Fresh off the back of Electric Daisy Carnival London, a partnership with Cream, Insomniac and Live Nation recently revealed themain stage production plans for Creamfields 2013 which will feature the biggest stage production ever seen in the UK. 

The brand new stage structure will be three times the size of 2012, spanning 60 metres wide x 18 metres high, (the equivalent of six x four double-decker buses) and will be fitted with seven LED screens. To complement the new stage production they will also be installing six FX towers either side of the crowd packed with lasers, pyrotechnics and FX to provide a total 360-degree production experience. There will also be six different pyrotechnic packages including the largest flame system range in Europe, named the ‘Hurricane’.  

Firing from the new FX towers will be 20-metres of nitrogen (think Cream Amnesia) hitting the crowd in seconds, leaving a low-lying cool mist to refresh you for the next track. Also, there will be a new laser package which will cover the crowd from the stage and the FX towers before releasing the mega shooter, powershot and stadium shot confetti cannons capable of blowing confetti up to 50 metres.


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