DANCE music royalty will grace the stage at this summer’s Creamfields festival as electronic noise masters The Prodigy top the billing at the three day event in Daresbury, Cheshire. The festival will celebrate it’s 15th Anniversary this August Bank Holiday Weekend 23-25 August and Cream promise the “biggest line up ever seen at the festival”.
Liam Howlett and company will be headlining the North Stage on Saturday 24th August for their only UK performance of the year. They will be joined by main stage headliners Sweden’s Avicii (Sat), the ever present Tiësto (Sun) and the return of French enigma David Guetta who will close out the event on Sunday 25th.
It wouldn’t be Creamfields without the Swedish House Mafia tearing it up and despite the collective going their seperate ways at the end of March, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso will be playing individually over the weekend. The latter hosting his very first ‘All Mixed Up’ arena on Sunday.
Creamfields’ first lady Annie Mac hosts her own arena which includes a live performance from BBC Sound of 2013 runners up AlunaGeorge plus the man behind the ‘Harlem Shake’ phenomenon, Baauer.
The rest of the line-up is a veritable who’s who of dance music with the hottest new DJs performing alongside some of the biggest legends of the industry. Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz, Knife Party, Nicky Romero, Madeon, Groove Armada, Zane Lowe line up with stalwarts Pete Tong, Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo, Armand van Helden, Paul Oakenfold, Ferry Corsten and Cream Ibiza resident Paul van Dyk. Clubbers bible Mixmag will once again host Friday’s silent disco for the early arrivals.
After last year’s event was cancelled mid-flow following torrential rain and flooding on site Creamfeilds and Live Nation have spent £500,000 on site improvements to ensure the chaos of 2012 is not repeated. Day and weekend tickets are on sale now
CREAMFIELDS 2013: Daresbury, Cheshire
Friday 23rd / Saturday 24th / Sunday 25th – August Bank Holiday weekend