Organisers behind the worlds biggest electronic music event, Creamfields have recently announced dance music titans The Chemical Brothers as this years Friday night headline act (27th August).
A firm favourite amongst regulars of the huge outdoor festival, the in-demand electronic act - comprised of DJ/producer duo Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons - are set to return once again, playing out the second day of the sold-out event on the colossal North Stage.
The latest big name to be announced for Creamfields 2021, The Chemical Brothers will join the likes of Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, Deadmau5, Bicep, David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Chase & Status, Nina Kraviz, Adam Beyer, Pete Tong, MK, Alesso, Camelphat, Charlotte de Witte, Andy C, Above & Beyond and many more...
Recognised by music fans the world over for creating their own unique and distinctive, big-beat electronic sound, seamlessly blending a multitude of individual influences and genres - from psychedelia and trip hop, to rock, pop, house and techno - the Manchester based twosome have undeniably become one of the greatest dance collectives of modern times.
Boasting countless hit records and collaborations with some of the music worlds most inspiring and influential names, the likes of Noel Gallagher on the pair's classic track 'Setting Sun' and rapper Q-Tip on chart-topping single 'Galvanize', and with some of the trippiest, mind-blowing live visuals to boot - we fully expect the pairs set to go off at the return of this years highly-anticipated event.
Creamfields returns to Daresbury in Cheshire, over the August bank holiday weekend - Thursday 26th – Sunday 29th August. All tickets are now sold out. Sign up to the reminder below to be notified when/if more tickets become available.
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