Festivals 2015

Countdown To Creamfields

Get these acts programmed into your schedules from the get go

The countdown to the biggest weekend of the year begins

One of the biggest dance music events in the calendar, Ministry of Sound will be out in full force at Creamfields, savouring the atmosphere of three days spent in a field with the UK’s biggest party animals.

Keeping track of who is on at what time- and where- isn’t easy when you’re in a club with one roof, let alone at a festival with several stages and 40,000 other people. These are the acts you should at least try and pencil in, before you forget your name and date of birth. 


Eats Everything

The Bristol bass daddy is up on Friday night. Having just released his banger of a new track, you’d be worth going to see him whilst your body and mind are still relatively unfogged.



Taste the EDM as Avicii brings his best to the North of England. Expect this to be a spectacle.

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You’ve been hearing the sound of Kygo all summer. Quench your love and satisfy your curiosity about the sound of tropical house at his set on the North Stage. Hopefully no one will get tasered this time.


Our very own panelist, DJ S.K.T will also be playing on Saturday night. No doubt his sample laden wobblers will bring out quite the crowd, so make sure you’re down there.


You heard it here first- Preditah doesn’t want to be the next DJ EZ. After flying in and out of Ibiza for the entire summer, see him bring his Birmingham grime rhythms to the Mistajam presents Speakerbox stage.

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Michael Calfan

THAT SONG. HE’S GOING TO PLAY THAT SONG. You know the one. You heard it every night in Ibiza, and now you can see it played live, in a muddy field, when you haven’t showered for three days.

Nicky Romero

He’s on a quest to top the DJ Mag Top 100, so you’d hope he’d follow through with a sterling performance. Headlining the oddly titled ‘Don’t Tell Daddy’ stage on Sunday night, throw your last atoms of energy into an unashamed bit of PLUR.

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Written by Tamara Roper

21 Aug 2015