The last of the summer festivals, Creamfields is back for 2011 and is bigger and better than ever!

Posted on 06 April 2011 by Mizzle

The last of the summer festivals, Creamfields is back for 2011 and is bigger and better than ever.

The dance festival returns to Daresbury in Cheshire on August Bank Holiday weekend (27th and 28th August) with one of their best line ups yet. After selling out in record time last year, organisers are urging fans to get their tickets quick if they want to see the likes of Mark Ronson and David Guetta perform a set on one of the many outdoor stages.

After starting life in 1998 in Winchester, the festival relocated North and in 2006 settled in its current home of Daresbury. Now one of the UK’s biggest music festivals, the clubbing world descends on Creamfields every year and is now the most popular and renowned open air electronic music festival in the world.

This year’s incredible line up also includes:

On Saturday: The Chemical Brothers, Tiesto, Katy B, Diplo, Mark Knight, Magnetic Man, Paul Van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, Judge Jules, Eric Prydz, Pete Tong, Steve Angello, Benny Benassi, Annie Mac, Danny Byrd, Goldie and Mark Ronson along with Radio 1 Xtra having their own stage this year.

On Sunday: Swedish House Mafia, Thomas Gold, David Guetta, AfroJack, Armin Van Buuren, Example, Chicane, Paul Oakenfold, Lisa Lashes, LaidBack Luke, Alex Kidd, Sydney Samson, A-Trak, Chris Lake and Kutski.

From chart-toppers and Grammy-winners to underground DJ’s and old favourites, there is sure to be something for everyone, making this year’s line-up one that is not to be missed. Once again, Creamfields is proving that dance music is well and truly at the height of the British music scene.

Tickets are on sale now. Visit www.creamfields.com for more information.