The world-famous Creamfields festival returns to Cheshire in 2017, with an unrivalled dance music line-up. The multi-award winning festival continues to grow year on year, with crowds of up to 60,000 turning out each day. And Creamfields 2017 brings another 4 days of live music across the August bank holiday weekend.
Creamfields is an unmissable fixture in the EDM calendar, with past headliners including Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia and David Guetta. This year sees an A-Z of global dance music producers take to the stage, from Alesso and Axwell & Ingrosso, to Tiesto and Wilkinson. Day tickets for the Saturday and Sunday of the festival start at just £85, with two-day camping tickets at £175. Three-day camping tickets cost £200 and the full four-day dance music experience is an affordable £220.
Megabus make your festival planning that bit easier, with buses running to two nearby locations. Services to Liverpool depart from seven nationwide locations, and we also offer a bus service to Warrington from Silverstone. Shuttle buses then run regularly to the festival campsite, taking you virtually door-to-door.
Creamfields first appeared in Winchester in 1998, with live performances from Run DMC and Daft Punk. Since then, music lovers have danced through the festival’s doors in Liverpool and its current home – Daresbury, Cheshire. Over the course of Creamfields’ history it has grown from a one-day dance music event, to a four-day long weekend of live music and partying.
Huge crowds turn out each year to see the biggest names in global dance music over multiple stages. Past Creamfields headliners have included Calvin Harris, Daft Punk, Basement Jaxx, The Chemical Brothers and Avicii, plus iconic artists like Kasabian, Ian Brown and Primal Scream. Creamfields’ popularity has seen versions of the festival held all over Europe, in South America and Mexico, drawing the biggest names in dance music and even bigger crowds.
The iconic festival celebrates its 20th anniversary in style in 2017, with a line-up of dance music royalty. The likes of Martin Garrix, Steve Angello and The Chainsmokers are on the bill, for what’s set to be an unmissable bank holiday weekend of music. The Creamfields campsite opens on Thursday 24th August, until Monday 28th, with the live music taking place Thursday to Sunday.
The Creamfields 2017 line-up reads like a complete guide to modern dance music. Global hitmakers Axwell and Ingrosso, The Chainsmokers, Galantis and Martin Garrix are set to take to the Cheshire stage, plus Martin Solveig, Steve Angello, Tiesto and many more. Creamfields creates the soundtrack of your summer, blasting the biggest beats and catchiest tunes of the past few years directly from their makers. And Creamfields always champions homegrown talent, with British dance acts Chase and Status, Fatboy Slim, Sigma, Sub Focus and Wilkinson all on the bill for 2017.
Packed with chart-toppers, the Creamfields line-up includes Duke Dumont, Eric Prydz, Faithless, Gorgon City, Hannah Wants, Lost Frequencies, Nicky Romero, Oliver Heldens, Pendulum and Tchami. Renowned DJs Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Danny Howard and MistaJam are on hand to remix the latest and greatest dance music tracks. And if you fancy a quick break from EDM, grime artist Stormzy is on the bill, playing his number one album Gang Signs and Prayer.
If festival portaloos and the thought of assembling your own tent are posing hesitant questions, then Dreamfields luxury camping options are the answer. Enjoy a private VIP area, toilets and warm showers, plus all the fun of the festival. Pre-pitched tents are hassle-free, house 2 to 8 people, and start from just £137. A classic cabin includes comfortable beds, a lockable door, a mirror and room lighting, and costs just £538 for two people. Other Dreamfields camping options include luxury tipis, a crew dome and a summer lodge.
The Chainsmokers headline the BBC Radio 1 Stage on the Friday night of Creamfields, in the pinnacle of what’s been an incredible few years for the US duo. With a string of top 10 hits worldwide, and now a number 1 US album under their belt, The Chainsmokers are currently on their ‘Memories Do Not Open’ tour. Expect electric drops and endless dance beats from one of the hottest properties in modern dance.
Award-winning Hollywood actor Idris Elba is on the Creamfields line-up for Sunday. A promising DJ before his hugely successful acting career took off, Elba still performs live music sets, having DJ’ed at Ibiza Rocks among other prestigious venues. With a string of low-key gigs on the cards in the run-up to Creamfields, live music is clearly a passion for the talented London-born actor.
Planning your summer festival is hassle-free with Megabus. We’re running a number of bus services taking you within touching distance of the campsite. And with a 20kg luggage allowance, you can take all the essentials plus some non-essentials! Our bus services to Liverpool run from seven locations – Birmingham, Coventry, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Rugby and Silverstone. And an alternative bus service from Silverstone takes you to Warrington where, just as with Liverpool, you’re only a short shuttle bus ride from the campsite.
Creamfields opens its doors on Thursday 24th August at 12pm, where you can begin to pitch your tents, ready for a weekend of music and mayhem. The main arena is open Thursday through Sunday, where the live music will take place. On Saturday 26th August, the arena is open until 4am, hosting an all-night party in the Cheshire park. The campsite closes on Monday 28th August, when you might just need the year-long recovery session before it re-opens in 2018.
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