Spring Break 2022 in Daytona Beach is celebrated with several events, bar & night club parties & social gatherings. Every year you can find Spring Break events taking place all throughout the Daytona Beach area. Be sure to check out the local Daytona Beach Florida nightlife guide and check out all the events coming up for the Spring Break 2022 in the Event Directory.
Things to Do for Spring Break in Daytona Beach 2022
Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival 2022
at Sunshine Grove
Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival is a 4 day surreal experience, filled with multi-genre music, immersive art and transformative events, deep in the heart of Florida’s wild wilderness.
Blue Springs Manatee Tour
at French Landing
Join us on Paddle with Manatees! With temperatures at a constant 72 degrees, hundreds of manatees migrate to this wildly gorgeous, designated refuge.
Fairy Hair at the 2nd Annual Spring Craft & Vendor Event
at Tanger Outlets Daytona Beach
Your FAVORITE mobile Fairy Hair stylist will be set up in Daytona to help you "Get your Shine On!" just in time for Spring.
Spring Up Wine Tasting and Brunch
at 200 N Beach St
Come enjoy live music and a brunch spread paired with wine tastings!
FAMU Spring Preview Trip
at Volusia Mall
We invite you to thenSpring Preview Trip 2022.
Jerry's Tiki Bar 11th Annual Spring Break Reggae Festival
at Jerry's Pizza & Italian Restaurant
Join Jerrys Tiki Bar 11th Annual Spring Break Reggae Festival Headlining Grammy Award Winning Mykal Rose (of Black Uhuru).
The Fellowship Of the Springs
at Epic Theatres of West Volusia
We invite you to this free event of spring. Come to enjoy.
A Taste of Spring
at Crimson House
Crimson House NSB presents A Taste of Spring Sample over 50 wines and beers from around the world!
Dry Eye University Spring 2022
at Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa
Join us for our 22nd Dry Eye University™ at the Sawgrass Marriott in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
Little River Springs BioBlitz
at 24891 105th Ln
Join Suwannee Parks & Recreation in a fun day of cataloging all the animals, plants, and other organisms that call this park home!