3LAU Cancels PCB Spring Break Performance Due to Set Time Complications
Florida’s “Panama City Beach”—better known as “PCB” among college students—has long been a popular spring break destination, and has not surprisingly maintained its reputation as such for the 2017 spring break season. Hosted by the Spinnaker Beach Club and sponsored by spring break entertainment enterprise, Student City, the “Beach Bash Music Festival” attracted the attention of vacationers this year, booking Nghtmre—for March 7th—Jake Owen and 3LAU—for today, March 14th— and The Stafford Brothers—for March 21st— as performers to appear at the festival.
An event kicking off at 12 PM and extending until 6 PM in an all day beach based spring break banger, Beach Bash has notably forfeited “Is It Love” producer, 3LAU, from its lineup this afternoon due to an unexpected change in set time that in 3LAU’s own words makes it “impossible” for the Las Vegas based DJ to “get there on time.” 3LAU took to Twitter and Snapchat to inform fans of his inability to appear at the PCB festival, teary emojis conveying the producer’s disappointment, albeit a dismay stemming from circumstances beyond the Blume spearhead’s control.
Spinnaker Beach Club attendees will instead be treated to a performance solely by country music staple, Jake Owens.