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Cheshire’s Creamfields festival set to arrive in style

With the Creamfields festival celebrating its 15th anniversary this year and boasting a bumper line up including the highly original Madeon, the ubiquitous David Guetta and the legendary Prodigy appearing for their only UK summer performance, there has never been a better time for music lovers to descend upon Cheshire.

The annual Dance festival promises to pull out all the stops this year, with massive acts like Paul Van Dyk, who also played at the first festival, and any number of smaller, up-and-coming, unsigned and underground dance acts from across the world.

As if this were not enough, Armand Van Helden is also appearing and a very special DJ set from Groove Armada should round the weekend off nicely. All the best DJs and artists are descending upon Creamfields to continue the party long after the bands have cleared up the last of their equipment.

While the performers mentioned above or their no doubt extensive entourage will have their exclusive backstage areas, the regular attendee is asked to pay upwards of £140 a ticket to sleep in a field.

For the more upmarket festival goers though, there is always the option to spend the night in any one of the surrounding hotels in the area.

Creamfields is held in Daresbury, in Cheshire, and there are many hotels in Warrington, Chester, Birkenhead and Liverpool, most of which are within a mere 20 minute drive of the festival site itself.

It all takes place over the bank holiday weekend of August 23 – 25.

Posted by Deborah
April 26, 2013

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