Eric Prydz, Alesso and More Announced for Creamfields 2022 as Full Lineup Revealed

The highly anticipated cinch presents the full range of Creamfields North has finally been announced.

On the occasion of their 25and anniversary, some of the biggest names in electronic music will descend on the Cheshire countryside this August bank holiday.

The world-class dance music festival is pulling out all the stops for its twenty-five year celebrations which return next August on the bank holiday.

Previously announced headliners include Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Camelphat, Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz and Above and Beyond.

But now fans will also be able to see performances from Eric Prydz who brings his breathtaking HOLO show, Alesso, Bicep Live, Becky Hill, Fatboy Slim, MK, Idris Elba, Scooter, Ben Nicky, Patrick Topping, Charlotte De Witte, Michael Bibi, Fisher, Ida Enberg, Example, Seth Troxler, Jax Jones, Chase & Status (DJ Set), Joel Corry, Amelie Lens, Jamie Jones, Jodie Harsh, Sonny Fodera, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Joseph Capriati, Timmy Trumpet, Pete Tong, Darren Styles, Hot Since 82, Kolsch, Paul Oakenfold, Skepsis, Solardo, Anna Tur, Holy Goof, Ewan McVicar, Dimension, Cristoph, Yousef, Black Coffee, Franky Wah, Denis Sulta, Andy C, Hannah Wants, W&W, Paul Van Dyk, Will Sparks, Syreeta, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, ATB, Vini Vici, Arielle Free, Sarah Story and D-Block & Stefan to name a few.

To see the full list, click here.

Creamfields North sold out in record time when tickets went on sale in September, but from 9am (GMT) this Friday (25and February), a limited number of Failed Deposit Tickets will be available for those who are quick enough to collect them.

Over the past 25 years, Creamfields has become one of the world’s top music festivals, loved by electronic music fans everywhere, renowned for delivering unbeatable world-class line-ups and jaw-dropping production.

Fields of Cream 2022

2022 is set to be a huge year for Creamfields, which also coincides with the launch of its new 50,000 seat sister festival – Creamfields South, which will see another wave of big name acts perform throughout the Jubilee Bank weekend. Holiday.

Join the waitlist now to be first in line for tickets here.

Jan G. Gilbert