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More names have been added to Creamfields 2019 joining headliners Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5, Adam Beyer x Cirez D, and The Chemical Brothers from Thursday 22 until Sunday 25 August 2019.
Joining the huge electronic line up today is 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 and loads more.
Earlier this week the Creamfields confirmed that Calvin Harris will be headlining the Arc Stage on Saturday 24 August 2019.
Fans of Creamfields will need no introduction to Calvin Harris, who has been a regular at the weekender since making his debut appearance at the festival over a decade ago. One of the biggest electronic producers in the world, Calvin is known for hit singles such as Promises, Feel So Close, Summer, Blame, Feels, One Kiss, and his current smash Giant with Rag’n’Bone Man.
The DJ joins an already jam-packed line-up including Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, Fisher, Chase & Status, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Faithless, The Black Madonna, Jamie Jones and many more.
The Chemical Brothers will be bringing their live show to Creamfields 2019, to headline the Horizon stage on Saturday 24 August 2019.
The multi-award-winning electronic duo have long been celebrated as pioneers in their field, selling over 12 million albums and six million singles across the globe.
Their appearance follows two sold out nights at London’s Alexandra Palace, debuting material from their forthcoming No Geography full-length, including singles Free Yourself and MAH.
“From DJ sets in that intense backroom and then onto the crazy Courtyard at Cream, from live sets at Speke Airport and in the fields of Cheshire at Creamfields, so many beautiful memories,” Tom and Ed reminisce. “We’re excited to make more in August, Free Yourself.”
They join Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5, and the recently unveiled Adam Beyer x Cirez D who – in a festival exclusive – take to the Steel Yard arena on Sunday night.
Both Adam Beyer and Cirez D have played Creamfields before and after a run of sell-out shows in the US, this will be the first time the duo have performed together in the UK. The set will include production from Eric Prydz’s production team.
Canadian electro-pioneer deadmau5 will headline Friday night.
First making an appearance in 2008, deadmau5 has become a firm festival favourite, bringing together his renowned technique with stunning visuals. His material includes crossover hits Ghosts n Stuff, Strobe and 2008’s I Remember.
Swedish House Mafia will be returning to the UK in 2019 to perform an exclusive one-off show.
Back to their spiritual home Creamfields, the group will close out the four-day festival on Sunday 25 August ending the summer bank holiday is style.
The reveal followed a global teaser campaign, which had seen cryptic billboards, posters and screen ads pop up in cities across the UK. The collective reunited earlier this year, resulting in three sell-out stadium shows in their hometown of Stockholm.
Commenting on their return, the group said: “The UK truly is our second home, whether it be at our very first Creamfields or our last Milton Keynes Bowl, we want to bring it back to the festival. We’ve missed you guys and we can’t wait for festival season! See you at Creamfields!”
Here is the full line up poster so far:
Tickets for Creamfields 2019 are available now. Get yours via Ticketmaster.co.uk