Creamfields Announce its Massive Line up

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Creamfields Announce its Massive Line up

This years Creamfields festival have announced its massive line up for 2011 with the Chemical Brothers, David Guetta, Paul Van Dyk and more on the line up.

The long awaited Creamfields line up has been announced with 2 days of top DJ's banging out the finest dance music past and present over the August bank holiday at its home of Daresbury Estate, Cheshire.

Saturday starts of with the talented Chemical Brothers headlining the North stage, they’re the kings of the block rocking beat, in fact there are few acts who can rival their spellbinding, relentless, euphoric, crowd pleasing performances. 

Returning to host his very own Clublife Stage and back by demand is Tiësto, voted the ‘Greatest DJ Of All Time’ by Mixmag readers and attracting a crowd of over 30,000 last year.

Paul van Dyk returns exclusively to host his very own Evolution Arena, bringing with him a truck load of production for what is set to be a spectacular performance from this dance music heavyweight.

Sunday closes the festival with a dance guru that is David Guetta. David Guetta has some of the world’s biggest acts fighting for his production skills and is one artiste that has truly crossed over from the intimate dancefloor to the musical masses, he returns in 2011 with an all new stage show to close out the North Stage. 

Voted the worlds No.1 DJ by DJ Mag, Armin van Buuren who enjoyed his performance so much last year returns exclusively in 2011 to headline and close out the South Stage. 

Other big names at this festival are Calvin Harris, Magnetic Man, Afrojack, Eddie Halliwell, Example, Eric Prydz, Laidback Luke, Annie Mac and many more confirmed artists here

The award winning Creamfields is the world’s leading dance music festival. The original and best, Creamfields set out to provide the clubbing world with a bespoke large scale outdoor event and has gone on to become the most popular and renowned open air electronic music festival in the world.

Published on 05 March 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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