Cancun Based Inception Music Festival Reveals 2017 Spring Break Headliners
Inception Music Festival has certainly made waves with its recent announcement of festival headliners.
Celebrating its fifth year of existence, the festival will welcome the likes of DJ Snake, Marshmello, KSHMR, MAKJ, Laidback Luke, and Lil Jon among other dance music powerhouse performers to appear at the festival, a Cancun based 30 day/30 night spring break affair catered to college students.
Launched in 2013, Inception Music Festival—created by the prominent spring break travel management company, StudentCity—acknowledged Cancun’s status as the world’s “#1 spring break destination.” Cancun’s popularity as a spring break destination led to the conceptualization of the festival, an effort to accommodate electronic dance music nightlife desires of spring breakers from colleges and universities worldwide. Inception’s institution would prove to be fruitful for StudentCity; Inception Music Festival has since grown to become the world’s “largest” spring break event.
StudentCity offers interested vacationers a variety of add ons designed to enable vacationers to choose the structure of their spring break trip. The company features two passes for purchase—a Gold and a Platinum version—that provide travelers with luxuries including free cover and express entry to specific events.
The Platinum pass, made available at a price of $280, allows guests to enter all Inception festival events, frequently hosted at The City, Dady’O, Palazzo, and Mandala Beach. Attendees hoping to watch DJ Snake drop his Justin Bieber feature, “Let Me Love You,” or to alternatively catch a glimpse of the infamous white helmet that distinguishes Marshmello live would need to purchase the Platinum pass in order to receive access to events hosted by festival headliners, an ability granted by the pass. A perk? The pass additionally guarantees open bar to buyers.
College students will naturally find themselves enticed to travel internationally this spring break—Inception Music Festival is sure to be a fiesta.