A full line up has been announced for celebrations of Creamfields 20th birthday this August Bank Holiday. The four-day spectacular will be held over 30 stages with more than 300 artists to an audience of 70,000 partygoers.
The festival that began in 1998 will celebrate two decades of dance with one of their greatest line ups to date.
Thursday line will warm up the crowd with four stages: Sexy By Nature, Cream, Cream Terrace and Hospitality. Heading the bill is Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Sam Feldt, Franky Rizardo, DJ S.K.T, Philip George, Kideko and Sonny Fodera.
Friday pulls out the big guns, with Chainsmokers, Dusky, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Andy C, Wilkinson and Sigma, alongside many more. Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz will be joining together to peform an exclusive set. These will feature over 8 stages including the BBC Radio 1 stage, mega arena Armada, the Steel Yard, Andy C presents Ram and Melbourne Takeover.
Saturday will spread over 10 incredible stages for the biggest day the festival has to offer. Axwell & Ingrosso will headline the North stage alongside Galantis, Nicky Romero and Marshmello. Deadmau5 will be back for a second day on the South stage with Oliver Heldens and Martin Solveig. The Mega Arena shows Above&Beyond, Tchami, Malaa, Grum and Lost Frequencies. Steel Yard presents sVstem will display a UK exclusive performance from Richie Hawti, Loco Dice and B.Traits. Elsewhere, must see acts are Diplo, Stormzy, Mistajam, Charlie Sloth, The Martinez Brothers, Hot Since 82, Laidback Luke, Tom Zanetti, Kutski and DVBBS.
To top off this incredible weekend, Sundays line up is just as strong. North and South stages host Tiesto, Hardwell, Don Diablo, Martin Garrix, Fatboy Slim and Steve Angello. Creamfields presents Sub_Aural stage holds some incredible DJing talent such as Chase&Status, Pendulum, DJ EZ, Hannah Wants and Goldie. The Mega Arena shows some mega talent with Alesso, Duke Dumont, Disciples and Sigala. Elsewhere throughout the day there will be performances from MK, Idris Elba, Jackmaster, Max Enforcer, Judge Jules, Seb Fontaine and Joris Voorn.
This is a legendary line up not to be missed. Tickets are available online for the dance musical festival that will run from Thur 24 – Sunday 27 August.