Luke Bryan still knows how to throw a party. The 37-year-old returned to Spinnaker Beach Club in Panama City, Fla. this week, in support of his latest Spring Break EP, 'Spring Break 6...Like We Ain't Ever,' with more than 230,000 fans turning out for the two-day concert.

Bryan, who has performed at the venue every year since his first Spring Break-themed EP, 'Spring Break with All My Friends,' was released in 2009, says his latest one might be his favorite one he has recorded.

“I feel like year after year we get a little bit better at writing for this," he admits. "I think with these new songs I would be proud to put them on any album we release.”

The married father of two reminisces about his younger days when penning the songs for the Spring Break-themed EPs.

“We kind of write ‘em with college kids and Spring Break and that whole party theme in mind,” Bryan says.. “I think it’s fun to put out songs just to get some new music out there for fans and more opportunities for them to have different types of music from me.”

The Georgia native, who has remained on the road for most of his career, says he enjoys the EPs as a much-needed break from the demands of his busy career.

“This is one of my favorite times of the year,” he says. “I get to let loose, write new songs that are a little out of the box, play on the beach for two days and have fun with the fans during one of the best times of their lives!”

Bryan will continue his That's My Kind of Night Tour on March 17 with a performance at the Houston Rodeo. See a list of his upcoming shows here, and order  ‘Spring Break 6…Like We Ain’t Ever’ here.