There are very few festivals in the world who can offer a greater line-up than Creamfields, with the British Bank Holiday event always drawing in the very best names in electronic music across several stages year-upon-year. And it looks as though 2019 is no different, after the Daresbury-based festival dropped Phase One of their line-up this morning.
With Creamfields usually revealing all artists in one go during late February, the event organisers have decided to take a different route this year, instead just revealing ‘Phase One’ with many more still to be announced. But my goodness, what a Phase One it is! Joining the already confirmed headliners, Swedish House Mafia (Sunday), deadmau5 (Friday), Martin Garrix (Friday), The Chemical Brothers (Saturday) and Cirez D X Adam Beyer, Phase One is dripping with the finest names the industry has to offer, including Dutch giant Tiësto, prog-trance Gods Above & Beyond, Detroit house legend MK, as well as future house heroes Oliver Heldens, and Tchami.
The more underground flavour of the line-up is also strongly represented by acts such as Carl Cox, Patrick Topping, CamelPhat, and viral sensation, Fisher. You can catch the full Phase One announcement below:
#Creamfields2019 – First wave announced!
— Creamfields (@Creamfields) January 31, 2019