A Complete Review of Creamfields South 2022 [Magazine Featured]

A Complete Review of Creamfields South 2022 [Magazine Featured]

A Complete Review of Creamfields South 2022 [Magazine Featured]

Honoring their 25th anniversary, fields of cream branched to Hylands Park, Chelmsfordwith the very first edition of South Creamfields, throughout the holiday weekend, from June 2 to 4. Brandishing a star-studded lineup, fans in the South of England had less distance to travel than if they had to travel to the standard Northern Edition, with some of the biggest names in dance music landing on their doorstep in abundance. .

Like the main edition of Creamfields in Daresbury, Creamfields South has also been designed to be a camping festival, with punters able to stay on site for the three days of the festival, from Thursday to Saturday. As it was the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend, most had a four-day long weekend, meaning thousands of people were able to kick off the Creamfields celebrations at Essex Thursday night.

Hylands Park is no stranger to festivals having previously hosted V-Festival and RizeFestival over the past decade and has hosted a few thousand people in its vast spaces for an action-packed first night of the festival. Only two stages were open on Thursday night, but some esteemed names took to the stage through 6 hours of irresistible live electronic music. The Cream scene saw people like Jack wins, new hype, Kryderand Olly James behind the decks (with a special mention to Mike Davies of We Rave You who also performed). On the other hand, Terrace Cream championed established names such as Mollie Collins, Kidekoand FooR to see a captivating first night, to give us a first taste of what Creamfields South is all about.

For Friday, the number of stages has been multiplied by 4, with the opening of the main stage, as well as all the FULL ON, Mega Arena, Nation, Paradise, Sub_Aural, and warehouse stages across the festival grounds. Event organizers have wasted no time bringing together some of the best and newest electronic bands in a plethora of genres, as evidenced by

Image Credit: Anthony Mooney for Creamfields / Supplied by Press

Jan G. Gilbert