Aug 2020

Chester Road

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The basics

Trend-setting festival in rural Cheshire with a superstar DJ lineup to get dance fans of all persuasions drooling.

The festival

Creamfields is the dance festival that laid the template other dance festivals followed, even if the idea of holding an organised rave in a massive field isn’t exactly a revolutionary one.

It is, however, a winning formula, and that’s why the masses flock to Daresbury in Cheshire for the last weekend in August, desperate to draw the curtain on the British Summer with an almighty party where hedonism and dance music rule.

And no one goes home disappointed (except in 2012, when rain turned the festival into a washout), with the, er, cream of the dance music world filling a lineup that reliably spills over with world class DJs and live acts. For 2014, Avicii, Afrojack and Deadmau5 were in attendance on the Saturday, while Tiësto, Calvin Harris, Fatboy Slim and Paul van Dyk were just some of the Sunday acts that brought this almighty party in rural Cheshire to a banging end.

Our tip

If you’re sick of hauling crate-loads of luggage from car to camp, don’t fear – you can rent wheelbarrows to cart your gear around. Just look for the people in blue vests in the car park.



Getting there

How do I get there?

Using the Shutte: Shuttle busses are available for £12

Flying: Closest airports are Manchester Airport (MAN) and Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL).

TRAIN: If you wish to arrive by train, the nearest stations to the festival are Runcorn Station and Warrington Central. 

CAR: If you plan to arrive by car, the routes to Creamfields will be clearly signposted to help avoid traffic delays.

Big Green Coach: Will be running to and from the festival.



Day Tickets starting from: £88

Two Day Tickets starting from: £170.50

Three Day Tickets starting from: £198

When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets are availble via Festicket.

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