After announcing Armin van Buuren in October, Creamfields Festival announces a second big headliner for its 2020 edition. The Chainsmokers join the lineup of the festival that takes place in Daresbury from 27 to 30 August 2020.
Even if the weather is still cold in Europe, it is great to think about the summer – in this case about the end of the summer. The United Kingdom has a lot of big festivals like Reading and Leeds that has every year a big line up, and Creamfields is one of them. Based on a dance music lineup, this festival might attract the biggest EDM fans from the UK and Europe.
The Chainsmockers joins the Creamfields 2020’s lineup and will play on Friday 28 August. CamelPhat and the trio Pendulum – Trinity are on the lineup as well.
Here is the official announcement for the American DJ duo:
On its European tour, it will be possible to see The Chainsmokers in no less than nine cities and probably at some more festivals as well.
The Chainsmokers are an American DJ and production duo consisting of Alexander “Alex” Pall and Andrew “Drew” Taggart. They became popular with their groundbreaking hit ‘#Selfie’ in 2014. American duo won Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording with the song ‘Don’t Let Me Down’. Their second album, Sick Boy, was released in December 2018. According to Forbes 2019 list of highest-paid celebrities, the duo were the highest-paid DJs, dethroning Calvin Harris after six years. On 6 December 2019, they released their third album, World War Joy.
Creamfields is the UK’s biggest dance and electronic music festival. It first started in 1998 and has taken place every year since. The stages are dedicated to house, techno, EDM, drum and bass and trance. Each year, this English festival gathers more than 70,000 people per day. Initially, it started as a one-day festival, organised by the British club promoter Cream. Today, it is a four-day camping music event. Recent lineups from previous years include Ben Klock, Erick Prydz, Carl Cox, David Guetta, Faithless and many others.
- Location: Daresbury, Cheshire, United Kingdom.
- Date: 27-30 August 2020.
- Tickets: 1-day tickets from £65 (apr. €73), 4-day camping tickets from £200
- For more information visit the official website.