Creamfields once again returns to Daresbury in Cheshire this August Bank Holiday weekend with its biggest electronic line up to date featuring an array of exclusive performances from some of the world’s biggest dance acts.
Voted the UK’s number one dance festival (UK Festival Awards 2013), Creamfields has once again pushed the boundaries and introduces a host of new arenas plus the world’s biggest outdoor stage.
Headlining Saturday's South Stage is Avicii, this Swedish born DJ/Producer has raised the bar with his epic live shows over the last 12 months following his sell out ‘True’ tour.
His studio skills have turned this 24-year-old into a household name and one of the world’s most in-demand producers.
Over on the North Stage will be Canadian-born electro pioneer deadmau5 , famous for global hits including ‘Ghosts n Stuff’ and ‘I Remember’.
Proceedings continue on Sunday with chart-topper Calvin Harris. The Grammy-award winner and multi-talented DJ, producer, singer, songwriter returns to headline the North Stage.
While over on the South Stage, Creamfields favourite Tiësto will be a crowd pleaser with his renowned productions and stage show.
The Swedish flag continues to fly high at Creamfields this year with ‘Departures’ from Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso who will be unveiling their new arena show, playing back-to-back to finish the summer in style.
They will be joined by the likes of Alesso, Dirty South, Otto Knows and Oliver Heldens.
Next up will be Steve Angello who returns on Saturday with his Size Matters Arena bringing with him an array of talent from the Size stable including AN21, Max Vangeli, Third Party, Tim Mason Qulinez, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman.
A key part of Creamfields success is keeping the format fresh, and this year is no different with the introduction of five new arenas, as well as Departures on the Sunday.
Flag bearer of the trance movement Armin van Buuren will be debuting his own arena ‘A State Of Trance’ - and joining this Grammy nominated dutchman will be Aly & Fila, Cosmic Gate, Andrew Rayel, Ørjan Nilsen, Jochen Miller and Marlo to name but a few.
Another new arena unveiled on Saturday is ‘Revealed’ hosted by Hardwell who will be performing exclusively for Creamfields this year, , he will be joined by friends W&W, Dyro, Dannic, Deorro, Sick Individuals, Jordy Dazz and Thomas Newsom.
Everyone’s favourite clubbing bible Mixmag return once again as hosts across the weekend.
Sunday’s all new Mixmag Presents arena will bring performances from trio Above & Beyond, Duke Dumont, Booka Shade (DJ Set), James Zabiela, Tenshake, Andrew Bayer plus special guest Redlight and Saturday they’ll be playing host to the Residents featuring performances from the unsung heroes of dance including Andy Mac, Alan Hartley, Jemmy, Sean Hughes, James Dutton, Paul Nunn and James Glover.
Other highlights across the weekend include the Cream Arena which returns in all its glory with a back by demand line up of dance music stalwarts including Cream Ibiza resident Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz, John O’Callaghan, Rob Harnetty plus special guest Paul Oakenfold.
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