Electronic music fans may not be flocking to Creamfields this August Bank Holiday for one of the biggest events in the dance music calendar, however, the team behind the award winning festival will be delivering the next best thing and will be bringing the festival to fans living rooms for the ‘Creamfields House Party’ 2020 edition on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th August!
With a stacked line up for the 2 day virtual festival, Cream HQ have raided the vault and cherry picked some of the best sets from Creamfields over the last few years which will feature performances from the likes of Alan Fitzpatrick, Annie Mac, Armin van Buuren, Axwell & Ingrosso, Bicep (DJ Set), Camelphat, Carl Cox, deadmau5, Denis Sulta, Duke Dumont, Dusky, Faithless (DJ Set), Fatboy Slim, Fisher, Galantis, Hardwell, Hot Since 82, Jamie Jones B2B Green Velvet B2B Patrick Topping, Luciano, Martin Solveig, Mistajam, MK, Nicky Romero, Nicole Moudaber, Oliver Heldens, Pan Pot, Pete Tong, Solardo, Sven Väth, Tchami, The Blessed Madonna, Tiësto + more
As part of the weekend broadcast Creamfields have joined forces with one of the UK’s long-established mental health charities ‘Mind’ to raise awareness and money for this vital service.
Commenting on the partnership Kathleen Miles, Director of Fundraising at Mind, said:
“We are so grateful to the organisers of the prestigious Creamfields Festival for choosing to support Mind through their Virtual Weekender. The virtual festival will be an important platform to raise awareness of mental health problems, particularly amongst young people. The support from Creamfields is vital in helping us to reach those in need and letting them know that they are not alone.”
The Creamfields House Party kicks off on Saturday 29th August from 14:00-02:00hrs and Sunday 30th August from 12:00-23:00hrs and will be streamed via link. Fans can also watch via YouTube, Twitch and Beatport, and all those joining the ‘house party’ will get the chance to enter an array of exclusive competitions across the weekend with tickets and money can’t buy prizes up for grabs.