Creamfields Festival 2019: the biggest highlights
As the UK edm and festival scene gears up for another spectacular edition of Creamfields, the hype grows stronger and stronger every day and with only a few more days until it all kicks off once again, we thought we would join in on the hype and give you a run-down of some of the biggest stars/headliners set to bless the Creamfields 2019 stages in UK.
deadmau5 – Arc
Noted down as a UK festival exclusive, Creamfields will be the only place to catch the incredible UK debut of deadmau5’s new ‘cube v3’ stage. Rocking the Horizon stage in 2017 with a different version of the cube, this Arc headlining set promises to be a spectacle not to be missed.
Martin Garrix – Generator presents STMPD
Martin Garrix is a name this is consistent with being presented on mainstages at every festival he appears as, but this year is different. Going off to explore slightly smaller stages with his imprint STMPD as it takes over festival stages, Garrix away from the mainstage is something that everyone should witness for themselves whether they are massive fans or not.
Eric Prydz – Steel Yard
For many years in a row, Prydz has always brought new and exciting concepts to Creamfields’ Steel Yard and this year is no exception. Bringing his ‘V O I D’ concept, fans will have to turn up to the stage to witness what ‘V O I D’ truly is. Something that has to be seen to be believed, he is known for pushing the boundaries of live shows and visuals and never disappoints.
Calvin Harris – Arc
Arguably one of the most exciting and anticipated sets of the weekend is from none other than superstar Calvin Harris. Headlining Arc, this will be his first appearance since 2016 when he rocked the Arc stage and also his first UK appearance since then. Marked as a UK exclusive, this is the only time Calvin Harris will be performing in the UK for the entirety of 2019.
The Chemical Brothers (Live) – BBC Radio 1 Stage
Hailed as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, live electronic acts around right now, The Chemical Brothers never fail to put on a spectacle. Overloading crowds with a sensory explosion of visuals, mind-blowing beats, and crazy good stage setup, they have solidified themselves as one of the top acts to see.
Above & Beyond – Anjunabeats
Simply put, Creamfields is where Above & Beyond shine. Drawing on the most dedicated crowd full of UK and Europe fans, the energy and atmosphere that Creamfields gives them is unforgettable. Playing as headliners at their own Anjunabeats stage in Creamfields, Above & Beyond are going to put on a massive show that is not to be missed.
Swedish House Mafia – Arc
The one that 99% of people have been waiting for the most. The hype around the Swedish trio is at an all-time high and with their last joint performance at Creamfields being way back in 2011, it’s overdue. Although some people think that the announcement was obvious with Axwell/\Ingrosso teasing their return at Creamfields 2018 by putting up the famous three dots on the screens as they walked off, it doesn’t make it any less exciting.
Adam Beyer ◻ Cirez D – Steel Yard
Like deadmau5, this is yet another UK exclusive debut. Set to close out the Steel Yard for 2019 with a bang, Adam Beyer and Cirez D (AKA Eric Prydz) will present their mind-blowing B2B set for the first time in the UK. With their past sets being produced by the same team behind Prydz’s EPIC shows, the duo is the most anticipated act out of all the headliners at Creamfields this year.
Camelphat – Generator presents Blow!
Arguably two of the fastest rising artists since the blow-up of their catchy track ‘Cola’, Camelphat have been everywhere around the world performing non-stop at the biggest festivals and events and now the duo gets to headline their very own stage. With sets fueled by non-stop anthems that will have anybody dancing without stopping, Camelphat is a duo that is taking the music world by storm.
With so many big names set to dominate the Creamfields stages, we can’t wait to see what they all bring to the fields as another edition approaches!
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