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NGHTMRE Live at Clayton’s Beach Bar by Interia Tours

6900 Padre Boulevard + Google Map Website Start: Mar 09, 2018 @ 8:00 pm End: Mar 10, 2018 @ 2:00 am

Live at Clayton’s Beach Bar for a special Spring Break Concert LIVE by NGHTMRE a top shelf EDM act. Hours of opening DJ sets prior. Presented by Inerita Tours Spring Break. Inertia Tours is the largest provider of College Spring Break Student Travel Packages to South Padre Island, Texas. Inertia hosts the largest spring break parties in the world for over 15 straight years. Clayton’s is the largest beach bar in Texas, the host venue. Enjoy Clayton’s Spring Break Beach Stage in the sand during the day from noon to 5 pm which FREE. 18+ event.

In 2016, he released his EP titled “NGHTMRE EP” which had charted on Billboard‘s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.He collaborated with Pegboard Nerds to release “Superstar” as a single on the Vancouver-based label, Monstercat.He later collaborated with producer Dillon Francis to release the single “Need You” on Mad Decent.[15][16][17] An official music video for the song was released by Francis on May 9, 2016 via YouTube.[18] He later collaborated with Flux Pavilion to release “Feel Your Love” as a single on his label, Circus Records.[19][20][21]He collaborated with rapper Afro to release the single “Stronger” which would also be released on Mad Decent. He additionally collaborated with Toronto-based production duo Zeds Dead to release “Frontlines” as a single which would later be released on their debut album Northern Lights through their label, Deadbeats. He collaborated with LOUDPVCK to release “Click Clack” as a single through Skrillex‘s OWSLA label.

  • Age Policy: 18+ for GA // 18+ for VIP (Proper ID Required)
  • Weather: Rain or Shine

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