Creamfields has upped its game for 2019, having already announced a series of headline artist announcements which will see performances from the likes of Swedish House Mafia (UK Festival Exclusive), Calvin Harris (UK Festival Exclusive), Tiësto, deadmau5 (UK Festival Exclusive), Adam Beyer, Cirez D (Debut Festival Exclusive), The Chemical Brothers (Live), Martin Garrix, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond and The Black Madonna to name a few. (links marked with * are affiliates)
Artists for what is undoubtedly the biggest electronic line up of the year include Fatboy Slim, Duke Dumont, Fisher, Jauz, Rezz, Holy Goof, Malaa, Testpilot, Dillon Francis, Will Sparks, Da Tweekaz, Shy FX, B.Traits, Coone, Ferry Corsten, Sub Zero Project, Sam Divine, Radical Redemption, Marcel Dettmann, UMEK, La Fleur, High Contrast, Aly & Fila, Cristoph, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Matrix & Futurebound, Danny Howard, Benny Benassi, ilan Bluestone, Sonny Fodera, Grum, Dusky, Gabriel & Dresden, Dyro, Dimension, Cosmic Gate, Laidback Luke, Joyhauser, Bart B More, Weiss, Mason Collective, Sidney Charles, Jon Rundell + many more. With over 300 acts expected to perform across 30 stages and Friday’s Steel Yard headline show still be announced.
Calvin Harris also announced his return to the UK this summer, after a three-year hiatus he’s back for a festival exclusive, headlining the Arc Stage at Creamfields on Saturday 24th August Bank Holiday weekend. The Scottish DJ/Producer needs little introduction, either to dance music fans or Creamfields itself. A regular at the festival since he made his debut appearance over a decade ago, Calvin is undoubtedly the biggest producer in the world right now and is sure to bring a solid taste of his hit-making prowess to the fields of Cheshire.