Creamfields 2020 reveals Scooter and first wave of artists

Denis Sulta at Creamfields 2019
Photo: Jack Kimber Photography / Creamfields

Creamfields confirms the first wave of acts for this year’s edition. Scooter and many more will play the British festival from 27 to 30 August.

Among the incredible list of over 60 new names for the 2020 edition of Creamfields there are some absolute highlights. Besides German band Scooter, Brennan Heart, Pendulum and Tiësto are confirmed to make appearances.

Previously, Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers as well as Armin Van Buuren have been confirmed as headliners. With more than six months to go to further fill the line-up, we can look forward to an amazing festival and music experience.

Find the announcement and the complete list in the post below:


Scooter are a German band whose sound ranges from hardcore to techno. Their most famous songs include ‘Hyper Hyper’ and ‘How Much is the Fish?’. As of today, Scooter have earned over 80 Gold and Platinum records, making them the most commercially successful German single-record act. The group has released 19 studio albums of which the most recent one Scooter Forever hit the stores in 2017.

Creamfields 2020

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 line-ups from previous years included 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 GBP, 4-day camping tickets from 200 GBP.
  • For more information about Creamfields, visit the official website.