Thousands of dance music fans have descended on site for Britain’s biggest dance music festival Creamfields, which gets underway today.
Festival goers are in for an almighty treat, with a lineup which boasts Alesso, Axwell / Ingrosso, Armand Van Helden, Tiesto, Eric Prydz, Sigala, Steve Angello, Camelphat and many more.
Tonight’s lineup includes sets from Philip George, DJ S.K.T and Jack Wins whilst tomorrow’s highlights will include The Chainsmokers, Carl Cox and Kutsi.
When it comes to innovative and cutting-edge production, no festival in the world leads the way like Creamfields, and the 2018 edition is no exception, as the fields of Daresbury welcomes a new landmark this year as the award winning festival has just unveiled SILO – the first truly 360 degree, stadium-like structure.
After 12 months of planning, setting out to create a fully immersive structure, something dark, intimate and completely different to any other festival stage, SILO was born. A cylindrical chamber, with a bespoke sound and light experience, designed to envelope the audience as a result, offering a truly immersive 360 experience that will prove to be an all round assault on the senses.
For last minute tickets and event details, visit creamfields.com