Creamfields have announced the line-up for the 2018 festival.
On Friday 24 August, Carl Cox, Armin van Buuren, Fedde Le Grand, Andy C and Sander van Doorn are due to perform.
On Saturday 25 August, Axwell & Ingrosso, Above & Beyond, Steve Angello, Grum, Laidback Luke and Pete Tong will be on the decks.
On Sunday 26 August, it is the turn of Tiesto, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Eric Prydz, Alesso, Armand van Helden, Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Aly & Fila and Paul Oakenfold.
Creamfields takes place over August bank holiday weekend and sees over 300 artists perform across 30 stages in front of a crowd of 70,000 people.
Tickets for the event, which takes place in Daresbury in Cheshire, are available now via http://www.creamfields.com.
Creamfields, in partnership with Live Nation Electronic Asia, are expanding their schedule of events and festivals in China.
The brand plans to host a series of one and two day concerts featuring some of the biggest names in electronic dance music in cities including Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Chengdu and Xiamen.
“Having staged club events across Asia over the years and following the huge success of the Creamfields Hong Kong and Taipei shows last year, we are looking forward to taking the brand to the next level with Live Nation Electronic Asia and making an even bigger impression on an exciting and ever-growing market,” said Scott Barton, Managing Director of Cream.
The plans include a series of Cream Presents shows in Wuhan, Hangzhou, ChangSha, Shenzhen and Chongqing.
Acts already confirmed for the first event in the schedule – Creamfields Guangzhou in April – include Axwell & Ingrosso, DJ Snake, Don Diablo and Aly & Fila.
“I appreciate the love and support we get from Cream and all the fans across Asia. I believe in 2018 Creamfields China will open a new chapter in China’s electronic dance music history,” commented Jim Wong, Managing Director of Live Nation Electronic Asia.
For more information on each of the shows visit: http://www.livenationelectronic.asia
After a decade away Carl Cox will return to host and curate his own Intec stage at the Creamfields music festival in 2018.
One of the most well-known and loved DJs in the world, Cox is the first act to be added to the line up for the four day event which attracts 70,000 fans each year.
Creamfields takes place 23-26 August 2018 and tickets are on sale.
One of the world’s leading festival promoters have announced a new itinerary of events around the world.
Creamfields will stage events in Europe, South America, Australia and the Far East between July and December 2017.
The announcement coincides with the 20 year celebrations of the flagship UK show which returns to Cheshire in August. The award-winning event, which now runs for 4 days, has grown to become Europe’s biggest electronic music festival attracting audiences of 70,000 per year.
The full schedule is:
20 July – Mallorca
5 August – Ibiza
14 & 15 August – Malta
24-27 August – UK
10 November – Uruguay
11 November – Peru
12 November – Chile
26 November – Melbourne
15 & 16 December – Hong Kong
17 December – Taiwan
For more information on each of the the shows and line-up announcements visit: http://www.creamfields.com/international.
Clubbing institution Cream are celebrating their 25th anniversary with a special Weekender event.
The Cream 25 Weekender will take place from 1-3 December 2017 at Butlin’s in Minehead, Somerset.
The 3 day celebration will feature performances from Cream legends including Paul Oakenfold, Paul van Dyk, Faithless, Graeme Park, Jeremy Healy, Judge Jules, K-Klass, Seb Fontaine and many more.
Tickets are now on sale and start from £185 per person.
For more information visit: http://weekender.cream.co.uk/
Electric Castle is a five day hedonistic adventure which takes place within the walls of a 15th century castle.
The festival incorporates music, technology, art installations and performing arts as well as a barber shop, yoga classes, a fashion corner and a cinema.
Artists performing at the event include Deadmau5, Duke Dumont, House of Pain, Slaves and Atari Teenage Riot. The mysterious and wonderful Claptone will also be appearing.
Standard tickets are £60 while tickets including camping start at £80. Full details can be found at: https://electriccastle.com/
Electric Castle takes place from 12-16 July 2017 at Banffy Castle in Cluj in Romania.
The biggest dance festival in London will take place on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August 2017 on Clapham Common.
Thousands have already signed up to be part of the 14th installment of the event which promises some of “the biggests artists on the planet”.
All those who register for the pre-sale will receive priority access to the best-priced tickets and be the first to know about line up announcements.
Register here: http://southwestfour.com/#presale
Axwell & Ingrosso are headlining the Steel Yard in Victoria Park in London on Sunday 28 May 2017.
The Steel Yard superstructure, which has been designed and created exclusively for Creamfields, will be making its London debut over May Bank Holiday.
Having sold out a 10,000 capacity show in Liverpool, Axwell & Ingrosso are bringing their performance to the capital. The formidable pair continue to receive rave reviews for their new visual show shot on film at various world locations. The show offers a new take on their classic tracks while teasing forthcoming new music.
Pre-sale tickets will be available from 09.00 on Friday 25 November 2016. Register now at http://www.creamfields.com/steelyard.
General tickets go on sale at 10.00 on Friday 25 November 2016.
Tickets can be purchased via the following outlets:
http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk / Tel: 0844 844 0444
http://www.ticketline.co.uk / Tel: 0161 813 2222
http://www.skiddle.com / Tel: 0843 289 3333
http://www.biggreencoach.co.uk / Tel: 08443 245 666 (Travel & Ticket packages)
W&W, Nicky Romero, Chuckie, Dannic, Jay Hardway, Juicy M & Third Party are to play at “The World’s Largest Paint Party” when it returns to the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester on Saturday 4 February 2017.
Life In Color brings a mix of EDM, progressive and deep house to the 5,000 capacity venue while performers take to the stage firing out fluorescent paint from huge hoses onto the waiting crowds. Above the madness, aerialists and circus acts will provide acrobatic displays.
Life In Color began in Florida in 2006 when college friends Sebastian Solano, Paul Campbell, Lukasz Tracz and Patryk Tracz came up with the idea. It has since gone on to stage in excess of 200 concerts in over 60 countries selling more than 500,000 tickets for big line ups which have included Hardwell, Calvin Harris, Afrojack, NERVO, Steve Aoki, A-Trak, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Diplo.
Limited pre-sale tickets for the event sold out in 30 minutes, but first release tickets are now on sale for £25 from http://www.skiddle.com/e/12870073. Pre-sale VIP tickets are still available for £37.50 from http://bit.ly/LITPRESALE with extras including fast track entry, private bar and VIP toilets plus access to the VIP mezzanine level.
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Eric Prydz will be bringing his EPIC show to Victoria Park in London on Saturday 27 May 2017.
The groundbreaking live show will take place in the Steel Yard, a superstructure designed and created exclusively for Creamfields.
Prydz last performed EPIC five years ago to 10,000 people at Alexandra Palace. The show used a winged structure the size of a jumbo jet, 3D holograms, lazers and animation.
Since then the show has grown in scale and sophistication and visited the world-famous Madison Square Garden in New York.
Tickets for the event go on sale at 10.00 on Friday 11 November 2017.
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