Following a sell-out show this summer which saw 70,000 fans flock to the UK’s biggest electronic music festival, Creamfields has announced its return in 2020 and revealed their first headliner – Armin van Buuren.
When dance music behemoths Creamfields and Tomorrowland teamed up last year for a massive ‘Garden Of Madness’ show on Liverpool’s world-famous waterfront, it brought a whole new side of the already unique Steel Yard superstructure to life.
The hype around Creamfields 2019 was real and now the legendary festival has ended its last day for its current edition with a bang.
Undoubtedly EDM’s most legendary trio, Swedish House Mafia made a major comeback after a 6-year hiatus in 2018. Since then the tri consisting of Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello has been under the microscope for what’s next. With the highest of expectations upon them, the trio set out on a tour earlier this year.
With less than 100 days until Creamfields returns to Cheshire, one of this year’s most anticipated performances comes from deadmau5.
If there’s one artist who continues to deliver groundbreaking electronic shows, constantly pushing the boundaries of event production, its Eric Prydz.
Creamfields will be the only UK festival to feature Deadmau5 in 2019!
This week Steel Yard announced its welcome return to the capital in 2019. Following a series of sell-out shows since its inception, the 15,000 capacity superstructure has dominated both the London and Liverpool landscapes of recent years and attracted some of the biggest names in electronic music, and next year’s show is no different as we can now reveal Sunday’s host – Carl Cox presents Space Ibi...
The news that two of the biggest forces in electronic music, Tomorrowland and Creamfields, are to team up for a massive Steel Yard show on Liverpool’s historic waterfront was game changing in itself. Add to that the fact the event would take the form of one of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s ‘Garden of Madness’ shows and it seemed safe to say that the biggest show of the winter was done and duste...
When it comes to dance music behemoths, two of the biggest on the planet must be Tomorrowland and Creamfields.
Music festivals in Hong Kong might not be as frequent as regions like Europe and the United States Of America, however, it has its own set of unique festivals that must be on your festival bucket list.