The festival, which will take over the Cornish town of Newquay, will see thousands of students flocking to surfers' paradise to rave on the beach, dance at boat parties and immerse themselves in secret raves. HuffPost UK Students, official BeachBreak partners, will also be at the event hosting a bespoke debate.
Organisers have already confirmed Brit award nominee Jake Bugg will be headlining the Sunday stage, joined by hotly-tipped new talents talent Lucy Rose, AlunaGeorge and London rapper Devlin. Now, Shadow Child, Maribou State, Huxley, Gentlemans Dub Club, George Fitzgerald and Dusky will be joining them on stage.
The festival is making history this year by ditching tradition and instead creating the UK's first music holiday. Previously held in South Wales' Pembrey Country Park, the festival is moving back to its Cornwall roots and taking over the party town of Newquay.
With the aim of "changing the face of festival experiences forever", the town will be transformed into a haven for music-lovers, crammed full of exclusive after-parties, secret rooftop raves, street art and extreme sports. To buy tickets, click here.
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