Last updated: 14th Jul 2017.
Originally published: 13th Jul 2017
Image: Cream (Credit Anthony Mooney)
Iconic dance music institution Cream will mark an epochal quarter of a century of clubbing on Saturday October 14th, with a line up which harks back to the pivotal period in the late nineties when they had weekly showcases at Nation, their former venue which sadly no longer exists.
When the club shut its doors at the end of 2015, Cream celebrated with a series of events which showcased the full breadth of their musical endeavours over the years. The Courtyard line up assembled for Saturday October 17th 2015 went down in history (read our Cream Finale Part One Review), dubbed the Spirit of the 17th, and will be recreated in part for this event.
Arguably Cream's most domineering residents, Paul Oakenfold and Seb Fontaine, will both return for the party at O2 Academy Liverpool, alongside progressive trance lynchpins Tilt and original Cream resident Paul Bleasdale. Anthony Probyn, who played the first set in 2015, will be joined by Cream reunion DJs Stuart Hodson and Sam Bunbury.
This follows further announcements around Cream's 25 years, which include rebuilding Nation's Main room for Creamfields and a three day weekender in Minehead during December. Cream 25th Birthday tickets are available from Monday 17th July at 9am, via the box below. You can sign up to Remind Me beforehand to receive a prompt before the tickets go on sale to ensure you don't miss out.
Tickets are no longer available for this event