Full lineup announced for Creamfields South 2022
South Creamfields recently announced a stellar list of world famous DJ names, set to make an appearance on the very first episode of Creamfields South.
The sister event to its monstrous northern counterpart, Daresbury’s Creamfields Festival, the brand new fifty-thousand-capacity gathering will welcome people like Eric Pridz, CamelPhat, Charlotte De Witte, fat thin boy, hybrid spirits, Ben Nicky, David Guetta, Helen Hauff, Michael Bibi, Jamie Jones, Maya Jane Coles and many more to discover on the site of what should be an annual feature of the UK festival calendar.
Check out the full lineup on the Creamfields South Instagram post below…
The two-day show, which takes place on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 June, on the stunning and iconic grounds of Chelmsford Hylands Park, will provide fans with multiple arenas and music stages. One of them, a Steel Yard superstructure, will be able to accommodate up to fifteen thousand passionate festival-goers. A sight to behold, we’re sure.
The launch of Creamfields South is a game-changer for the UK festival landscape, bringing the first double dance festival to UK dance fans, and coincides with this year’s twenty-fifth anniversary of the award-winning Daresbury-based original show.
The world-renowned Nordic event, which sold out in record time last year, will throw its biggest party yet to mark its huge milestone. Seventy thousand revelers are expected to take to the fields of Daresbury to watch epic sets from talent such as Martin Garrix, Armin Van Buuren, Nina Kraviz, Tiesto, CamelPhat, David Guetta and hundreds of other respected names.
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