Spring Break, Europe’s premier good-time supergroup, are a live 80s act that have played at hundreds of shows, big and small, in hundreds of different venues all over Ireland, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
In 2017 Spring Break made international news when, having played at the 40th birthday party of Michael Fassbender, the actor took the time to discuss the “excellent” band with Jimmy Fallon on NBC’s Tonight Show, and 2019 Spring Break played with Cher in SSE Arena in Belfast as part of her Here We Go Again Tour. Proof, if it were needed, that this group are the best friend a good time ever had!
The perfect act for festival settings, Spring Break played Electric Picnic and Taste of Dublin numerous times in addition to every other major Irish festival. Spring Break have also regularly played corporate shows for some of the largest companies and organisations both here and throughout the world, including Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Twitter, Yahoo, Diageo, eBay, Vodafone, O2 etc.
Known for bringing a light, humourous touch to live broadcasts, Spring Break have appeared on Irish radio numerous times in recent years. The band have chatted and performed live on shows hosted by Ryan Tubridy, Jenny Greene & Nicky Byrne, Tony Fenton, Tom Dunne, Rick O’Shea, Sean Moncrieff, Ray Foley, Bobby Kerr, John Murray, Joe Donnelly, and Michelle Doherty across RTE Radio 1, 2FM, Today FM, Newstalk FM, and Phantom/TXFM.
In addition to entertaining at parties, weddings and private events, Spring Break have also found the time to take their inimitable show public too. Over the years the band have performed over 60 sold out nights across Dublin’s Vicar St, Tripod, and Button Factory venues, as well as 25 sold out nights in the Belfast Empire.
With a firm reputation as the top party band in Ireland and beyond, Spring Break’s wealth of experience in live entertainment is now as vital a component of their show as the musical flair, work ethic, and eye for detail that made them so successful in the first place. This band really are the only show in town!