Creamfields Adds More Firepower to 2021 Lineup

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After announcing a fantastic flurry of artists on their initial lineup, Creamfields has added Chase & Status, Pendulum, Gorgon City, and more!

While the 2020 edition of Creamfields won’t be taking place due to the ongoing global pandemic, the world-renowned festival is already beginning to heat things up for next year. Earlier this summer, they announced an initial lineup featuring artists like Above & Beyond, Andy C, Martin Garrix, Hot Since 82, and Eric Prydz with his HOLOSPHERE, and now they’ve packed an even bigger punch with more artists today.

Recently announced artists on the second wave of the lineup for Creamfields 2021 include heavy hitters like Chase & Status (DJ Set), Oliver Heldens, Pendulum – TRINITY, Gorgon City, and Vini Vici, just to name a few. There is plenty more depth as well with house music maestros such as Michael Bibi, Eli Brown, Claptone, and OFFAIAH joining the bill, while hard dance sees some love with Brennan Heart and Kutski added to the mix to join Darren Styles.

Other notable names gracing the lineup include everyone from big room behemoths like Bassjackers and W&W to trance legends such as Cosmic Gate and Gareth Emery, and sets from Sven Väth, Cristoph, and Enrico Sangiuliano will be can’t miss ones as well. Of course, this still is only a small portion of the 300+ artists that Creamfields is set to host, so stay tuned for more updates on the lineup, stage takeovers, and other surprises that will arrive in the coming months!

Passes and camping options for Creamfields 2021 are on sale now and can be purchased via their website. Check out the latest wave of artists announced to play the festival below and let us know if you plan to attend the festival in the comments!

Creamfields 2021 Second Wave Lineup:

Creamfields UK 2021 Second Phase Lineup

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