Creamfields is back.

The festival descends on Daresbury, Cheshire this August Bank Holiday Weekend to celebrate its 15th Anniversary with three days of pure and unrivalled electronic music.

Organisers reckon they have got the biggest line up ever seen – starting on Saturday with The Prodigy – over seven arenas and two stages.

Headlining the South Stage on Saturday will be AVICII and Tiësto, who continues to be one of the World’s top DJs, will be returning with the Clublife South Stage on Sunday.

David Guetta will be bringing his full scale production and vast music catalogue to close Sunday’s North Stage, and DJ/producer Steve Angello is also returning to Creamfields with his epic sets – along with partner in crime Sebastian Ingrosso, hosting his very first ‘All Mixed Up’ arena on Sunday.

One DJ collective who uphold a 100% success rate for giving their audience goosebumps are Above & Beyond who are back this year; as is Paul van Dyk who has played for the festival nearly every year since its inception while maintaining a successful residency at Cream Ibiza.

Further highlights this year include:

Eric Prydz aka Pryda; DJ with the Midas touch, Nicky Romero; Grammy-award winner Afrojack, and Refune prodigy Alesso.

To make sure the stages are kept booming across both days there’s a further line-up of stars including NERVO, Zane Lowe, Zedd, Tommy Trash, Feed Me, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Borgore, Alvaro, Major Look Tom Staar, and Pegboard Nerds.

And shaking things up for this year Creamfields is introducing a fresh new arena from Pete Tong. The All Gone Pete Tong arena embodies Pete’s ability to push and nurture new talent while still representing the artists who helped forge the scene.

Creamfields’ first lady Annie Mac has pulled it out of the bag once again with the line-up for the Annie Mac Presents Arena which includes a live performance from the BBC’s coveted Sound of 2013 #2 act, AlunaGeorge.

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