Creamfields North 2023; when will it take place and when will tickets go on sale?
We are already looking forward to the UK’s biggest EDM event next year.
With Creamfields North 2022 Now complete and dusted, clubbers across the North of England will no doubt be eagerly awaiting details for when Daresbury once again opens its doors to the crème de la crème of dance world’s greatest performers.
When will Creamfields North 2023 take place?
Creamfields North 2023 is scheduled for the August 2023 Bank Holiday, 24-27 August 2023, once again in Daresbury, Cheshire.
This continues Creamfields’ long-standing trend of being one of the last remaining summer festivals in the UK, dating back to 2000.
Who will play at Creamfields North 2023?
No official lineup for Creamfields North 2023 has been announced, although in previous years Creamfields North has seen the likes of Carl Cox, fat thin boy and Annie Mac become regulars at the big dance event.
Previous headliners for Creamfields North:
- 2022: Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Camelphat, Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz, Above and Beyond, Scooter, Charlotte de Witte
- 2021: David Guetta, Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, Martin Garrix, Adam Beyer, Tiësto, Laidback Luke
- 2019: deadmau5, Martin Garrix, Carl Cox, Calvin Harris, The Chemical Brothers, Swedish House Mafia
- 2018: Carl Cox, Armin van Buuren, The Chainsmokers, Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Giggs, Tiësto, Hardwell, Eric Prydz, Fatboy Slim, Adam Beyer.
When do tickets go on sale for Creamfields North 2023?
Tickets have not yet gone on sale for Creamfields North 2023however the festival organizers have set up a registration page for clubbers to subscribe to, which will provide updates and ticket presale information.
Organizers for Northern Cream Fields have already warned the public about Facebook they expect the 2023 event to sell out, so they advised signing up to their mailing list to avoid disappointment.
What is Creamfields?
fields of cream is a series of electronic dance music festivals founded and organized by a British club promoter Cream and was first held in 1998 in Winchester. It moved to Cream’s home town of Liverpool in 1999 and was held at Liverpool Speke Airport until moving to the Daresbury estate a year later.
Originally a one-day event, fields of cream expanded into a four-day festival bringing together the best of British and international electronic dance music and is considered the country’s premier dance music event.
To celebrate 25 years of fields of creamorganizers launched a second festival – Creamfields South – earlier this year at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, leading to the original North of England event being renamed Northern Cream Fields.