Originally scheduled for the Bank Holiday Weekend of Friday 27th to Sunday 30th August 2020, legendary electronic dance music extravaganza Creamfields has confirmed the revised dates for their annual festival as 26th-29th August 2021. The venue of the outdoor music festival remains at its usual location, the Daresbury Estate, Cheshire.
Along with this good news, Creamfields has also released confirmation of their 2021 lineup to the amazement of fans worldwide. In the midst of the pandemic, Creamfields is one of the many music festivals that have been forced to cancel their 2020 installment in respect of the coronavirus health concerns and requirements.
In preparation for their momentous return, Creamfields confirmed phase one of their 2021 lineup to excited fans on Friday 26th June. A few acts from the epic lineup include drum & bass guru Andy C on Friday 27th August 2021, techno forefather Carl Cox on Saturday 28th August 2021, and terrific production trio Disciples on Sunday 29th August 2021.
On Saturday 27th June, Creamfields also took to their official Instagram page to post their 2021 lineup to over 200,000 delighted followers. The short video clip featured a montage of the festival, a sensory feast of partygoers, laser lights and booming sound systems, along with phase one of their fantastic 2021 lineup flashing intermittently across the screen. Some of the most impressive names on the expansive lineup mentioned in the video were London-based trance group Above & Beyond, Goldcoast Disk Jockey Fisher and the wildly talented DJ pioneer, Peggy Gou.
The already popular post gained over 3,000 likes and 7,000 views. Creamfields captioned the post with the statement: “#Creamfields2021 phase one lineup is here!” along with a direct link to the Creamfields website for 2021 ticket purchase. @creamfieldsofficial’s most recent Instagram post on this day declared the 2021 music festival as “the most affordable Creamfields EVER! Limited 10 part deposit scheme on sale now from just £5 per month”. The post detailed an exclusive offer for a 10 part deposit scheme for ticket payments along with a direct link to Creamfields official website. The post gained an understandably joyous reaction, receiving over 660 likes within an hour of being posted
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Established in Liverpool in 1998, Creamfields was one of the first large scale British music festivals dedicated to dance music. Since its conception, Creamfields has been famed for enlisting the cream of the crop from the electronic dance music world.
Over the past twenty two years, Creamfields has evolved from a one-day event with 25,000 attendees to a tremendous four-day experience with a whopping 70,000 attendees. On 13th May 2020 festival-goers were heartbroken when Creamfields official website cancelled their 2020 installment, saying: “We have been closely monitoring the global situation and it has become clear that it’s simply not possible for this year’s addition to go ahead”.
Nevertheless, Creamfields recent confirmation of their 2021 return has given festival-goers everywhere something else to look forward to.
Tickets for Creamfields 2021 can be purchased here.