Creamfields, which takes place over the August bank holiday weekend from early entry Thursday 27th until Sunday 30th August 2020, again at the Daresbury Estate, Halton, Cheshire has announced a second act.
Since storming onto the drum & bass scene nearly two decades ago, Pendulum have arguably become one of the biggest names associated with the genre. But until a few months ago, the original trio of Rob Swire (Anscenic), Gareth McGrillen (Speed) and Paul Harding (El Hornet) hadn't performed live together for over a decade. That was until the TRINITY concept was born, and the trio are now back as one with their brand-new live show, performing Creamfields 2020 on Saturday 29th August.
Pendulum are no strangers to Creamfields having made their debut in 2006 the same year the festival made its home in Daresbury and have performed many times since. However, 2020 will see them unveil TRINITY for the first time at Creamfields bringing with them their infamous large- scale production, live vocals and unleashing some new music to the masses!
Commenting on their return: "We can't wait to headline the Arena at Creamfields next year, we've always had a great time at the festival and we're looking forward to our return in 2020".
The only other act announced so far is Dutch DJ/producer Armin Van Buuren who will headline the South Stage on the Saturday. There's loads more to be announced over the coming months..
Tickets are on sale, priced as follows:-
adult standard 2-day with camping: £170
adult standard 3-day with camping: £190
adult standard 4-day with camping: £200
adult standard 2-day no camping: £140 or £160
adult standard 3-day no camping: £220
Friday only: £65
Saturday only: £85
Sunday only: £90
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