Carl Cox is returning to headline Creamfields for the first time in a decade in 2018

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Carl Cox has officially been announced as Creamfields first headliner of 2018, nearly a decade since his last time topping the legendary UK festival’s billing. Beyond Cox’s headlining duties next year, the techno icon is also lined up to curate his own Intec Digital stage hosted at the event’s Steel Yard megastructure as well. The announcement comes three months ahead of Creamfields’ full lineup reveal, expected to land in February of 2018. The festival celebrated it’s 20th anniversary earlier this year, roping together 70,000 attendees across four days.

Tickets to next year’s edition of Creamfields are on sale now with the festival running from August 23 – 26, 2018. Amid headlining duties next year, Cox will also be performing in front of a 17th century castle outside Dublin on August 25.

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Tiësto Announces Tour Accompanied By New Dates Across the Globe

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This guy has no off button. On the heels of what has been another career year for the Dutch EDM Legend, Tiësto, has more news that will leave many with plans over the next few months. This morning, announcing more shows across Europe and Australia, the start to 2018 looks the most lit for Tiësto

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Qulinez (feat. Kyle Reynolds) – Moving Pieces

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Qulinez is a Swedish electronic duo composed of Alexander Lager and Johannes Gustafsson who began their reign back in 2012 with their iconic song “Troll,” a club anthem to say the least. They have continued to completely revitalize the world of dance music with songs like “Hookah” and “Rising Like The Sun.” They’ve even signed to Steve Angello‘s Size Records and landed career-changing spots at world-renowned festivals, including Ministry of Sound, Marquee New York, Creamfields, and Tomorrowland.

Qulinez’s music has consistently been placed in some of the industry’s best and most respected DJ sets, including Calvin Harris, Dash Berlin, Paul van Dyk, and Don Diablo. As of 2016, Qulinez has inked an exclusive deal with the Amsterdam-based record company, Armada Music.

“Moving Pieces” is a standout in sonic nostalgic for the summer of 2017. Its beauty begins with Kyle Reynolds‘ stunning and welcoming vocals with cunning guitar licks. The drop introduces a deep bass that sits nicely alongside the percussion. The silky synth pads enhance a warm, rosy nostalgia throughout. 

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Creamfields is Taking on a New Destination with a Brand New Location in Hong Kong

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The massive UK fest is now headed to Hong Kong!

Axwell / Ingrosso – Watch Their Full Set In HD From Creamfields In London

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Axwell / Ingrosso were back in London this weekend to play at the Steel Yard for Creamfields 2017. This is their first event back after cancelling their performance at the EUFA final last week. Axwell / Ingrosso were scheduled to perform at the EUFA Europe League football final during the Manchester United vs. Ajax game

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Live Nation offers access to over 90 festivals with exclusive ‘Festival Passport’

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Using a lottery approach to their latest project, Live Nation Entertainment has just announced a never-before seen “Festival Passport” – giving access to over 90 music festivals around the world throughout the rest of 2017. Including massive events like EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields, and Electric Forest, Live Nation will release one thousand exclusive passes May 22 at 10AM Pacific Time. Notably, sold-out events will also be accessible with the passport.

A dream come true for destination festival fanatics, and wanderlust-driven individuals, Live Nation is offering this pass for $799 (not including transportation, accommodation, or airfare). To combat scalpers from acquiring the passes, Live Nation ensures that these all sales will be non-transferable, and must be used by the person who purchased it.

Making this opportunity run as seamless as possible, all the ticket-holder has to do is show up to the event with their Festival Passport, and go to will call with their valid ID to obtain their event wristband. Passports are available for purchase here.

Live Nation Entertainment Festival Pass

Festival Passport holders have access to the following events:

Austin City Limits Music Festival – U.S. – Austin, TX

Barcelona Beach Festival – Spain – Barcelona

Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival – U.S. – NY

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival – U.S. – Manchester, TN

Camp Bisco – U.S. – Scranton, PA

CBC Music Festival – Canada – Toronto

Center of Gravity Festival – Canada – Kelowna

Chasing Summer Music Festival – Canada – Calgary

Chicago Open Air – U.S. – Chicago, IL

Citadel Festival – England – London

Community Festival – England – London

Contact Winter Music Festival – Canada – Vancouver

Copenhell – Denmark – Copenhagen

Countdown NYE – U.S. – San Bernardino, CA

Country LakeShake – U.S. – Chicago, IL

Creamfields – England – Daresbury

Creamfields Steel Yard – England – London

Crystal Coast Music Festival – U.S. – Atlantic Beach, NC

DCODE Festival – Spain – Madrid

Down the Rabbit Hole – Holland – Ewijk

Download Festival – England – Leicestershire

Download Festival Paris – France – Paris

Download Festival Spain – Spain – Madrid

Dreams Music Festival – Canada – Toronto

Dreamstate San Francisco – U.S. – San Francisco, CA

Electric Daisy Carnival – U.S. – Las Vegas, NV

Electric Daisy Carnival – U.S. – Orlando, FL

Electric Forest Festival – U.S. – Rothbury, MI

Electric Picnic Music and Arts Festival – Ireland – Stradbally

Escape Halloween – U.S. – San Bernardino, CA

Faster Horses Country Music Festival – U.S. – Brooklyn, MI

Field Trip Music & Arts Festival – Canada – Toronto

Findings Festival – Norway – Oslo

Firenze Rocks Festival – Italy – Florence

Forecastle Festival – U.S. – Louisville, KY

Free Press Summer Festival – U.S. – Houston, TX

FVDED in the Park – Canada – Surrey

Glasgow Summer Sessions – Scotland – Glasgow

Governors Ball Music Festival – U.S. – New York, NY

Graspop Metal Meeting – Belgium – Dessel

HARD Summer Music Festival – U.S. – Los Angeles, CA

Heartland Festival – Denmark – Kværndrup

I Love Techno Europe – France – Montpellier

Independent Days Festival – Italy – Milan

Jamboree in the Hills – U.S. – Morristown, OH

Latitude Festival – England – Suffolk

Leeds Festival – England – Leeds

Lollapalooza Berlin – Germany – Berlin

Lollapalooza Chicago – U.S. – Chicago, IL

Lollapalooza Paris – France – Paris

Lovebox Festival – England – London

Lowlands Festival – Holland – Biddinghuizen

Main Square Festival – France – Arras

Music Midtown – U.S. – Atlanta, GA

Nocturnal Wonderland – U.S. – San Bernardino, CA

North Sea Jazz Festival – Holland – Rotterdam

Ohana Festival – U.S. – Dana Point, CA

One Love Music Festival – Canada – Calgary

Paradiso Festival – U.S. – George, WA

Parklife – England – Manchester

Popaganda Music Festival – Sweden – Stockholm

Reading Festival – England – Reading

Rock am Ring – Germany – Nürburgring

Rock im Park – Germany – Nürnberg

Rock im Pott – Germany – Gelsenkirchen

Rock Werchter – Belgium – Werchter

Roots Picnic – U.S. – Philadelphia, PA

Route 91 Harvest – U.S. – Las Vegas, NV

Sasquatch! Music Festival – U.S. – George, WA

Sloss Music & Arts Festival – U.S. – Birmingham, AL

Summerburst Göteborg – Sweden – Gothenburg

Summerburst Stockholm – Sweden – Stockholm

The Falls Music & Arts Festival – Australia – Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Fremantle

The Isle of Wight Festival – England – Newport

The Meadows Music & Arts Festival – U.S. – Queens, NY

The Peach Music Festival – U.S. – Scranton, PA

The Warehouse Project – England – Manchester

Trackside Music Festival – Canada – Ontario

TRNSMT Festival – Scotland – Glasgow

TW Classic – Belgium – Werchter

V Festival – England – Chelmsford & Staffordshire

Voodoo Music + Arts Festival – U.S. – New Orleans, LA

Watershed Music Festival – U.S. – George, WA

Way Out West – Sweden – Gothenburg

We Are Electric Weekender – Holland – Eindhoven

Werchter Boutique – Belgium – Werchter

Wilderness Festival – England – Oxfordshire

Wireless Festival – Germany – Frankfurt

Wireless Festival – England – London

Woo-Hah! Festival – Holland – Tilburg

The Festival Passport Let’s You Attend 90+ Festivals Around The World For Cheap

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Live Nation has come out with a novel idea. The event company and ticket platform has released something that they call the Festival Passport. It is exactly what it sounds like. A pass that allows you to travel to events all over the globe and gain access to over 90 different festivals. A Festival Game

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Deadmau5 And Eric Prydz To Team Up Again For Creamfields

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Each year among the most talked about music festivals is Creamfields. The UK festivals is a well attended event which pulls in some the biggest names in electronic music. And from time to time Creamfields fosters some of the most historic sets of Electronic Dance Music. It looks like the 2017 edition of Creamfields will

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Deadmau5 & Eric Prydz Will Team Up Again For Creamfields 2017

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Teaming up once again in 2017, Eric Prydz and Deadmau5.

The two, who share a long personal history together, will perform live together at next year’s Creamfields Steel Yard on August 25. The Steel Yard is Creamfields’ new megastructure stage design that was made to compete against the old circuitGROUNDS at EDC or the Sahara Tent at Coachella. While Steel Yard’s capacity will still apparently be lower than the old circuitGROUNDS megastructure, who care? Eric Prydz and Deadmau5 are playing.

The announcement was made this morning via Creamfields’ Facebook page and features this hair-raising teaser trailer to get fans pumped. It will be an exclusive live show at Creamfields, the first time they will perform together in the UK and their only European show of 2017.

Tickets for Creamfields 2017 are on sale now.

H/T Dancing Astronaut | Image via Nattografi

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Eric Prydz and deadmau5 are performing together at Creamfields’ Steel Yard in 2017

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In November, Eric Prydz announced that he would be premiering EPIC 5.0 in May 2017 at Creamfields’ Steel Yard venue. As if Creamfields’ opportunity to debut the pioneering artist’s new performance weren’t enough, the company has announced that Prydz will be performing live with deadmau5 at the Steel Yard on Friday, August 2017. Creamfields purports that this performance will be the artists’ only joint show in Europe for the course of the year, stating the following:

“Collaborating for an exclusive live show – deadmau5 & Eric Prydz. Having performed for us many times as solo artists, this will be the first time both acts perform together in the UK and be their only European show of 2017, they headline the Steel Yard on Friday 25th August.”

Those who were fortunate enough to attend the elusive partnership’s legendary show at this year’s Tomorrowland know just how momentous an announcement this return is.For those unfamiliar with the fabled duo of Prydz and Zimmerman, Creamfields has uploaded a teaser to their website, showing off the phantasmagoria of the two artists working in tandem. The preview can be viewed above, in all its glory.

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