The British mothership of dance music
Leading from the very front of the pack since 1998, Creamfields is constantly growing and evolving, setting the pace for dance music festivals all over the world.
Having burst out of the intense clubbing culture of England’s north west in the late 90s, Creamfields has been instrumental in shaping the dance music scene as we know it today.
But it doesn’t simply rely on its heritage. Creamfield’s spectacular visuals, light shows, FX towers, pyrotechnics and firework finale still set it a cut above the rest. The lineup each year is studded with every star you could think of, and there are just way too many awards it has won to mention.
Creamfields' army of global devotees has spawned an international family of festivals, and the UK event continues to light the way at its head. 2015 will no doubt be another fast sell-out, so don't get caught cold. This is not one to miss.
- George Kafetzis
- Rob Casson
- Adam Wilson
- Paul Nunn & James Glover
- Aaron Amihere
- Ricochet Musica
MISTAJAM PRESENTS SPEAKERBOX
- Sean Hughes
- James Dutton
- Josh Demello
- Ed Mackie
- Alan Hartley
- Sean Dougherty
FATBOY SLIM PRESENTS SMILE HIGH CLUB
MK AREA 10
PEPSI MAX ARENA
DON'T LET DADDY KNOW
GOODGREEF XTRA HARD
- Paul Dolphin
- Bernie Lee
- Adam Cartwright
- Sam Rice
- Junior J
- Andy Mac
South-west of Manchester, the Daresbury Estate is deep in Cheshire’s quintessentially English countryside. Creamfields has made Daresbury its home and worldwide base since 2008, with many international editions now established across the globe.
1 Hall Lane, Daresbury, WA4 4AR, United Kingdom
The Daresbury Estate is close to Manchester Airport (25 minutes away) and Liverpool John Lennon Airport (30 minutes away), both of which are large international airports. The closest train stations to Daresbury are Runcorn and Warrington Central.
FROM MANCHESTER AIRPORT: There are trains to Manchester Piccadilly every 10 minutes. The journey takes 14 minutes and costs £5 (€6). From there, 21 minute trains depart every 30 minutes for Warrington Central, at a cost of £10 (€12).
FROM LIVERPOOL JOHN LENNON: Buses leave the airport every 10 minutes into the centre of Liverpool, which is just 10 minutes away. The fare is £3 (€3). From Liverpool South Parkway High, trains depart for Warrington Central every 20 minutes and take 15 minutes. It’ll cost you £9 (€11).
Alternatively, Line X1 buses run direct from Blackburn Street (just north of the airport) to Runcorn, every 2 hours. It’s only a 20 minute journey, and costs £4 (€5).
Details for this year have not been released, but last year the campsite was open from 12 noon Friday to 12 noon Monday, and the car parks were open from 12 noon Friday to 2pm Monday.
Yes, you must be 18 to attend Creamfields.
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