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Creamfields Is Back and Bigger Than Ever With 2018 Lineup

Creamfields main stage 2016

One of the worlds largest dance music festivals is back again and bigger than ever. Creamfields, located in Daresbury, UK, will be hosting their 21st edition over England’s August Bank holiday weekend August 23rd through 26th.

As always, Creamfields is bringing a diverse set of artists for the weekend. With its original four artist pre-lineup announcements, they released there will be performances by The Chainsmokers, Carl Cox, Marco Corola, and to end the weekend off, a rare set of Eric Prydz presents Holo.

With the announcement of Eric Prydz’s Holo show, the internet flocked to grab tickets. People all over the world want to experience the progressive master’s unique, immersive hologram experience under the roof of their very own Steelyard Arena. The past two years, Prydz performed a closing set inside the Steelyard Arena, but has never brought his hologram production until now. 2017 brought Eric’s Epic 5.0 Creamfields, consisting of Prydz’s beautiful cube along with the worlds largest ever hologram. With such a stunning performance last year, what can we expect the festival to bring to the table this year?

With the initial excitement already buzzing from fans, Creamfields announcement of the full lineup this last Friday is yet again dropping jaws.  Four days of unbelievable names and curated stages from around the world, including Pete Tong, Virtual Self, Adam Beyer, Andy C, Paul Van Dyk, and many more. This years lineup is looking to rival that of some of the worlds biggest electronic festivals.

Creamfields 2018 lineup poster

Tickets for Creamfields come in many different forms. You can camp between 2-4 days at the festival, but if you do not purchase the 4 day camping pass you will not have access to the festival Thursday or Friday. You can also purchase a standard camping pass, or a bronze, silver, or gold passes. Each has its own perks as you move up including showers, proper toilets, a pamper station to do makeup, hair, etc. and even hot meals every day. Tickets start as low as $100 USD for a single day ticket.

If you would like to camp it will cost you between $280 USD up to $400 USD depending on which plan you decide to choose. You can also opt to do a payment plan with your ticket.   Payment plans start as low as $30 USD a month for single day tickets, and with the highest being $80 USD a month for the gold 4 day camping.

Tickets and more information on them can be found here

Overall Creamfields is quite affordable to travel to, and with a lineup this good, you don’t want to miss this epic event.

For information and tips on travelling abroad for festivals check out our article on it here

Let us know below if you plan on traveling to Creamfields this year, and if so who you are most excited to see!

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Hey I'm Jonathan, I'm 23 years old, and live in Bothell, Wa. I've been listening to dance music now for almost 12 years now and have been raving for about 5. My favorite genres are trance, deep/progressive house, and techno.

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