30.05.2019 - 02.06.2019
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Enter into this years festival season with the best Spring Break at Zrce Beach and party with people from all around the globe!
Zrce Beach has become europe’s largest spring break party destination in the last recent years. Party programm from the afternoon to the next morning. Beach parties, club nights, party boat and many other events promise 3 days and nights of fun.
Guests come from all over Europe to celebrate parties at Zrce Beach. The lineup is extremely party friendly. No matter from where, no matter how old. If you want to celebrate a long weekend, this is the place for you.
Official BBSB Aftermovie 2018
|👔 Organizer||Papaya Club / Zrce.eu (Zrce Clubs)|
|🚩 Locations||Papaya, Cocomo, Backstage Club|
|🎶 Music||House, EDM, Mash-up|
|🚦 Rating||Saison Opening + Spring Break Party ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐|
|🎧 Line-up||more than 10 interantional DJs and Resident DJs|
Tony Junior, Plastik Funk, Fabian Farell, Danny Chris, Luke&Tobe more TBA
3 weeks - 3 festivals! The spring break season at Zrce Beach takes place for 3 weeks!
If you do not have time to come at the time of this festival, check out our alternatives, where you can also celebrate with 100% Spring Break Feeling at Zrce Beach!
Zrce.eu rating ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
It will be the fourth event of Big Beach Spring Break in 2019. The feedback of the last two events were absolutely amazing. Big Beach Spring Break 2019 is the perfect event for a long party weekend! Big Beach Spring Break is our recommendation for your spring break!
Apart from the Tickets (regular or VIP Tickets) we have in-expensive packages including accomondation. And special prices for groups! Journey with your own car or with our (party)bus from Vienna, Munich, Stuttgart, Prague, Salzburg and other cities. The closest airport is Zadar.
Donnerstag / Thursday 30.05.2019
Euer Anreisetag / Your arrival day
|Plastik Funk // Papaya Club|
Freitag / Friday 31.05.2019
|Tony Junior // Papaya Club|
Samstag / Saturday 02.06.2019
|Fabian Farell // Papaya Club|
Sontag / Sunday 02.06.2019
Abreisetag. Bis zum Big Beach Spring Break 2020 / Departure. See you at BBSB 2020!
Big Beach Spring Break 2018
Big Beach Spring Break 2018 Recap Video
Mike Candys and Fabian Farell at Big Beach Spring Break 2018
Swiss DJ Michael Kull AKA Mike Candys is set to appear at Big Beach Spring Break in 2018! The popular DJ, originally known for “LA Serenissima”, will be the headline act at one of the most popular Spring Break destinations in Europe. His style evolving since his career breakout in 2008, the top-10 European artist will bring his electro-dance style to Zrce Beach in Croatia, where he might give us a taste of his chart topping hits such as “One Night in Ibiza” – which has brought him fame on an international scale. With his most recent single, “2012 (If The World Would End)” fast becoming his most popular, Mike Candys continues to go from strength to strength and is going to be a sure-fire hit for one crazy Spring Break celebration.
Get to the Papaya Club for Spring Break, this is one party that you are not going to want to miss!
Last year: Sick Individuals were there in 2016 and 2017
Dutch electronic music and DJ-craft duo Sick Individuals have been producing fresh, innovative sounds since 2010, when their shared interest in music and its manipulation drove them to exercise their creative force together. Their early work is plainly influenced by Daft Punk, but with its own sharp original tang underscored in every track. Since those early days, the pair have worked with many world renowned artists, among them Avicii, Rihanna, David Guetta and Flo Rida, and their treatments of these musicians’ songs have come to be celebrated as separate and uniquely wonderful experiences of their own. Standing in suspense at a Sick Individuals show in between tracks, the whole crowd leans in and waits with bated breath, only to breathe a collective joyous sigh of relief and fall back into the wild dancing that Sick Individuals’s music provokes in even the meekest of their attendees.
Rising and falling in poetic swoops and dips, the beauty of the music of Sick Individuals lies in its careful precision; every note and beat has been carefully, thoughtfully placed exactly where it needs to be to make the audience’s hearts pound in progressively speedier, deeper rhythm, building up in ecstatic, empathetic suspense, and then be left hanging off the edge of a musical cliff for just a moment before the music crashes back into them and they roar and flail in unison. That contagion of movement is absolutely the product of the conscientious production of these two very talented young men, who, at this point, have only barely gotten themselves started on the path they are walking.