What is widely considered to be the nation’s largest collegiate music festival, Spring Weekend is ready to make its annual return this 2015. Every April, thousands of festival heads and college students make there way to the shores of Panama City Beach, Fla. for a weekend of relentless raging. This year is no different with the festival set to come back on April 10 and 11. Ready to come back bigger and badder, Spring Weekend is back with some huge announcements, starting with its ticket information.
Early bird tickets for the event are set to go on sale next Monday, January 5th. Two-day GA tickets will start at only $89 + tax, while VIP tickets will start at $169 + tax. At a time when ticket prices for most festivals are close to $400, Spring Weekend’s $89 price-tag is a bargain. Although, the lineup has yet to be announced, it is strongly advised to snag your tickets early. With artists like Arty, Krewella, Kill the Noise, Bassjackers and more taking charge of the festival last year, it can be assured that this year’s lineup will be just as good if not better.
Spring Weekend never fails to deliver and it is always looking to create the next best experience. Rumors have it that this year’s edition will feature a massive, theme park grade waterslide built on the beach. While that has yet to be confirmed, what is assured are two days of non-stop partying, lead by some of the scene’s most notable DJs on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. With its breathtaking beaches, amazing weather, beautiful people, and lively music it’s not hard to see why Spring Weekend has become the spring getaway for many college students. And if that’s not enough, check out the aftermovie to last spring’s event below. For more information visit Spring Weekend’s website at springweekend.com