More names announced for Creamfields South 2023

Wilkinson, Hedex, Alan Fitzpatrick, Marco Faraone, Holy Goof and Flava D are among some of the many new acts recently added to the festival's already eye-popping programme

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 9th Mar 2023

Cream HQ have recently announced even more names set to join an already mighty bill of electronic music titans at the second-ever edition of Creamfields South this May.

New additions to the lineup, due to perform in front of thousands at Hylands Park in Essex over the late May Bank Holiday weekend, include drum n bass icons Wilkinson, Skepsis, Hedex, Serum and Shy FX, as well as internationally acclaimed house and techno talents, Alan Fitzpatrick, Marco Faraone, Richy Ahmed, East End Dubs, WaFF and Max Dean. Purveyors of bassline and UK garage, Notion, Holy Goof, and Flava D, among many others, will also make an appearance, helping to make the sophomore instalment of the brand's sister event a very special one. 

Previously confirmed acts for Creamfields South 2023 include notable superstars of the dance world the likes of Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, Eric Prydz, Jamie Jones, Patrick Topping, Nina Kraviz, Carl Cox (Hybrid Live), Camelphat, Ben Hemsley, Fatboy Slim, Example, Chase & Status (DJ Set), Joel Corry, MK, Andy C, Annie Mac, Sam Divine, LF System, Kölsch, Gorgon City, Sonny Fodera, Hannah Laing and more. Quite the list, we're sure you'll agree. 

A variety of arena hosts will each bring their own distinct flavours, with Jamie Jones and Patrick Topping confirmed to command the award-winning Runway presented by SHEIN superstructure, which makes its debut at the event this year, alongside their respective Paradise and Trick label friends. Elsewhere, New World Fest will join the fold for an arena takeover, boasting an array of fresh and emerging talent.  

Finally, following an effervescent debut in 2022, The Garden Party will be welcomed back as Hospitality hosts, bringing their good vibes, dancers, disco balls and a troupe of unique performers, delivering the perfect classic house and soul-infused soundtrack across the weekend. Expect inimitable performances from the likes of No Artificial Colours, Rob Crouch, Jesse James, CJ Sax, Rusti, Lee Ward, Guy D’Angelo, Lewis Wright, Page Twins, Pete James, Jimmy London, Mas Que Nada, Molly Mouse, Ad Levick, Jack Bullock, Murfi and Arise.  



Tickets for Creamfields South 2023 - taking place from Friday 26th - Sunday 28th May 2023 - are now on sale and, unsurprisingly, in extremely high demand. Head to the bottom of the page now and secure your entry for what will undoubtedly be one of the festival highlights of the summer for dance fans. 



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