Creamfields has been at the forefront of the electronic music festivals for 21 years now and this year they are back with a massive lineup.
Joining stand-out performers including Major Lazor, Axwell & Ingress, Eric Prydz, Alesso and Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim is the latest to be announced for the weekend festival taking place on August Bank Holiday weekend this year.
The artists of this years festival come from across a full-spectrum of dance music set to make the trip to the fields of Cheshire epic. Eric Prydz will be bringing his infamous mind blowing hologram live show HOLO followed by sets of house to techno, trance to drum & base with this year bringing more featuring performances from the likes of Above & Beyond, Annie Mac, Armin van Buuren, The Chainsmokers and Diplo.
For the full line up head over to creamfields.com/lineup
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