- Cardiff, Wales, Other
- 12:00PM - Fri 18th Oct
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Dance music fans from across the world flock in their tens of thousands to the small town of Daresbury, for a bank holiday weekend spectacular featuring the biggest names in dance music. Think of a DJ, any DJ, they're probably at Creamfields this year. Whether you're into your commercial EDM or your deep minimal techno, there's something for everyone at this incredible 4 night party.
Creamfields returns to the lovely town of Daresbury in Cheshire, located between Liverpool and Manchester. The festival is accessible by Air for international festival goers flying to Liverpool John Lennon Airport or Manchester Airport. Shuttle buses will be taking punters from train stations in Liverpool and Warrington whilst dedicated Big Green Coaches are running from as far as Aberdeen and Brighton. It really couldn't be easier to get to.
Friday: Despite some controversy over the last year, Deadmau5 is coming to Chesire with an exclusive performance for anyone lucky to be at Creamfields this year. The Brighton boss himself, Fat Boy Slim, is going to tear things up as the special guest. Whilst the number 1 DJ in the world for two years on the bounce, Martin Garrix is headlining the STMPD stage. If you love your dnb this is the day for you, Andy C, Dimension, and Shy Fx are all performing. Techno crew, Amelie Lens and Len Faki are there whilst those who like a bit of house in their tech house, who bigger than Patrick Topping and Solardo?
Saturday: An exclusive UK festival performance for the biggest DJ and producer in the world, Calvin Harris takes headline spot on the mainstage on the Saturday. Trance gods, Above and Beyond are back for another spine tingling, energetic set. Oh yes, oh yes, techno legend, Carl Cox is in the house as is The Chemical Brothers who have made an emphatic return recently. We're buzzing for Bicep of course, 'Glue' is going to be one of the moments of the festival where everyone stands still and soaks it in. Chicago house queen, The Black Madonna, is exceptional behind the decks and gets the party pumping wherever she plays.
Sunday: You know how they say leave the best till last? Swedish House Mafia are back after 6 years with another UK exclusive performance only at Creamfields 2019! Not only that, you've got trance don and more recently EDM champion, Tiesto, headlining the Horizon stage. If that's not your thing, how about Drumcode Record owner Adam Beyer going b2b with Cirez D, Eric Prydz's techno alias? Which, by the way, is an exclusive UK debut. Fisher, Hannah Wants and Marco Carola are some of the biggest names in their fields right now and all know how to keep the party going.