Creamfields North returns to Cheshire this August Bank Holiday weekend and having already sold out in record time, fans excitement for the line-up reveal has hit fever pitch. Finally, the wait is over and the UK’s #1 dance festival has just unleashed an almighty line-up featuring, as expected, the biggest names in electronic music and an exciting array of new talent and future heroes.
70,000 fans from around the world make the annual pilgrimage for what has become a rite of passage for dance music lovers, featuring over 300 acts performing across 30 stages over the four-day weekend, and this year Cream HQ have delivered another jaw dropping line-up.
Expect the likes of massive chart toppers Calvin Harris, David Guetta and Swedish House Mafia, along with genre favourites including Peggy Gou, Camelphat and Patrick Topping. Creamfields is also known for bringing back legendary names and this year is no different, with Fatboy Slim, Chase & Status and Pete Tong appearing on the line-up, ensuring a bouncing atmosphere as always.
In an update of the line-up there’s been tons more acts announced, including Example, Eats Everything, Scooter and Oliver Heldens, amongst so many more.
The camping festival will take place this August Bank Holiday weekend as usual, this year it’s 24th – 27th August, in Daresbury in Cheshire, with on-site bars, food outlets and markets, offering everything from veggie and vegan street food, to memorabilia and face painting. Oh the festival feeling!
Some of the names announced for Creamfields North have been reeling off their excitement on social media. Chase & Status took to Twitter saying: “Creamfields always fully goes off. We can’t wait to go back this summer”, with DJ Ben Hemsley echoing: “I’m back @Creamfields North again this year! Can’t wait to cry in front of thousands of yas again”, after getting overwhelmed playing the festival last year. We love the emotion!
Resale tickets were released today and some packages are still available, so if you want to chance your arm you can find any remaining tickets here.