Creamfields phase-two lineup arrives with Nicky Romero, Afrojack, Peggy Gou, + more

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Creamfields phase-two lineup arrives with Nicky Romero, Afrojack, Peggy Gou, + moreCreamfields 2016 Photo Credit Anthony Mooney Alesso Arc Stage

Creamfields continues mounting already-accrued fervor surrounding its 2019 arm. In addition to securing the previously announced Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5, Calvin Harris, and Eric Prydz (just a few of the hallowed, initial slew), the UK festival has added a wealth of names to its August 22-25 roster.

Among the list of newly compounded, multi-genre names are Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Peggy Gou, and Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman. From the original amalgamation of acts also comes Above & Beyond, Tiësto, and The Chemical Brothers, the last of which just released their ninth studio album, No Geography.

The four-day Creamfields, a longstanding authority in the festival circuit since the late ’90s, will span the August Bank Holiday weekend in Daresbury, Cheshire. The full Creamfields lineup, general festival information, and ticketing can be found here.

Full list of newly added acts:

Peggy Gou, Heidi, Joris Voorn, Mistajam, Mauro Picotto, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Blastoyz, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, Maurice West, Noisecontrollers, NorthBase, Jack Eye Jones, TNT aka Technoboy ‘n’ Tuneboy, Dr Phunk, MC Dynamite, Mia More, Franky Wah, Generik and LilRockit.

Photo Credit: Anthony Mooney

The Chemical Brothers confirm headline spot at Creamfields 2019

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The Chemical Brothers confirm headline spot at Creamfields 2019The Chemical Brothers Headlining Antibes Festival Credit Giles Smith

Creamfields continues to build its lineup, exuding electronic music’s most venerated acts.

While organizers have slowly revealed that Adam Beyer and Cirez D, deadmau5, and a resurgent performance from Swedish House Mafia will mark the UK festival’s main stages, The Chemical Brothers have now been added as a fourth act to the increasingly promising list. Headlining the Horizon Stage on Saturday, the veteran duo will return to the festival armed with new music as well as their longstanding library of music they’ve created throughout their trailblazing 30-year career.

For more information on Creamfields and its next run in Daresbury in Cheshire from August 22-25, head to the event’s official website.