With Winter break quickly coming to a close for college students everywhere, what better way to get your mind off the books and the gloomy weather than Spring break? I don’t really think there is one. Oh wait there is, Spring Weekend 2014 tickets go back on sale next week. That’s right, the nation’s largest collegiate music festival will be opening ticket sales January 13th. After early bird tickets sold out in record time this year, this is one festival that no college student should miss. Who doesn’t love partying on the beach during spring break with incredible DJs? This year Spring Weekend is expecting to double their attendance from over 4,000 attendees last year to around 8,000 this year. Not only will the attendance be a major change, but Spring Weekend will be bringing a line up and production that Panama City Beach has never before seen. The massive lineup is expected to be announced shortly after tickets go on sale. Spring Weekend also offers hotel packages along with regular ticket sales. Check out the 2013 after movie below and make sure to grab your tickets at www.SpringWeekend.com on January 13th before they sell out!
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