Creamfields. Even the name is enough to send shudders of joy down the spine of dance music enthusiasts all over the world. For over 20 years, the UK festival has delivered the very best in electronic talent across the August Bank Holiday, and for British ravers, there’s quite simply no other place to be – or way to spend – your final weekend of the summer. Dropping their full 2019 line-up this morning, Creamfields have (unsurprisingly) delivered the goods again!
With Martin Garrix, Tchami and deadmau5 all headlining Friday evening, Saturday sees a return for Calvin Harris – who will end his 3 year festival hiatus – as well as a full Anjunabeats stage takeover from Above & Beyond, and an eagerly anticipated set from prog-house masters, Third Party. However, all eyes are on Sunday, and though the Horizon stage will see performances from the likes of Oliver Heldens and Tiesto, the main attention of the night is sure to be on the Arc Stage as Swedish House Mafia play their first UK show in over 7 years!
With the rest of the line-up still blurred out, it looks as though Creamfields still have a few surprises left to spring before the August event, with many fans sending the rumour mill spinning by suggesting that Sunday may see a full SHM takeover, similar to their Milton Keynes Bowl event in 2012, when the Scandinavian trio handpicked a support line-up of Alesso, Pete Tong, and many more of their friends to join them.
You can catch the full line-up (so far!) below thanks to these three images which show Friday, Saturday, and Sunday’s stellar billing of talent: