To mark 21 years of Creamfields, the festival has revealed that this year's edition will feature a set from the 40 piece Kaleidoscope Orchestra, who will perform a selection of dance tracks in their own unique style, as well as a tribute to one of dance music's biggest names.
Reimagining dance music isn't new for Cream, who have already hosted a series of Classical shows in Liverpool, London and Belfast. The orchestra will be putting a classical-twist on dance music over on the Horizon stage on Saturday 25 August.
Creamfields returns to Daresbury this August bank holiday weekend, and will feature sets from Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, Tiësto, Adam Beyer, Giggs, Major Lazer and many more.
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