Beachclub Is Back And The 2016 Summer Lineup Will Blow Your Mind

Love it or hate it, there's no denying the tropical paradise that is Beachclub always attracts the best talent and is one of the hottest places to be every summer.

Finally back this Sunday, May 22, not only will the largest outdoor club in North America be sporting a brand-new stage and a gorgeous beach setup you just can't find anywhere else, the DJ lineup this year is just plain ridiculous!

Beachclub's 2016 Lineup:

MAY 22 - Andrew Rayel

MAY 23 - Don Diablo

MAY 28 - David Guetta

MAY 29 - Moudaber/Calderone

JUNE 4 - Will Sparks & Timmy

JUNE 5 - Laidback Luke

JUNE 11 - Above & Beyond

JUNE 12 - DVLM

JUNE 25 - Paris Hilton

JULY 3 - Tiesto

JULY 9 - Vinai

JULY 10 - EDX

JULY 16 - DJ Bl3nd

JULY 17 - Nervo

JULY 24 - Erick Morillo

JULY 31 - Carnage

AUG. 21 - Hardwell

AUG. 28 - Borgeous

SEPT. 4 - Armin van Buurin

And much more to come!

Beachclub is the only place in Canada where you can enjoy a huge Y-shaped pool surrounded by terraces, luxury beds, VIP cabanas with private bottle service, as well as direct access to a beach including a variety of water-sports to choose from.

Add to that numerous bars and restaurants, a huge dance floor, and of course, the biggest DJ's in the world, and you'll forget all about the fact that Montreal is just an hour away.

And the best way to complete the experience? Glimpse all the behind-the-scenes of your favourite DJ's through the eyes (also known as Snapchat) of Beachclub's Patron, Olivier Primeau. You might have even seen his Snapcode floating around the city last month. It's not like there were 2,500 posters that went up on 150 Montreal walls or anything...

Check out Beachclub's website for tickets now, and don't forget to Like them on Facebook to get all the updates.

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