Magic Break 2016 is the complete festival you have to attend

The Magic Break is not just a festival infused with carnival character. It is an experience. Providing not just festival highlights, but a cherished 3 days you’ll want to relive throughout a lifetime.

The all-encompassing nature of the festival concept means the atmosphere and enjoyment won’t just be present at the stages, but throughout. With accommodation, an extensive buffet and free alcohol all included, in limitless supply, the 5-star beach resort caters for your every festival need, with a classy, vibrant finish.

Set at the Pegasos Resort on April 21st to 24th 2016, conjoined with a large pool complex, you also get the option of numerous activities beyond the music. Located on one of Turkeys premium beaches, water skiing, jet skiing, beach volleyball, pool games, water polo and coastal paths are just some of the options the magical location


The blend of hard raving and smooth relaxation is what has distinguished Magic Break from many others within Europe and across the globe. Distinctive in its concept, it still sticks to its founding principles 11 years later.

Initiated by Bogazici University Students, it’s appeal rapidly spread to youngsters from Instanbul and other European cities. Gathering in Antalya, the location itself is a world away from the hustle, bustle and worries of modern lives. For 3 days every spring, some of the worlds most renowned DJ’s come together to cover a spectrum of genre’s moods and atmosphere’s from 5 different stages. And having celebrated its sell-out 10th anniversary early in 2015, Magic Break’s esteemed reputation looks set to continue long into the future.


The festival itself provides 72 hours of music from more than 30 musicians, covering all of dance music’s genre spectrum such as Deep House, Tech House, Techno, Dubstep, Trap, Progressive and Electro to name a few, meaning you will find yourself enjoying some of the finest music with friends you’ll keep for a lifetime. Previous line-ups have included the likes of Netsky, Sidney Samson, Fehrplay, Thomas Newson and Gregori Klosman alongside some of the industry’s biggest names such as Carnage, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, Sick Individuals and Kryder. In turn reflecting the appeal of the event to artists as well.

And if 2016’s current line-up is anything to go by, the incentive to go will only increase:
Flux Pavilion, AN21, Wankelmut, Charlotte de Witte, Louisahhh!!!

With the 11th edition in Antayla just less than 100 days away, it’s time to start making plans – for you, and your friends. Now the biggest Spring festival on the Mediterranean coast, Magic Break sees a culmination of nationalities and a collage of beauty throughout the 3 days, drawing people from all corners of the globe.


Transport solutions from Antalya airport, and other Turkish cities, run regularly, meaning it couldn’t be easier to get to and from Magic Break. Just simply arrange whatever suits your preparations and plan with your reservation, and you’re set to go. And if worst comes to worst, Magic Break also has some of the best customer service and help in the game.

The festival also has medical staff available for 24 hours a day, ensuring your safety and well-being is the number one priority, regardless of anything else.

Its prices also result in Magic Break being one of the best value festivals on the scene, with its all-inclusive concept covering your living and raving costs (including alcohol, which is essential). With early bird tickets already sold-out, be sure to sure to mark February 8th marked in your 2016 calendars to grab your Phase 1 ticket. With the festival and bus transportation set to cost you under $250 (USD), it’s hard to argue with the lucrative opportunity of sun-kissed beach, music-filled happiness, topped with relaxation and smiles.

And just to be sure you’re fully incentivised, here’s last years Aftermovie…to add fuel to the burning desire to attend one of the best value-for-money experiences in the industry.

Expat living in New Zealand with a keen ear for the pure form of progressive house and a passion for the electronic scene in general. Fingers crossed you like this site as much as me!

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