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Beginners guide to Creamfields 2016

· Creamfields

This summer’s Cheshire treasure bank holiday four-days festival treat, ‘Creamfields’ is approaching August 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th and sponsored by ‘Cream’. It is the ultimate dance anthem heated party, which has held more than a whopping 14,000 number of party goers…

Tickets are available on: http://www.creamfields.com/tic kets, from only £20!

What’s on?

This creamy British spectacular is definitely one to not miss. Creamfields has been granted the ‘UK Festival Award for Best Dance Festival’, making it an all-time favourite which has been running ever since 1998, but in Winchester, Hampshire.

Dance fanatics should sure not miss out on this phenomenon...so grab your dancing shoes, and dance the day and night away!

Who will be performing?

There are a range of fabulous line ups that you can clap your sandals too! On Thursday, Eddie Halliwell, Jordan Suckley, Ben Gold, Mark Sherry, Craig Connelly and Venom One will take over the ‘Cream’.  The ‘Sexy By Nature’ arena will be hosted by Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Kryder, Redondo, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, Jack Eye Jones and LilRockIt.  DJ SKT, Sonny Fodera, Sam Divine, Midnight City and a special guest, Doorly, and many more will be twirling on the ‘Cream Terrace’. Last but not least, the ‘Cream Hospitality’ will be sparked up by the likes of, Paul Nunn & James Glover, Strictly Underground and Ricochet Musica!

Friday artists, Alesso, Knife Party, Nervo will spin up the ‘North Stage’. The Armada arena will be dominated by acts, Armin Van Buuren, Andrew Rayel, Orjan Nilsen, Marlo, David Gravell, Khomha and Ruben de Ronde. Or, become whirled into ‘Paradise’ with Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers, Richy Ahmed, Denney, Robert James and special guest, Maya Jane Coles. Pepsi Max will be presenting Michael Calfan, Third Party, Sam Feldt, Curbi, Junior J and more. The great ‘Cream Hospitality’ picturesque scene will invite Jemmy, George Kafetzis, Adam Cartwright, Bernie Lee and Aarron Amihere. Plus, ‘Andy C presents RAM’ will stage Andy C- himself, Wilkinson, High Contrast, Delta Heavy, Loadstar, Dub Phizix & Strategy, Annix, North Base with special guests, Roni Size & Krust and Present Full Cycle. For you MC fans… rap away to the banging beats from Tonn Piper, AD-APT, Stamina MC, Visionobi and Strategy!

Saturday and Sunday will boast the following arenas, South Stage, North Stage, Cream Saturday, Hard Presents, Jam Packed, All Gone Pet Tong, Pepsi Max, Ants, Tidy, Smash The House, Revealed, Pydra, MK Area10, GoodGreef Xtra Hard, Cream Classics and again Cream Hospitality. A select few top artists that will be grabbing the crowd’s attention includes, Calvin Harris, Duke Dumont, Disciples, Friend Within, Galantis, Wolfpack, Hannah Wants, Robin Schulz, Avicii, Danny Howard and the famous FatBoy Slim presenting the ‘Smile High Club’…what more could you ask for?!

Travel & Accommodation

The usual festival coach partner, ‘The Big Green Coach’ will be picking up you crazy creamfielders from your own desired location, from 86 places from up north to down south…so sit back, relax, avoid the hassle of driving and finding a parking space, and suffer with that grim but worth it hangover on a comfy coach… but make sure you secure your spot with a £10 deposit fee!

Otherwise, you can pop onto the train and take the Runcorn Station stop or Warrington Central stop, with the nearest mainline station being, Liverpool Lime Street.

On the other hand, why not live the full festival experience? Go for the greener life and invest in your own ‘dreamfield’ camping site with the birds and bees… there are many camping options to ensure you fulfil your needs in style, such as, Podpads, Tipis, Suite Huts, Hotel Bell Tents and more which glamps up the whole adventure beautifully!

24-7 security and reception will be on site and other perks includes, complimentary hot fresh showers, pamper marquee and phone charging sockets to make you feel even more at home!

To find out more about accommodation arrangements, visit: http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/ dreamfields/

By Stephanie Smith