Creamfields is back again, and this year, the party is bigger than ever. Britain’s award winning dance music festival, is gearing up for their 20th anniversary, and that means, you better come ready to dance. This four-day party taking place in the countryside of Daresbury, Cheshire, is breaking all records with over 30 stages and more than 300 international music acts. From dance music legends like Above & Beyond to UK grime newcomer Stormzy, prepare to have your mind blown with this year’s eclectic lineup. The party continues off stage with a ton of food, vendor entertainment, and a whole variety of camping options. Here is your complete Creamfields 2017 guide.
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Creamfields Date and Location
Creamfields takes place over Bank Hol weekend from Thursday, August 24 through Sunday, August 27. The festival will be held in the countryside of Cheshire in Daresbury, Warrington.
This year’s lineup, with more than 300 international performances, is nothing short of massive. Featuring the world-renown Alesso, Grammy Award winner, The Chainsmokers, and Billboard favorite, Lost Frequencies. The lineup is full of electronic’s best. See the complete Creamfields Lineup.
Standard Single-day Ticket -$126
Standard two-day Ticket – $225
Standard Camping four-day Ticket – $296
Standard Camping two-day Ticket – $238
Shuttle Bus Ticket – $15
Getting to the Festival
Shuttle Bus – Shuttle service will be running throughout the festival weekend. The Creamfields shuttle bus service operates from Liverpool, Manchester, and Warrington.
Bus – Coming from further afield but still want to kick back and relax along the way? Check out the Big Green Coach which offers coach travel to and from Creamfields from 58 other locations around the United Kingdom.
Car – Creamfields is located in Daresbury, Cheshire in the North West of England near Liverpool and Manchester. Follow the dedicated Creamfields signs posted on the roadways. Parking is $10 per day.
Train – The closest train stations to the festival site are Runcorn Station, Warrington Central, Warrington Bank Quay and Liverpool Lime Street. These lines connect to the main line and have shuttle buses operating to and from Creamfields.
Where to Stay for Creamfields
Hotel – Gulliver’s Hotel features an executive double room with a queen size bed, private bathroom, and free onsite parking for $97 per night
Hotel – Village Hotel Warrington offers a classic double bedroom with modern amenities including a private bathtub, electric kettle, and flatscreen TV. For $42 per night enjoy free wifi and parking in the onsite lot.
Airbnb – This cozy double bedroom includes a private room that suits two. For $33 per night, enjoy a comfortable stay in this clean and relaxing home within close distance to the festival.