For the first time, Creamfields South will take place in the south of England in the heart of Chelmsford’s Hylands Park.
The electronic and dance festival has attracted artists like Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Swedish House Mafia, Chase & Status, The Chemical Brothers and Pendulum. He has also established himself internationally with shows held in Ibiza, Peru and Hong Kong to name a few.
Creamfields South 2022 is a sister event to Creamfields and the two should not be confused. Creamfields will celebrate its 25th anniversary at Daresbury in Cheshire in August 2022. Creamfields is unfortunately sold out but Creamfields South still has plenty of tickets available.
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Creamfields South 2022 headliners include David Guetta, Idris Elba, Fatboy Slim, Becky Hill and many more. But when is Creamfields South 2022 and what is the age limit for those wishing to attend?
When is Creamfields South 2022?
The electronic festival is scheduled for the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend, starting on Thursday June 2 and ending on Saturday June 4. The event is located just over an hour’s drive from London.
If you are traveling by car from the East Anglia region, follow the A12 to Chelmsford, then change to the A414, signs and directions will lead you to the event from there. On the parking side, you can either pre-book your parking pass or pay on site.
If you are a Gold Ticket holder or have booked Dreamfields accommodation, free parking is included in your package, so you do not need to pay extra for parking. Parking tickets and other means of transport are available on ticket master.
What is the age limit for this year’s festival?
You must be 18+ to enter Creamfields South. Festival goers will be required to provide a valid ID for entry, this may be a driver’s license, passport, PASS logo ID, armed forces photo ID or ID card. national identity issued by your country of origin. The identity document you present must be up to date.
A bracelet will be given to you once you have proven your identity and age. The event follows the Challenge 21 scheme, which prevents the sale of alcohol and cigarettes to anyone under the age of 18, and will see bar staff ask for ID from anyone they believe is under 21 years old.
How to get tickets
The first set of tickets went on sale November 30, 2021. Tickets for the festival are still available, but Saturday’s event has limited availability.
Tickets for the three-day event start at £85. The standard ticket price for all three days is £220, excluding booking fees. Only holders of a three-day camping ticket can access the festival on Thursday.