Full Lineup for Creamfields North 2022 Announced
Cinch Presents Creamfields North has just announced a massive lineup that represents the largest and most diverse musical offering in the festival’s 25-year history.
The award-winning dance festival now features a staggering 250 names across a range of genres, with full arena breakdowns offering something for every electronic music taste. What promises to be the most stellar edition of Creamfields to date will take place this August bank holiday in Daresbury, Cheshire, and promises to be the highlight of the summer festival season.
Some of the names included on the billing are Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Eric Prydz pres HOLO, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Camelphat, Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz, Above and Beyond, Alesso, Bicep Live, Becky Hill, Fatboy Slim , MK, Idris Elba, Scooter, Ben Nicky, Patrick Topping, Michael Bibi, Anfisa Letyago, Tale of Us, ARTBAT, Alan Fitzpatrick, Mange tout, Loco Dice, Peggy Gou, Sasha, Paul Van Dyk, Maya Jane Coles, Enrico Sangiulano , Chloe Robinson, Alok, Sam Divine, Mat Zo, Paul Woolford, 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, Brennan Heart, Disciples, Third Party, Luude, Mike Williams, Wheats, Lost Fr equencies, Laidback Luke, Eli Brown, Will Atkinson, Paul Van Dyk, Will Sparks, Syreeta, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, ATB, Vini Vici, Arielle Free, Sarah Story, D-Block & Stefan and many more.
For the full lineup and breakdown by arena over the four days, go to www.creamfields.com/lineup
2022 has already been a huge year for Creamfields, with the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend seeing the inaugural edition of their new 50,000 capacity sister festival, Creamfields South, with the second edition already announced for May Bank Holiday next year .