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Creamfields 2020

  • Daresbury Estate, Warrington, United Kingdom
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A festival on every dance fan's bucket list

Creamfields 2020 will no longer be taking place due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. On this decision the festival's statement reads: "We have been closely monitoring the global situation and it has become clear that it’s simply not possible for this year’s edition to go ahead. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support, rest assured we will be back stronger than ever next year and we hope to see you all then. 

We will return August Bank Holiday 2021, and we are working hard to transfer as many of this year’s artists as possible to Creamfields 2021. We’re pleased to confirm an array of amazing artists have already confirmed they will be joining us including: Adam Beyer, Ben Nicky, Boris Brejcha, Carl Cox, deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Hot Since 82, Laidback Luke, Martin Garrix, Peggy Gou, Tiësto, and Timmy Trumpet.” You can read the full statement from the festival here.

Ticket-holders will have the option to roll their ticket over to next year's edition, set to take place on 26th - 29th August 2021. All Festicket customers will be contacted regarding next steps.

Creamfields Festival returns to Daresbury in August 2020 for another bank holiday weekend of dance music, showcasing a lineup that brings together the biggest artists from the worlds of EDM, house, techno, drum and bass, trance and more. 

Now the UK's most famous dance music festival, Creamfields has featured some of the biggest names in the scene, including the return of iconic supergroup Swedish House Mafia and the first performance of Cirez & Adam Beyer. 2020's lineup will see the return of trance maestro Armin van Buuren, as well as Pendulum's new TRINITY show, with there being little doubt the Creamfields' 2020 lineup will deliver more historical moments. 

Born out of the legendary Liverpool brand Cream which became famous for its club nights in the 1990s, Creamfields now brings together over 70,000 people and 300 of the world's biggest artists and DJs each summer. And that's just in the UK, with the brand also hosting satellite events in counties such as Chile.

All this comes together under immense stage production, including the now instantly recognisable Steel Yard, as well as epic visuals, light shows and pyrotechnics, that have made Creamfields into a global player in dance music and a festival on every fan's bucket list.

Deep in Cheshire's idyllic countryside sits the Daresbury Estate, where Creamfields has called home since 2008. Lying midway between Liverpool and Manchester, the venue has quick and easy links between the two cities. 


Daresbury Estate, 1 Hall Lane, Warrington, 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).

Minimum age of entry is 18.


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