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Creamfields Festival is the UK’s biggest dance music festival. Born in 1998, the original dance festival set out to provide the clubbing world with a bespoke large-scale outdoor event, putting DJs centre stage for the first time. The festival has grown from a 25,000-capacity one-day show to the four-day camping behemoth it is today, attracting sell-out crowds of 70,000.

Renowned for attracting the biggest names in electronic music, huge production and iconic staging, each year features over 300 artists performing across 30 stages over the four-day weekend. Some of the big name artists who have performed over the years include Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz, The Chemical Brothers, Tiësto, Carl Cox, Martin Garrix, Fatboy Slim, Faithless, Armin van Buuren and many more.

Covering every genre under the ‘electronic music’ banner it’s no surprise that Creamfields has won an array of awards over the years including best dance event and best major festival.

Creamfields Festival 2020 was cancelled, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Ticket-holders have the option to roll their tickets over to the 2021 edition. You can read the festival’s statement here


Creamfields Festival 2021 Lineup


Carl Cox
Nina Kraviz
Martin Garrix
Timmy Trumpet
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Eric Prydz presents Holosphere
Above & Beyond
Andy C
Chase & Status
Pendulum – TRINITY

Adam Beyer / Andy C / Ben Nicky / Brennan Heart / Chris Lorenzo / Christoph / Darren Styles / deadmau5 / Dimension / Eric Prydz presents Holosphere / Example / Gareth Emery / Jonas Blue / Kölsch / Kutski / Oliver Heldens / Peggy Gou / Scooter / Timmy Trumpet
+ more artists to be announced
Above & Beyond / Bassjackers / Carl Cox / Chase & Status [DJ set] / Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike / Enrico Sanjuliano / FISHER / Franky Wah / Friction / Gorgon City / Holy Goof / Hot Since 82 / Hybrid Minds / James Organ / La Fleur / Laidback Luke / Low Steppa / Notion / Pete Tong / SaSaSaS / Sub Focus / Tchami / Vivi Vici / W&W
+ more artists to be announced

ANNA / Boris Brejcha / Chase & Status / Clapton / Cosmic Gate / Disciples / Disciples / Eli Brown / Hannah Wants / James Organ / Jax Jones / KC Lights / Leftwing & Kody / Martin Garrix / Mason Collective / Michael Bibi / MK / My Nu Leng & Dread MC / Nightlapse / OFFAIAH / Paul Woolford / Pendulum – TRINITY / Sigma / Sosa / Sven Väth / Tiësto / Yousef
+ more artists to be announced

Adaro / Afrojack / Alan Fitzpatrick / Aly & Fila / Andy Whitby / DJ Isaac / Headhunterz / Jamie Jones / Josh Wink / Matrix & Futurebound feat. Rhymester / Nina Kraviz / Paul van Dyk / Richy Ahmed / Sefa / Solardo / Sound Rush / Sub Zero Project / TNT AKA Technoboy & Tuneboy

Creamfields Festival 2021 Tickets

Tickets are SOLD OUT:


Camping during the festival requires the purchase of one of Camping Tickets (Standard, Bronze, Silver or Gold). You will need basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers pre-pitched tents with or without Sleep Bundle here. Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com

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Travel Info

Book car parking tickets in advance here


Parking: 4 Day, 3 Day and 2 Day Parking tickets can be purchased here

Get Directions

Shuttle Buses from Liverpool, Manchester and Warrington will take you to the festival and back. You can buy tickets from £6.00 (€6.77) at the link below:

Shuttle Buses


The nearest train stations to the Creamfields festival site are Runcorn Station, Warrington Central, Warrington Bank Quay and Liverpool Lime Street, all of which are connected to the main line and have shuttle buses operating to and from the site all day and night.


The Daresbury Estate is close to Manchester Airport (25 minutes away) and Liverpool John Lennon Airport (30 minutes away), both of which are large international airports. The closest train stations to Daresbury are Runcorn and Warrington Central.


There are trains to Manchester Piccadilly every 10 minutes. The journey takes 14 minutes and costs £5.00 (€5.52). From there, 21 minute trains depart every 30 minutes for Warrington Central, at a cost of £10.00 (€11.05).


Buses leave the airport every 10 minutes into the centre of Liverpool, which is just 10 minutes away. The fare is £3.00 (€3.31). From Liverpool South Parkway High, trains depart for Warrington Central every 20 minutes and take 15 minutes. It’ll cost you £9.00 (€9.94).
Alternatively, Line X1 buses run direct from Blackburn Street (just north of the airport) to Runcorn, every 2 hours. It’s only a 20 minute journey, and costs £4.00 (€4.42).

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