Tuesday 25th July 2017,

Last Early Bird Tickets for Beach Break Live On Sale Until 12PM Today!

Last Early Bird Tickets for Beach Break Live On Sale Until 12PM Today!
You may well have been thinking that the Young Academic Festival Guide has been quiet of late, but fear not. We can let you know that a limited amount of £89 Beach Break Live tickets available from midday for those lucky and quick enough. So by our watches, that gives you forty minutes to get involved with one of the brightest line ups of 2013 so far! What are you waiting for, get your debit cards out and cement your place at Beach Break Live – the perfect respite after an arduous academic year.

Beach Break Live – 20th – 24th June 2013, Pembrey Country Park, South Wales.

The final supply of outstandingly priced Early Bird tickets for Beach Break Live 2013, Britain’s Ultimate Student Festival, will go on-sale at midday today (Tuesday 15th January) at the bargain price of £89. These limited early birds are in short supply so festival-goers are advised to be quick off the mark to avoid being the class clown! After they’ve gone tickets will rise however only to a very reasonable £99 on Tier 2, then up to £109 on Tier 3 and £119 on Tier 4 thereafter. All tickets are available from the Beach Break Live website.

Set on the idyllic Carmarthenshire coast in South Wales, Beach Break Live takes up residence in arguably one of the most stunning festival locations in the UK. Sandwiched between a mystical forest and an award-winning beach, Beach Break Live brings together thousands of students from across the country for four days of excitement, officially marking the end of exams and the start of a fun-filled slightly mischievous summer!

Beach Break Live is the forerunner in daytime entertainment and alternative programming. Known for its ‘signature dish’ The Student Extreme Games, there is no activity out-of-bounds at this festival. From kitesurfing to wakeboarding to power kiting, BBL makes the most of its spectacular beach and forest setting with these adrenaline-pumping sports. For those that want a slower pace there is mass karaoke, graffiti battles and cabaret plus lots more to keep you entertained all day long.

2012 saw heavyweights from across all genres take to the stages and tents, from the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Labrinth representing pop and urban, Friendly Fires and The Maccabees exemplifying Indie, and DJ Fresh and Chase & Status from the world of dance, resulting in an unforgettable weekend of music.

2013’s Beach Break Live promises to continue the madness with a whole lot more in pipeline, striving in its mission to create a big student festival with a small community feel. So whether you are a festival aficionado, a veteran or a first-timer, make sure you jump on board the train to the ultimate summer party destination. We guarantee you will leave with some extra baggage in the form of new music, mates and memories.

 

Buy your tickets here!

 

Delilah “No lie honest to God [Beach Break Live] was probably my favourite festival performance, pushing for favourite gig ever, the crowd was so receptive and usually I come off and think “OH OK” but this one I really enjoyed it”.

Clement Marfo & The Frontline “Beach Break Live was a remarkable festival for us. Even with the rain, the crowd got into the thick of it. So much variety in things to do and see at the festival and it was great to be sharing the stage with great artists like Chase & Status who entirely demolished the night with a great live show.”

The Daily Telegraph:  “Best line-up of the summer by far”

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Charles Whitworth is the Editor of the Young Academic publications. Graduating from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism in 2008, Charles learnt his trade in newsrooms such as IPC Media and Sky. He has now developed as a top sports, music and current affairs journalist and has been printed in a range of publications including The Guardian. His interests include Cricket, Football, Rugby, Music and Current Affairs. Fresh from the editorship of Student Times he now takes the reins at Young Academic - the premier student news portal. Connect with me on Google+

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