Following a show this summer which apparently saw 70,000 fans flock to the UK’s biggest electronic music festival, Creamfields has announced its return in 2020 and revealed their first headliner – Armin van Buuren. As one of Holland’s biggest musical exports, the Dutch DJ/producer is still popular with dance fans around the world and after a year-long hiatus he returns to headline the South Stage on Saturday 29 August 2020.
Commenting on his return, Armin said: “I’m excited to be back at Creamfields in 2020, having performed at the festival many times over the years and watching it grow into the show it’s become today, it’s always a special one for me. This year I’ll be headlining the South Stage on Saturday 29 August and look forward to seeing you all there.”
This is the first of a number of big-name artist announcements expected over the coming months for the 4-day August Bank Holiday event held in Daresbury, Cheshire UK.
Tickets are on sale now and clubbers can secure their ticket for £20 and spread the cost on a 6-part deposit scheme, and as an added incentive all those who purchase a standard camping ticket before 9am (BST) Tuesday 1st October will receive a complimentary upgrade to Bronze Camping.