Creamfields recently revealed plans for an all-new 50,000 capacity two-day camping festival in 2022 which will see them bring their festival south, taking over the Grade II listed Hylands Park for Creamfields Chelmsford.
With the Hylands villa as its backdrop, the multi-stage festival will also give people the chance to experience the 15,000 capacity Steel Yard superstructure as it is scheduled to take place on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 June Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend, which has been moved to a four-day weekend next year to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The launch of Creamfields Chelmsford coincides with the 25 year celebrations of its award winning sister festival in Daresbury, which is staged annually in the heart of the Cheshire countryside and attracts audiences of 70,000.
Since its inception the UK edition has possibly become one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world, attracting big name artists including Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz, Tiësto, deadmau5, Carl Cox, Bicep LIVE, Chase & Status, Pendulum and The Chemical Brothers.
Internationally, Creamfields has had shows staged in Chile, Abu Dhabi, Ibiza, Malta, Argentina, Peru, Hong Kong and multiple cities across China to name a few.