The hype around Creamfields 2019 was real and now the legendary festival has ended its last day for its current edition with a bang.
One of the largest music festivals in the UK, Creamfields 2019 had a star-studded lineup and was a treat for EDM fans.
The master of audio-visual extravaganzas, Eric Prydz premiered a new stage setup called VOID which stands for Visual Offset Isometric Design. The stunning new concept show was brought to life paired perfectly with signature Pryda music sprinkled with a little Cirez D music. Taking over the Steel Yard, this one will sure be another Prydz set to go down in history.
On the note of audio-visual extravaganza’s, deadmau5 has also been one to use technology in amazing ways to enhance the experience at his cube featuring sets. With the Cube v3 debuting in the UK for the first time, fans knew they were in for a treat but didn’t imagine the extent of things till it came to life. Deadmau5 also brought out Lights to do a live version of “raise Your Weapon” and their more recent collaboration, “Drama Free.” Ending on an epic note, the masked DJ and producer finished off with “Strobe.”
The final day was ended by none other than EDM’s biggest stars, Swedish House Mafia. The hype around this set specifically was amped to another level. The trio had taken over the entire Arc stage as their mammoth production setup needed a full 24-hours to be completed. Undoubtedly they dropped a fabulous set, but the highlight was the surprise message that flashed on the screens at the end of their set as the trio walked off. Just flashing “09.06.2019” in their cryptic style, the trio left fans hungry for more.
While a number of fan videos are beginning to pop up across the internet, none of their full set is out just yet, but here is one to give you the slightest idea of the mammoth production packed with massive pyrotechnics, lasers galore and more.
All in all, Creamfields ended on a high and lived up to the massive expectations.