Spring break is the highlight of every college student’s spring semester - a week when students slam their books shut and welcome in sandy beaches, all-night parties, and enough tropical drinks to make any engineering student forget the simplest of math equations. This year, house music fans are in luck because College Travel Experts and Prime Social Group have teamed up to host Electro Beach, a 42 night spring break music experience that promises to give students a spring break like no other.
Beginning Feb. 25, college students will invade beautiful Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to take the definition of spring break raging to a whole new level. The six-week festival boasts a line-up of some of the biggest DJs in the scene such as Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Avicii, Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke, and a myriad of other superstars. College Travel Experts is no stranger to the spring break arena, with nearly five years of successful student trips under its belt. And with the help of PSG, commonly considered one of the most-respected concert promotions agencies in the college realm, Electro Beach is sure to give attendees a week they’ll never forget (or never remember, depending on alcohol consumption which is covered in the all-inclusive package).
“Our mission was to construct a platform in which college students in a 17- 22 market had the to opportunity to gather with their friends and witness the level of talent that performs at shows across the world - the outcome was Electro Beach,” said Zach Ruben, Co-Founder of PSG.
PSG has already worked with many of Electro Beach’s performers, having promoted shows starring Grammy-nominees Tiesto, Skrillex, and Avicii. Ruben and his Co-founder Adam Lynn both view Electro Beach as the future of EDM that’s concentrated for college students. Each week will be filled with beach and pool parties spun by the hottest DJs in the game, nightly dance-club options, and all-inclusive food and drink packages. Electro Beach is the first spring break of its kind, so for those who want to pioneer the future of EDM-infused spring breaks, make sure to register at http://www.electrobeachpv.com/.
The Electro Beach experience spans over six-weeks of college Spring Break, and is being sold on a per- week basis. Each weekly festival pass is an all-inclusive package starting at $199, with VIP tickets being sold for $399 each. The event is also being offered as an all-inclusive travel package with prices starting at $1100, depending on the departure city and the hotel.