Creamfields 2014 YouTube live stream times

17:25 23 August 2014

Creamfields 2013 (Picture: Marc De Groot)

Creamfields 2013 (Picture: Marc De Groot)

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Creamfields 2014 will be streamed live on the dance music festival’s YouTube channel over the coming two evenings.

A record-breaking sell-out crowd of 70,000 people will be at Daresbury in Cheshire this August Bank Holiday weekend for the biggest dance festival of the summer – Creamfields.

For those who couldn’t get tickets, Creamfields TV will be streaming live on YouTube on Saturday and Sunday, broadcasting performances from some of the world’s biggest and hottest acts.

The stream kicks off on Saturday, August 23 at 6pm (BST) through to 4am and again on Sunday from 6pm to 11pm.

Viewers of the Creamfields YouTube channel will be able see live performances and highlights from across the weekend from artists including Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Hardwell, Fatboy Slim, Tommy Trash, Annie Mac, 3 Are Legend, Skream, Showtek, Mistajam, Gorgon City, Paul van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, Ferry Corsten, MK, Second City, John O’Callaghan, B.Traits and more.

Creamfields TV will not only be broadcasting the performances, but they will also be interviewing an array of artists across the weekend and will be capturing some of the magic from the festival.

* Go to www.facebook.com/officialcreamfields for updates about the stream.

* Tune in via www.creamfieldstv.com or www.youtube.com/creamfields

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