Creamfields has unveiled a brand new stage structure for 2018's festival, named the Generator.
Fresh off the back of announcing the groundbreaking 360-degree SILO arena, the festival have taken things up another level with this latest announcement.
A cavernous structure made of scaffold and shipping containers, giving the arena an industrial feel that has more than a few surprises in store, the Generator's walls also double as viewing galleries.
The stage will also include an enormous all-encompassing and multi-dimensional wall of LED screens at the stage end, as well as an abundance of lights, lasers, and pyro that will span the length and breadth of the structure, in what looks set to be a raving experience like no other.
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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