Creamfields Adds Even More Artists to 2021 Lineup

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Legendary festival Creamfields continues to add even more firepower to their 2021 lineup with Paul van Dyk, Afrojack, Pete Tong, and more!


Even though the pandemic has been a difficult experience for many to go through around the world, Creamfields has given dance music lovers something to keep their spirits up and sights set on with their lineup announcements for 2021. Already dropping a number of amazing artists ranging from Above & Beyond and Eric Prydz to Darren Styles and Pendulum – TRINITY, they’ve continued to stir up even more massive names for the edition next year.

That’s right, Creamfields has announced another flurry of fantastic artists with their most recent update to the lineup, adding 20 to the ever-growing bill. Joining in on the fun over the August Bank Holiday (August 26-29) next year are iconic DJs including Paul van Dyk, Afrojack, Pete Tong, Aly & Fila, and Headhunterz, to name a few.

Related: Looking for some insight on how magical Creamfields can be? Check out our review from the 2018 edition for a look inside the festival!

Other additions to the lineup include hard dance sensations DJ Isaac and Sub Zero Project, house music duo Solardo, techno artist Alan Fitzpatrick, and drum & bass maestros Matrix & Futurebound. If your favorite artist hasn’t been announced yet, have no fear, because there is plenty more in store from Creamfields as we continue to dive deeper into the final months of 2020 and enter the new year. 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!


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