Your 2016 Spring Break Song Playlist!


The perfect Spring Break takes a lot of planning. Making the perfect playlist to compliment your trip is just as important as planning the trip itself. The perfect play list can be played while packing for your trip (to get you in the Spring Break mood), and while travelling. Most importantly, your Spring Break Soundtrack should be set and ready to blast with your pals while partying on your break.

There’s plenty of great new music out there right now, but some songs transcend time and will get you in the party mood no matter how old or what genre. These are the songs that you and your friends will sing and dance to, forging memories to last a lifetime.

Here are 10 songs that are definitely staples of any great Spring Break soundtrack:


This is one of those feel good songs that never gets old. Flo Rida covered it for his hit track “Good Feeling” and it’s been a major hit ever since.

Can’t Feel My FaceThe Weeknd

This song might just be one of the biggest songs of the year, and is now nominated for multiple Grammy’s including Record of the Year.

  1. Cruise Florida Georgia Line

Top down, cruising down the highway with the hot Florida wind in your face, it sounds like heaven. This song fully encompasses that feeling.

Uptown FunkMark Ronson, featuring Bruno Mars

This single received massive global success, spending 14 consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and recently received 2 Grammy Award nominations, including Record of the Year.

Love Me AgainJohn Newman

This song was meant to be your love story… and it’s catchy!

Suntan CityLuke Bryan

Luke Bryan is the Country Music King of Spring Break in Panama City Beach. This song was inspired by Luke’s time there and it’s a country party anthem!

  1. Sweet Home AlabamaLynyrd Skynyrd

  2. You KNOW this classic southern party song is making this list. It’s got to be the feel-good song for every southerner east of the Mississippi.

WopJ. Dash

This song, and its associated dance routine (the wop) has gone viral over the years, and continues to be one of Spring Break’s must-play songs in any club.

Turn Down for What DJ Snake, featuring Lil Jon

This was the theme track of Spring Break 2014 and it really hasn’t slowed down since! It never fails to get the party started.  

  1. All I Do is Win – DJ Khaled

Featuring the who’s who of hip hop, including Rick Ross, Ludacris and T-Pain, this is the type of song that makes you feel invincible!