Creamfields innovates with Carnavale and new acts

The excitement continues to grow for the 20th anniversary of Creamfields, set for late August this year.  In light of the special occasion, the festival has announced plans to host a new arena ‘Carnavale’, mimicking that of the Brazilian Carnival.  In addition to this, attendees can expect to see a pallet of fresh acts performing this year, ranging from long time veterans like Skream, to up and comers like Lauren Lo Sung, who was pointed out as one to watch in a recent Billboard interview with the iconic Carl Cox.

The drive of the new Carnavale act will be led by a Samba Band parade, which has heavy influence and roots over the Brazilian Carnival.  They’ll also look to incorporate a group of Brazilian dancers, flocking around in their well-known feathered costumes.  However, don’t expect the feathered costumes to be privy to the dancers.  The festival has announced that it will award Gold Camping tickets for them and 4 friends to Creamfields 2018 for the most flamboyant carnival costume or head-dress on the day.

It’s no secret that the competitive nature of the music industry has forced performers and festival owners to innovate and guide their own paths.  So after making history by being announced as the first electronic music festival to win ‘Best Major Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards, there was no question that Creamfields would raise the bar for this year’s rendition.  Don’t expect Creamfields to kick back anytime soon as they look to push the pace with this year’s new festival activities.

Tickets and festival information can be found here.

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Posted by Creamfields on Saturday, February 25, 2017