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.
Creamfields Ibiza takes place on Saturday 5 August 2017 as part of BBC Radio 1’s Ibiza weekend.
The event is hosted at Privilege, the world’s biggest club, and will include performances by Above & Beyond, Don Diablo, High Contrast, Kolsch, Shadow Child, Steve Aoki and Yotto.
For this season Privilege has undergone refurbishment including the installation of a new dancefloor as well as a new sound system.
Other artists appearing include B. Traits, Charlie Sloth, Danny Howard and Goldie with more to be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets are available from:
More information via: http://www.cream.co.uk, http://www.facebook.com/creamibixa or http://www.privilegeibiza.com.
The massive Creamfields dance music festival returns to Ibiza on Friday 5 August 2016.
Hosted by the legendary Space venue the line up includes: Armin van Buuren, Alesso, Camelphat, Pete Tong, Philip George and Roger Sanchez with more names to be announced.
Creamfields Ibiza takes place during BBC Radio 1’s popular Ibiza weekend. Tickets are available via:
Chase & Status, Cirez D, Martin Solveig, Sigala, Riton and Lee Walker are just some of the artists added to the list of names performing over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
It has also been revealed that Avicii will give his last UK performance before taking an extended sabbatical from his music career.
For further information visit http://www.creamfields.com.
The no. 1 dance festival in the UK has added an extra day to the event and become officially the biggest electronic music festival in the world.
Creamfields takes place from 25-28 August 2016 in Daresbury, Cheshire.
The new day – Thursday 25 August – will see artists such as Eddie Halliwell, Ben Gold and Mark Sherry take to the decks on the Cream stage.
Other performers appearing over the weekend include: Paul van Dyk, Aly & Fila, Eric Prydz, Fatboy Slim, Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Above & Beyond, Grum, Avicii, Martin Garrix and Armin van Buuren.
In all over 200 acts will perform across 28 stages and new arenas which include Smash The House, Cream Classics, Armada, Pryda, Tidy and Goodgreef Xtra Hard.
Tickets are available via:
Further information to follow but this looks like being the dance event of 2016.
Yahoo Live and Creamfields are collaborating to produce a live stream of some of the performances and highlights of the festival which will take place over August Bank Holiday weekend.
The broadcast will start on Friday 28 August 2015 at 18.00 and feature sets from the likes of Fatboy Slim, Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Laidback Luke, Otto Knows and Tiёsto.
To access the stream visit http://www.yahoo.com/creamfields or the Yahoo screen app on mobile or other connected devices such as Apple TV, Roku and Xbox.
Creamfields is one of the biggest dance festivals in the UK with an expected sell-out crowd of 70,000.
On Saturday 1 August 2015, the globally recognised festival Creamfields will be staged for the first time in Ibiza.
Headlining the event will be The Prodigy with over 25 other artists including Above & Beyond, Afrojack, Pete Tong and Steve Angello appearing alongside.
Tickets for the festival, which takes place at the Ushuaï Complex in Play D’en Bossa, are available now via:
Check out the official Creamfields 2014 after movie:
Tickets for Creamfields 2015 are on sale now. The line up is yet to be announced.
Don’t just watch it, be there!