoovers became ever more prevalent you could suddenly see his face. It was

Lou Cabrasi! [USA]
Happy Hardcore/Makina

Having heard of the trouble the Toronto ravers were in, he boldly packed his trusty choons and made the long trek from the United States of Hardcore, eager to do what he could to save the night.

As more and more synth lines joined the fray, reinforcements arrived from our Nation’s Capital:

DJ Emm!
Epic Trance

Knowing this was a battle of epic proportions, Emm brought with him only his most epic of records, knowing that the only way to make this night a success would be to sway the Daleks over with his energetic sound and pacifying harmonies.

But still, it wasn’t enough! The sound started to dim, and the lights started to come on. Was that it? Is the rave over already? What this party needed was some more power! Some more energy – specifically 1.21 gigawatts worth! Fortunately, they were in luck! With the roar of an engine and the screeching of tires, a DeLorean burst into the room, showering the Daleks with rubble. The gullwing door opened, revealing the newest reinforcement.

Marty McFly!
Birthday Breaks

Fresh with a crate of the funkiest of breaks from beond time and space, this birthday boy and Daydream Productions resident was prepared to raise the bar yet again and make the ravers dance like never before.

At last! The Doctor and his TARDIS appears! The doors open, and out pop his faithful companions:

The International DJ OpelHardhouse
DJ Dynamic [USA] Happy Hardcore
FlyboyHappy Birthday Hardcore Set
Xphox Happy Hardcore
Cynex Epic Trance

With the roster now complete, the music reached its peak, with melodic highs and bassy lows driving out the fun-spoiling Daleks into the night, securing the event to be the most Wibbly-Wobbly of all Timey-Wimey!

Like every Daydream Event, you will also find:

PRIZES for amazing costumes!
FREE candy and icy treats!
Full colour LASERS!
Fantastic DECOR!
Raygun Productions and Happy Rave Merchandise Booths!
Dinolove <3
and much much more!

The venue will be The Rockpile – 5555 Dundas Street West. This is mere minutes from -the 24 hour Bloor Subway Line! The venue also features a 200 car parking lot (with hundreds of overflow parking spots in an empty mall lot right beside), a 100+ person HEATED PATIO, a 19+ bar and more!

Tickets are available at Shanti Baba – 546 Queen Street West, Toronto Ontario, and via paypal.  Click below to purchase tickets! Please remember to put the full legal names of all ticketholders in the space provided.


Enter Full Names Here Please!



Earlybird tickets are $20.00, but are limited – get ’em while you can!
Advanced tickets are $25.00 and will be available up until the day of the event.
Tickets will be $30.00 at the door.
Paypal tickets will mirror the pricing structure at Shanti Baba, so if one changes, so does the other!

Capacity for this event is 450 of you fantastic ravers – New Year’s Eve was a sold out show, so by your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

2 Responses

  1. Hey,

    I was wondering about buying tickets online. Do they get shipped, or do you just show up at the door and say that you have purchased a ticket online and provide the people at the door with your name?

    Kylie - February 17th, 2011 at 7:45 pm
  2. Your names have been added to a list at the door, just bring photo ID and we’ll get you inside in no time 🙂

    admin - February 18th, 2011 at 12:02 am

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