Creamfields 2014 to be streamed live

16:57 17 August 2014

Creamfields [Picture: Anthony Mooney]

Creamfields [Picture: Anthony Mooney]

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Highlights from dance music festival Creamfields 2014 will be streamed live this August Bank Holiday weekend.

Creamfield event info

Creamfields UK 2014

* Venue: Daresbury, Cheshire

* Dates: Friday 22nd / Saturday 23rd / Sunday 24th August Bank Holiday weekend

* Website: www.creamfields.com

The three-day dance extravaganza returns to Daresbury, in Cheshire, from Friday, August 22 to Sunday, August 24.

An estimated 160,000 revellers will attend Creamfields to see a host of live acts and big name DJs, with the line-up including the likes of Avicii, Deadmau5, Calvin Harris and Tiësto.

And those unlucky enough not to be attending this year’s festival can still watch some of the sets live, albeit from an armchair.

A statement on the official Creamfields website read: “Last year we dipped our toe into live streaming and following the overwhelming success and feedback we had from all corners of the globe, this year we’ve cherry picked a selection of performances to broadcast to the world, not just from the North and South Stages but also some of the hottest arenas on site.”

The broadcast will start on Saturday, August 23.

Organisers added: “We’ll be revealing the live stream schedule next week. Watch this space!”

* For more information about Creamfields, visit the festival’s website at www.creamfields.com

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