Creamfields 2021: Where is the dance music festival, how to get tickets, confirmed dates and lineup
The festivals could be held this year, and organizers of the Creamfields festival in Cheshire have already released a promising line-up.
The live music scene was shut down in March 2020 and will be one of the last industries to reopen, according to England’s roadmap out of lockdown.
Uncertainty has led to events such as Glastonbury being canceled in 2021, but festival-goers can expect to see Tiesto and Martin Garrix at Creamfields.
So where will it be and will it be a full weekend of live entertainment and camping in the Dreamfields? That’s what you need to know.
When is Creamfields 2021?
Creamfields will take place over four days, from Thursday August 26 to Sunday August 29, 2021.
Where is Creamfields 2021?
The festival takes place in Daresbury, in the Cheshire countryside and is easily accessible by car, train or bus.
There are also shuttle buses to take festival-goers to the campsite from the main train stations in Liverpool and Manchester and the surrounding area.
More than 300 artists will perform throughout the four-day weekend, although not all have been revealed.
Confirmed artists Chase and Status, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Pete Tong and Alesso are sure to please audiences.
Above & Beyond, Afrojack, Adam Beyer, Tiësto and deadmau5 have also been secured.
The festival features world-renowned house, trance, techno, electronic and EDM artists.
The 6-month deposit system, where you can pay for your ticket in monthly installments, ends on February 24, 2021.
You can purchase two-, three-, or four-day passes as well as Dreamfields Camping Tickets and Bronze, Silver, and Gold Tickets.
A standard two-day pass with camping for Saturday and Sunday will cost £195 plus a booking fee. A standard full festival pass costs £240 plus booking fee.
A four-day Gold Pass costs £400. Two-day passes for Gold services are now sold out.
Dreamfields deluxe cabins, tents and cabins are also available, although you still need to purchase a ticket to the event if purchasing any form of deluxe accommodation.
Will there be any Covid restrictions in place?
Coronavirus restrictions will be adhered to in line with UK government restrictions in England.
According to the UK government’s roadmap, by June 21 there could be spectator events and pilots will start for the festivals. All legal limits on social contacts will also be removed.
By the end of June, the Prime Minister said he was “very optimistic” the restrictions will end and no further lockdowns will be needed.
Therefore, by the end of the summer, it is very possible that the festival – usually attended by around 80,000 people – will be allowed to go ahead, without Covid restrictions.