more acts and arenas for Creamfields

Brodinski, Kissy Sell Out, Chad Valley, Jaguar Skills, and loads more

By Scott Williams | Published: Fri 13th May 2011


Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th August 2011
Daresbury Estate, Halton, Cheshire, WA4 4AR, England MAP
camping tickets £115, day tickets £60, Friday arrival £20 - SOLD OUT
Daily capacity: 40,000
Last updated: Mon 1st Aug 2011

Creamfields which takes place at Daresbury Estate, Halton, Cheshire over August Bank Holiday have announced even more acts and arenas to their every growing line-up.

Acts just announced include DJ/ Producer Hardwell who joins Tiёsto on the Clublife Stage bill, Dutch DJ/Producer Oliver Twizt who joins Laidback Luke in his Super You & Me Arena, and Italo/disco kings Serge Santiago and Tom Neville aka Retro/Grade who return on Sunday for a DJ set joining David Guetta and Afrojack on the Main Stage.

This year Strongbow return with their specially built on site festival pub, The Graft & The Glory Pub, and a line-up that includes Brodinski, Kissy Sell Out, Chad Valley, Louis La Roche, Rory Phillips, Maxxi Soundsystem, Mr Paul, and Retro/Grade on Saturday. On Sunday it hosts Jaguar Skills, DJ Zinc, Goldierocks, Marc Roberts, Stopmakingme, Dansette Junior, General Jimmy, and Star Slinger.

This year the Mixmag Future Heroes Arena will be housed in an all new 'Igloo' structure. The IglooVision Arena which first debuted at Glastonbury features a panoramic graphic environment which will be specially adapted in real time to suit the mood and music of the performance. Organisers say, "Festival goers will be treated to a 360 degree video wall that comes alive, changing from underwater to flaming hot club scenes – this is as close to becoming 'Tron' as you'll ever get and an audio visual feast not to be missed."

The Mixmag Future Heroes will present D.O.D, Igor Project, Ricochet Musica, Nelly, Anthony Probyn, Jemmy, Ed Mackie, and James Dutton on Saturday.

Whilst on Sunday the IglooVision becomes the Residents Arena which will see performances from H2, Tim Owen, Adam Helliwell, Thomas Tuft, Steve Parry, Lee Rands, Anton Powers, Sean Hughes, Lee Ellis, Andy Woods, and Chris Mimo.

Appearing on the specially concerted ex-military Jäger Rock Truck on Saturday will be DJ Ellesse, Mark Mac, Sam Rice, Zutekh, Rob Casson, and Andy Currie. Sunday's line-up includes Paul Nunn & James Glover, LMP DJs, Denny Dowd, DJ Andy Clayton & DJ Mark Bryan, Simon Unwin, Kev McGowan, and Dash.

Headlined by The Chemical Brothers (live), and David Guetta, plus Tiesto, Paul van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Magnetic Man, David Guetta, Eric Prydz. Katy B, Sven Vath, Marco Carola, AfroJack, Ferry Corsten, Eddie Halliwell, Judge Jules, Example, Chicane, Calvin Harris (DJ Set), A-Trak, Sasha, Pete Tong, James Zabiela, Joris Voorn, Sebastien Leger, Steve Angello, Erol Alkan, Boys Noize, Fake Blood, Andy C, Joker, and Laidback Luke with many more confirmed, and more to be announced. For the line-up details as available please click here.

Tickets are priced at £115 with or without camping, with day tickets priced at £60 for either Saturday or Sunday. There is access to the event on Friday which is limited and only open to festival goers camping at the event. Any existing camping ticket holders wishing to purchase a Friday ticket for £20 (standard) / £30 (hospitality).

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