• What Your Missing Right Now on DancestarTV.com 24/7

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    Dancestar TV is a new 24/7 Live Stream that's pure Electronic Music culture, it's your ticket to the world’s best Nightclubs, Festivals and new music from DJs and Producers around the world. Show less
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    Try Our New Live Stream - http://dancestartv.com
    Dancestar TV is a new 24/7 Live Stream that's pure Electronic Music culture, it's your ticket to the world’s best Nightclubs, Festivals and new music from DJs and Producers around the world.
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  • Sunburn TV 24/7 Play all

    Sunburn TV is a synergy of live music, the latest Music Videos, Superstar DJ Recaps from Clubs around the world and that special magic that only India's premier Electronic Music Brand can bring to Television.

    Sunburn has been hosting Asia's largest 4-day Electronic Music Festival in Pune, Various City Festivals, Arena Gigs and Club Tours across India since 2007.
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  • Avicii (Tribute To A Legend) Play all

    The world has lost a legendary DJ/Producer and a wonderful person. We worked with Avicii & his team for many years making videos of some of his tours and performances. This playlist features a selection of our favorites. From 5th & Ocean Productions. Avicii RIP
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    A3Party Channel Brings You wild Spring Break Girls Doing What They Do Best!

    Spring break (also known as March break, spring vacation, Mid-Term Break, study week, reading week or the Easter holidays in the United States, and some parts of Canada) is a recess in early spring at universities and schools in various countries around the world.

    Fort Lauderdale

    From the end of World War II until the mid-1980s, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was a notorious spring break destination in the United States for college students. Fort Lauderdale's reputation as a spring break destination for college students started when the Colgate University men's swim team arrived to practice there over Christmas break in 1934.

    Attracting approximately 20,000 college students in the 1950's, Spring Break was still known as 'spring vacation' and was a relatively low key affair. This began to change when Glendon Swarthout's novel, 'Where the Boys Are' was published in 1958, effectively ushering in modern Spring Break. Swarthout's 1958 novel was quickly made into a movie of the same title in 1960 Where the Boys Are, in which college girls met boys while on spring break there. The number of visiting college students immediately jumped to over 50,000. By the early-1980's, Ft. Lauderdale was attracting between 250,000-350,000 college students per year during spring break. Residents of the Fort Lauderdale area became so upset at the damage done by college students that the local government passed laws restricting parties in 1985.

    At the same time, the National Minimum Drinking Age Act was enacted in the United States, requiring that Florida raise the minimum drinking age to 21 and inspiring many underage college vacationers to travel to other locations in the United States for spring break. By 1989, the number of college students traveling to Fort Lauderdale fell to 20,000, a far cry from the 350,000 who went four years prior.

    Daytona Beach

    As Ft. Lauderdale enacted more restrictive laws to discourage college students from visiting during spring break, party goers responded by moving to the more permissive community of Daytona Beach area. Over 350,000 students traveled there each spring at its peak during the 1980's. But, following the same pattern as Ft. Lauderdale earlier in the decade, Daytona Beach's local government undertook similarly restrictive measures and the crowds of the late-1990s and early 2000s had fallen to a point where "a few students still come, but officials don't even estimate their numbers".

    Panama City Beach

    Panama City Beach, Florida became the spring break mecca in the early-1990's after Ft. Lauderdale and Daytona Beach enacted restrictive measures in order to discourage college students from visiting during spring break. The tiny city remains the most popular spring break destination in the country, due to its relative proximity to many Southern colleges, driving distances and permissive behavior toward spring breakers. The locals in Panama City Beach welcome over 500,000 Spring Breakers every year, and Spring Break is a major factor in the city's economy.

    Lake Havasu City, Arizona

    Lake Havasu City, Arizona has been a popular spring break destination for the last two decades. Growing in popularity, Lake Havasu City is the only major spring break location in the United States that is not located on the Gulf Coast. Approximately 150,000 college students travel to the city every year during spring break.

    South Padre Island

    South Padre Island, Texas is also a popular Spring Break destination among students from colleges in the south-central and mid-western parts of the country. In the early-1980's, South Padre Island became the fist location outside of Florida to draw a large number of college students for spring break. With only a few thousand residents, South Padre Island has consistently drawn between 80,000 and 120,000 spring breakers for the last 30 years.

    Overseas destinations

    Popular destinations outside the United States include Cancún, Cabo San Lucas, Acapulco, Barbados, Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta,Mykonos, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands and Varadero, Cuba (for non-US citizens). Tour agencies have cited the lower drinking ages in these places and that even then, they are rarely enforced. Some tour companies put on special chartered flights for Spring break at discounted rates.
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  • A3 Arts Channel Play all

    A3 Arts Channel talks to Artists about their work and their influences..
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  • Revolt Tattoos Channel Play all

    Revolt Tattoos has taken Las Vegas by storm. Revolt Tattoos is based on a dream, many years in the making. The tattoo Las Vegas shop idea was seasoned and matured over the years, with the help of friends, peers and business partners. Winning Spike TVs Season 3 Inkmaster competition gave Joey the ability to make this Tattoo Las Vegas dream a reality. Revolt Tattoos has now created a first class team with the ability to take this concept to the next level. July 4th, 2014 is the day that Joey Hamilton decided to stage his own Revolt against the tattoo industry norms. In doing so, we will establish a world class Tattoo Las Vegas studio with customer service, customer value and elite artwork as its foundation
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  • A3tv Channel Play all

    A3tv was the world's first Nightlife TV Channel broadcast from Key West to New York.
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  • Dancestar Awards Live! Play all

    The World's first televised Electronic Music Awards 2000 - 2005. Created by Andy Ruffell the show has been broadcast in over 54 Countries around the world. Previous winners include – Tiesto, Paul Oakenfold, Faithless, ATB, Fat Boy Slim, Frankie Knuckles, MOBY, Masters At Work, Ferry Corsten, David Morales, and Carl Cox. More info – info@dancestar.com
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  • People Are Awesome Play all

    Stuff you wouldn't believe unless you saw it here!
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