Who’s on the lineup for Creamfields 2022 and can you still get tickets?

Dance music festival Creamfields will hold its weekend in the south of the UK in 2022, with tickets now available.

Despite predictions that the event would sell out almost immediately, at the time of writing (November 30, 2021) there still appears to be tickets on sale.

The festival will take place over the bank holiday weekend, from Thursday June 2 to Saturday June 4, 2022, at Hylands Park in Chelmsford.

The official website states: “The launch of Creamfields Chelmsford is a game-changer for the UK festival landscape and coincides with the 25th anniversary celebrations of its award-winning sister festival Creamfields Daresbury, which takes place each year in the heart of the Cheshire countryside and attracts sell to 70,000 spectators.

Who is in the Creamfields 2022 lineup?

Headlining the Friday festival will be dance music legend David Guetta, famous for hits like “Titanium (feat. Sia)”, “BED” and “Love Tonight”.

On Saturday night, it will be the turn of award-winning DJ and producer, Calvin Harris, whose back catalog includes the songs “Bounce”, “Summer” and “Feel So Close”.

The “Phase One Lineup” also lists other artists, including Amelie Lens, CamelPhat, Charlotte De Witte, Fat Boy Slim, Becky Hill, Carl Cox, Deadmau5 and Jamie Jones.

In the festival announcement, Creamfields said that “Since its inception, the UK edition has become one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world, attracting big name artists such as Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz, Tiësto, deadmau5, Carl Cox, Bicep LIVE, Chase & Status, Pendulum and The Chemical Brothers.

“Internationally, Creamfields is one of the few festivals to have successfully established itself in the global market with shows held in Chile, Abu Dhabi, Ibiza, Malta, Argentina, Peru, Hong Kong and several cities in China, to name a few.

How to Get Creamfields South 2022 Tickets

The easiest way to get festival tickets is to visit their official website.

Once you have selected the type of ticket you wish to purchase, the site will provide you with a wide range of outlets to purchase them.

The festival offers a payment system to spread the cost of tickets, which start at £75 for a Friday or Saturday pass and go up to £320 for a three-day ‘Gold’ camping pass.

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Jan G. Gilbert