Creamfields Music Festival Canceled Due to Uncontrollable Weather

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One of the many problems that can occur when hosting a huge music festival is the unexpected weather. When this occurs, most of the time, festivals are forced to cancel due to the risk of losing important equipment and possible danger towards their attendees. Unfortunately, music festival, Creamfields Bejing, was one of the few festivals

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Creamfields unveils new 360 degree arena for 2018 installment

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When it comes to ingenuity and innovation in the live event sphere, cutting-edge production will always cut through the mundane. As VR, live streams, and immersive festival experiences become all the more commonplace at home, festivals around the world will need to continue to seek out new and exciting means to cater to their audience. This year, Creamfields‘ Daresbury promises just the venture. The Bank Holiday festival will be bringing its attendees a brand new landmark – the first ever 360 degree, stadium-like structure, SILO.

After 12 months of planning, Creamfields created a fully immersive experience that promises to be equally as intimate as it is different than any other festival stage. A cylindrical chamber with an enveloping sound and exceptional light experience, SILO is the future of immersive live music. While it’s unbeknownst as to which artists will be performing in the SILO, as of now, attendees can expect an all-around assault on the senses, no matter who’s delivering.

Creamfields returns to Daresbury, Cheshire, in the UK from August 23-26. From a wide range of acts like Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz presenting his highly-anticipated HOLO show, Hardwell, Kölsch, Tiësto, Virtual Self, and many, many more, the biggest and the best acts amongst the dance music spectrum will undoubtedly deliver the show of a lifetime. More information and tickets are available here.

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Live Nation details Festival Passport expansion for 2018-2019 season

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Last year, Live Nation successfully launched its Festival Passport program, granting 1,000 lucky fans across the world access to over 90 of the company’s festivals at just one flat fee. The ticketing and events behemoth has announced the return of its one-of-a-kind access pass for the upcoming season, now with a major expansion in territory and new VIP option.

2,500 GA passes will be sold at $999 with just 100 VIP passes priced at $5,000. Though the GA price includes a $200 increase from last year, purchasers will now have over 100 of Live Nation’s unique festivals to choose from.

Both GA and VIP passes will be granted access to any of over 100 participating festivals worldwide, including Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, Electric Daisy Carnival, Governors Ball, Sasquatch!, and Lollapaloozas in Germany, France, and the US.  New additions to the roster include Australia’s Sydney City Limits, China’s Creamfields, UAE’s RedFestDXB, Poland’s Impact Festival, and the UK’s Edinburgh Summer Sessions.

This year, in an effort to avoid scalpers and ensure that Live Nation is only accommodating fans’ needs, purchasers will have to pre-register through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform with their full legal names and photo ID. Registration is open now through April 12 at 11:00 PM ET/10:00 PM CT, with sign up here. Tickets are on-sale beginning April 17 at 8:00 am EDT, but be aware, Festival Passports sold out in under 24 hours last year, so purchasers must act quickly when the time comes.

Creamfields announces unmissable 2018 lineup

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Creamfields announced their 2018 lineup and it’s looking to be behemoth year for the Cheshire-based extravaganza. Rich in both depth and considerable breadth, the festival will bring together 300 artists across 30 stages from August 23–26.

Techno don Carl Cox will be making his return to the festival for the first time in over a decade, where numerous other artists will be making an appearance, showcasing the festival’s keen ability to tap into the full spectrum of dance music. From artists like Skream, Kölsch, and The Black Madonna, to The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, and Above & Beyond, Creamfields 21 promises to be an unmissable installment for all dance aficionados.


More information and tickets are available here.

Creamfields announces Steel Yard London Lineup

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As anticipation builds for London’s Steel Yard Creamfields — set for Saturday, May 26th and Sunday May 27th — the official lineup for this year’s weekender has been unveiled.

Group Therapy visionaries Above & Beyond will headline the festival on Saturday, while Tiësto will make his exclusive London performance on Sunday. Other notable acts on the bill include Steve Angello, and a rare DJ set from Faithless , to name only a few. This years lineup is eye catching to say the least and, considering Creamfields track record, the event is certain to be one of the unmissable festivals of the summer.

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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