Words: Bianca Mitchell
Spring has almost sprung and Cream is back for 2010 with its legendary Easter Weekend Special. Once again it’s an undeniably exceptional line up. The party, held at Nation in Liverpool, the home of Cream, is set to reach breath-taking heights as the biggest names in house and electronic music gather for this unmissable grand opener.
Headlining the night is Eric Prydz, a name that needs little introduction. He returns to Cream after his sensational set at their 17th Birthday last year. Alongside him is Mark Knight of Toolroom Records, who was recently nominated for a Grammy for producing the Black Eyed Peas T.H.E. E.N.D album with Funkagenda. They will be joined in the main room by resident heroes Gareth Wyn, Andy Mac and Anthony Probyn.
The Courtyard is hosted by Size Matters, a collection of talent brought together by Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello. Alongside Steve is his younger brother and exciting new talent on the House music scene AN21, who will be making his Cream debut. Joining the brothers for this monumental occasion are Kim Fai, Rob Casson & Andy Currie – all set to bring you equally magnetic and energetic night-long sounds.
mUmU will be taking over the Annexe with their trademark array of quality live electronic, house and techno. They’ve hand picked special guests Dorian Paic of Cocoon, whose Raum…Musik has become one of the most influential house/techno labels in recent years. Joining him will be Miss Fitz (Mayaam Nidam), and.ID (live), Hector and Jemmy.
For more info check out www.cream.co.uk
Tickets are on sale now: www.ticketline.co.uk / Tel: 0844 888 4401
Main Room Eric Prydz, Mark Knight, Gareth Wyn, Anthony Probyn, Andy Mac
Courtyard Hosted By Size Matters Steve Angello, AN21, Kim Fai, Rob Casson & Andy Currie
Annexe Hosted by mUmU, Raum...Musik Vs. Mobilee Records, Dorian Paic [Raum Musik/cocoon], Miss Fitz (Maayan Nidam) [Raum Musik], and.ID (live) [mobilee], Hector [mobilee], Jemmy [3b records]
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