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Beach Break Live


CSparkes

Senior Member
#1
Evening,

Know a few on here are Students, wondered if any were planning on heading to BBL this year?

Gonna be a sick event! Deffo can't wait!

Laters

Craig
 

mrp2049

Senior Member
#2
I went last year, on the blag as I haven't been a student in a long time. Great vibes, everyone seemed well up for having a good time regardless of what was on/happening.

Dan Le Sac & Scroobius Pip were the highlight....








































If you discount the enormous amount of 20ish girls in bikini's.
 

mrp2049

Senior Member
#5
I had forgotten about that! I will email you about it tomorrow! I think most things fall behind over the holidays!

I went in last year as a photographer, so we had great access, but decided to present it as 2 guys who went to a festival, better for the blog/brief.

So lucky to have caught this aswell!

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPAqbNwtej4"]YouTube - MC Xander beachside at Beach Break Live 2010[/ame]

Soren, if you are reading this, watch the video!
 

Greg

Active Member
#6
Looks great, any rumours regarding the lineup then?
Have been to Reading a few years but now feeling a bit too old/lazy for that, imagine the addition of beach+sea to relax in the day is gooood?
 

mrp2049

Senior Member
#7
What is the score with the general public? I was always under the impression that it was students only. I have no idea how that actually works, do you have to have a uni card to buy a ticket?
 

Greg

Active Member
#8
According to the site, there's tickets for students & non-students, the latter being more expensive..

To purchase a non-student ticket you also MUST be 18 years old or over and have proof of ID. Non-student tickets will be priced differently to student tickets.

If you have graduated within the last 3 years then your student ID is still valid and you are able to purchase a student ticket.
Early bird tickets for students are £84, where as non-student is £104.
 

CSparkes

Senior Member
#9
Yeah non-students can go, just not as many as student tickets.Think student get priority too! Have heard a few rumors and is looking good!
 

CSparkes

Senior Member
#16
Met with the Guys on Wednesday and saw alot of the plans, all I'm gonna say is the wait is going to be worth it! There are some more acts being announced Monday!

The guys behind the event are awesome, and what makes it even better for us is there are Kitesurfers now! Its gonna be epic! Just got to hope its sunny like last year and windy!
 

CSparkes

Senior Member
#18
Kite by day, party by night! Need the wind for demos and comps too!

Need it to be windy in few weeks when we come down for some promo, can't believe its almost yer since last one!
 
#19
Haha no no party all day and night! Oooh you holding competitions for students n shizz to join in? That'll be cool to watch!

Haha yeah a year has gone quick!
 

CSparkes

Senior Member
#20
Yeh with te Ska, bbl are doing the official student extreme games, should be good for action sports!

Well kite 10-5 the party till 6am just enough for some kip to get energy then back at it!

Building the wake park is go na be a massive effort!