Everything you need to know if you’re going to Cream Classical in the Park

Cream Classical in the Park brings the worlds top DJ’s and Kaleidoscope Orchestra to Sefton Park.


The biggest club tracks, world renowned DJ’s, a 50 piece orchestra and one huge festival site. Cream Classical in the Park comes to Sefton Park on Friday 12th July from 2pm until 10pm.

After the huge success of Cream Classical at Liverpool Cathedral (how amazing were those shows!) Cream HQ is taking things to the next level with their biggest show to date. Cream classical goes outdoors and takes over a huge festival site at Sefton Park for one epic all dayer. Start planning your festival look and prepare to hear your favourite club bangers like never before.

Cream Classical

Sefton Park

Here’s everything you need to know if you’re going to Cream Classical in the Park….

When & Where

Cream Classical in the Park takes place at Sefton Park on Friday 19th July. Gates open at 2pm and the event is due to finish around 10pm approx. Last entry into the festival site is 7pm. Gates are situated off the Croxteth Dive junction. The on site box office is open from midday.


Who’s On?

We’ve come to expect nothing but the best from Cream Classical and this line-up tops them all. Sefton Park plays host to the likes of K Klass, Faithless, Paul Oakenfold, Roger Sanchez, Sonique, X-Press 2, Seb Fontaine, Tall Paul, Si Cousens, Todd Terry and more.


Stages

Cream Arena

Cream Arena features the likes of John Kelly, Todd Terry, Seb Fontaine & Tall Paul, X-Press 2, Dave Seaman and Sonique. Cream Arena sets begin at 4pm and run until 10pm.

Main Stage

Main Stage kicks off at 2pm with Andy Carroll, followed by Paul Bleasedale, Roger Sanchez, Paul Oakenfold, Faithless DJ Set and Cream Classical featuring K-Klass from 8pm until 10pm.

Cream VIP

If you’ve gone VIP you’re in for a real treat. Beginning at 2pm with Adam Cartwright and Bernie Lee, the line up also includes Stuart Hodson and Samuel Lamont, Phat Phil Cooper, Ricco and Si Cousens.

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The All Important Set Times


Getting There

Train

Sefton Park is a short walk from St Michaels train station, where regular Merseyrail services run throughout the day. St Michaels station is on the Hunts Cross line. Plan your journey with Merseyrail here.

Bus

Many buses call near to Sefton Park from across the city including, 61, 68, 60, 80 and 82.  Go to merseytravel.gov.uk for all the information you need, including where to catch your bus and the times.

Shuttle Bus

A Shuttle Bus Service will be in operation on Friday after the event taking festival-goers into Liverpool City Centre. Located at Croxteth Gate (near to the Hallmark Hotel) this service is £3 and will be operating from 21.45hrs and will drop off at Great Charlotte Street (by Lime Street Station) in the city centre.

Please note, there is no public parking available at Sefton Park for this event. Public transport is your best bet!


Food & Drink

There’s a whole load of food and drink on offer within the Cream Classical in the Park festival site. From cider, beer and wine to smoothies, soft drinks and water, there’s a drink to quench your clubbers thirst.

There’s lots of food stalls available across the festival site too. Feast on everything from crepes, curries, gourmet burgers, pizzas, wraps, hotdogs, burritos and more, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options also available.


Cream Classical in the Park FAQ’s

You can take a small bag, no bigger than a sheet of A4 paper, into the festival site. But it’s best to stick what you need in your pockets.

Cash, card and contactless payments will be accepted on the bars and there will be cash points inside the festival site.

You can’t take your own food or drink into the festival site. To be fair, with all of the above on offer, you don’t need to.

You can’t be re-admitted into the festival site once you leave, so make absolutely sure you’ve seen and heard all the amazing DJ’s you want before you call it a night.

Any lost property will be taken to a central hub after the event. To claim something you’ve lost during the festival, email info@limfestival.com with ‘Lost Property’ in the subject line to see if your item was reclaimed.

A challenge 21 policy is in place across the Cream Classical in the Park site so make sure you have your I.D with you and keep it safe. Searches will be in operation across the festival site.


Tickets

To get your hands on the last remaining tickets for this unmissable event, head to www.cream.co.uk and check out the official Cream Classical in the Park event page on Facebook for updates.


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