Cream rises – bigger, better, best for 2014

Britain’s number one dance festival Creamfields returns to the North West this August Bank Holiday weekend – and this year it’s bigger and better than ever.

Monday, 18th August 2014, 12:28 pm
Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris

Following a fourth consecutive sell-out in 2013, Creamfields is back with its biggest electronic line up to date, featuring an array of exclusive performances from some of the world’s biggest dance acts.

Voted the UK’s #1 dance festival organisers have pushed the boundaries across the board, from line-up to production and overall festival experience, introducing a host of new arenas and the world’s biggest outdoor stage.

Top names fill the bill across all genres, including Swedish born DJ/Producer Avicii a household name and one of the world’s most in demand producers after the release of ‘Wake Me Up’ which topped the charts in 22 countries and was the second most streamed song in the world on Spotify last year.

Electro pioneer deadmau5, famous for global hits including I Remember, promises a typically mesmerising performance.

Chart topper Calvin Harris, right, Grammy award winner and multi-talented DJ, producer, singer, songwriter will star, and Creamfields favourite Tiësto, always a guaranteed crowd pleaser with his renowned productions and stage show, will return with an all new feast for the senses.

Other highlights across the weekend include the colossal Cream Arena which returns in all its glory with a back by demand line up of dance music stalwarts including Cream Ibiza resident Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz, John O’Callaghan, Rob Harnetty plus special guest Paul Oakenfold.

Creamfields is at Daresbury in Cheshirethis weekend.

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