This post was last updated on January 27th, 2019 at 07:33 pm
Creamfields 2019 is set to be one of the greatest festivals of this summer; from the lineup to the tickets, this article will guide you through the UK festival.
We know, 2018 edition has ended only some weeks ago but, Creamfields UK has just started to sell the tickets for the 2019 edition.
Considered one of the biggest and greatest electronic dance music festival around the globe and, for sure, the greatest festival in the UK, Creamfields has welcomed this year 70000 people from over the world plus more than 7 million have watched the performance of over 300 artists online.
Carl Cox, Axwell & Ingrosso, Steve Angello, Major Lazer, Tiësto, Fatboy Slim, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Camelphat, Hot Since 82, Kaleidoscope Orchestra, and Solardo are only a few names that have joined Creamfields UK this year and, the organization has assured us that it will be even better.
Tickets for both festival and camping are now on sale for 2018 edition and we suggest you save it before prize go higher. Big performances are going to happen next year and, we’re sure you don’t want to miss it.
Creamfields UK 2019 when and where?
Creamfields UK 2019 will take place at Daresbury, Cheshire UK (In between Liverpool and Manchester) from the 22nd to the 25th of August.
Creamfields UK 2019 tickets are divided in several categories and the price increases over time. Categories are:
- Standard Camping
- Standard Day
- Bronze Camping
- Silver Camping
- Gold Camping
- Gold Day
Tickets for single days are divided into Saturday, Sunday or two days. Deposit schemes and VIP accommodations are available as well. Read more.
Creamfields UK has now confirmed the four headliners for the 2019 edition. It includes the only UK show of the Swedish House Mafia reunion tour, Deadmau5, the first UK appearance of Adam Beyer and Cirez D show and, last but not least, The Chemical Brothers will return for another impressive performance.
The complete lineup will be added as soon as will be announced.
The full festival maps, as well as the number of the stages and their location is still TBA.