Right now, everyone is talking about the huge UK return of Swedish House Mafia at Creamfields. Blowing expectations, they closed off the outdoor Arc stage for the entire day leading up to the Swedes’ performance and it’s easy to see why. With their massive production which has become iconic for their performances of 2019, it took a team to stay overnight to start building the stage for it to be ready on time.
When the Swedish House Mafia set started, it was met by thunderous applause but the biggest ‘wow’ moment had to be when they dropped huge track ‘Antidote’. During the drop of that track, huge flames which were taller than the stage itself lit up the crowd and left everyone in disbelief. Arguably the biggest flames and pyro the festival has ever seen, putting on a spectacle like that caused some hefty damage to the LED screens that curve round the stage.
According to reports made by YourEDM and a post made on Facebook via the ‘Creamfields Social‘ group (a fan community made for people attending the festival to discuss it and create meetups), the flames have caused ‘£4 million’ worth of damage. Whether this is true or false is not confirmed and at this point is just rumors, but check out the post below where the information began to surface.