Due to demand this year Creamfields the UK’s No.1 dance festival have just announced a third day. The event which is located in Daresbury, Cheshire on August Bank Holiday weekend will now open its gates for campers on Friday 26th August.
This year the 3 day camping event will not only improve congestion to the site for festivalgoers but there will also be the usual array of entertainment on offer within the main event site including a showcase of the Swedish House Mafia movie ‘Take One’ which charts the lives of the International DJ trio over 2 years covering 15 countries and 285 shows.
Friday also sees the the debut of two ‘Silent Disco’ arenas at the festival, the first of which will be hosted by Size Matters, Steve Angello’s world famous party brand, with performances from Steve’s latest Size Records protégés Tim Mason and Third Party plus more to be announced.
Campers arriving on the Friday the 26th will be able to lounge at the festival’s on-site cinema which will be showing a collection of iconic clubbing films so get ready for some Human Traffic! as well as the usual fair's, stalls and food. But remember that access to the event on Friday is only for camping ticket holders!
Demand from fans to introduce a Friday opening has been high since Creamfields became a two day camping event in 2008. Selling out in record time over the last 2 years, 2011 is already on course to eclipse last year’s success. This year Creamfields have secured one of the biggest dance line ups of the year which will see performances from the likes of The Chemical Brothers, David Guetta, Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk to name a few.
Tickets will go on general sale 10am Tuesday 3rd May. Any existing camping ticket holders wishing to purchase a Friday ticket for £20 (standard)/ £30 (hospitality) will be contacted by their ticket agent with details on how to book.
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