Calvin Harris is playing Creamfields 2019

He has had more number ones than any other UK artist this decade and now you can see him live at one of our favourite festivals this summer.

Fresh off the back of his Brits win Calvin Harris has just announced his return to the UK this summer, after a three-year hiatus he’s back for a festival exclusive, headlining the Arc Stage at Creamfields on Saturday 24thAugust Bank Holiday weekend. 

As one of last night’s biggest Brit Award winners, scooping two awards for Producer of the Year and British Single Of The Year for his track ‘One Kiss’ with Dua Lipa, the Scottish DJ/Producer needs little introduction, either to dance music fans or Creamfields itself.

A regular at the festival since he made his debut appearance over a decade ago, Calvin is undoubtedly the biggest producer in the world right now and is sure to bring a solid taste of his hit-making prowess to the fields of Cheshire.  Transcending the world of dance music, the Grammy award winner’s illustrious career has seen a multitude of #1 hits and collaborations over the last few years most recently with his latest smash ‘Giant’ featuring Rag n’ Bone man.

Calvin Harris is the latest big name exclusive to be announced for this years Creamfields festival who have locked in THE biggest electronic line up of the year, he will be joining the likes of Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, The Chemical Brothers (Live), Adam Beyer 🔲 Cirez D, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, Fisher, Chase & Status (DJ Set), Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Faithless (DJ Set), The Black Madonna, Jamie Jones, MK, Pan-Pot, Patrick Topping, Pete Tong + many more.

And electronic music fans need to stay tuned as Creamfields will be announcing their second wave of big name artists and the much anticipated arena breakdowns at 9am tomorrow (Friday 25th February).   

Creamfields returns to Daresbury, Cheshire, UK on Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th August Bank Holiday Weekend 2019.

For info go to www.creamfields.com / www.facebook.com/officialcreamfields

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