Is Creamfields South aired on the radio? How to listen to the festival

With one week remaining until Creamfields South, there is so much to look forward to. The festival which runs from June 2-4 has a total of eight stages with over 70 different acts performing over the weekend.

The dance and electronic music festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary with two separate events – Creamfields South and Creamfields North. This is the first time that one of the UK’s biggest festivals will take place in Essex.

Creamfields South supports a huge lineup, some of the headliners include Calvin Harris, Fatboy Slim, David Guetta and Idris Elba. There are still a few tickets available for the three-day event. Only those with the three-day ticket can attend Thursday’s event.

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If you can’t attend Hylands Park in Chelmsford over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend, you’re in luck as the event is also broadcast to your home via radio. The festival has its own radio station called Creamfields Radio, which is hosted by Gareth Wyn.

Outside of festival days, the radio station plays electronic music for rave lovers. It features the best music from past festivals on the first Friday of every month.

Those unable to attend the festival can tune into Creamfields Radio via Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, M-XCloud, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio and Deezer to listen to all the main stage performances.

Jan G. Gilbert