Check out these videos of summer parties from the last 40 years on VidZone and create a Playlist for your own sunshine soirée.
Europe fell in love with Swedish quartet ABBA in the 70s and their sultry disco track Summer Night City was a 1978 hit. There are plenty more videos from Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid on VidZone, not to mention SingStar ABBA on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 2 for your summer extravaganza.
From Sweden to Jamaica, Jamming by Bob Marley and The Wailers remains a summertime classic, and its video is a beautifully shot live performance from the reggae icon. Jamming is on the Exodus album, recorded in 1977, that propelled Marley to international fame and tracks The Heathen and Exodus are also available on VidZone, along with a selection of his later hits.
No song sums up a 1980s summer party better than Club Tropicana by Wham! The tropical beach resort, colourful cocktails and George Michael floating on an inflatable lilo perfectly capture the decade that taste forgot. Even Paul Weller went all New Romantic after The Jam; Long Hot Summer by The Style Council has a sun-kissed video to match its name, with the Modfather punting and pouting along a river.
The Beach Boys are a group eternally associated with summertime and two tracks from their 1980 Knebworth performance, Good Vibrations and I Get Around, are available on VidZone.
Europe flocked to Ibiza throughout the 90s to see the world's biggest DJs and soak up some sun. Faithless are considered legends of the Balearic resort and their videos God Is A DJ and Insomnia will drop perfectly as the sun sets on your summer party.
And as the sun comes up, Shine by Aswad will put everyone in a good mood for the new day. In fact, the 90s was a great decade for unashamedly joyous pop music, such as Mr. Loverman by Shabba Ranks and Will Smith's Miami.
Not everyone's perfect summer is on a tropical beach; for some, it's watching top rock acts in the middle of a field. If that field is your back garden this year, then you'll find dozens of videos from the likes of Metallica and Nirvana on VidZone, as well as an exclusive interview with Kasabian and a live performance of Processed Beats.
Few music videos capture a perfect summer party like Jamiroquai's Seven Days In Sunny June, with its motorbikes, Napoleon outfits, croquet and barbecue - Jay Kay even gets his ketchup delivered by helicopter.
Survivor by Destiny's Child was a smash hit in 2001 and features a catchy chorus and the girls marooned on a desert island with only their bikinis, backing dancers and hair stylists for company.
Finally, as millions jet off for their summer holidays, the hilarious video to Learn To Fly by Foo Fighters, featuring a guest appearance from Tenacious D, will put you at ease or put you off for life.
Wherever you're partying this summer, check out thousands of sun-kissed music videos on VidZone, only available on PS3.