Creamfields 2013 streamed live on YouTube

PUBLISHED: 18:07 22 August 2013 | UPDATED: 18:07 22 August 2013

Creamfields 2012 [Picture: Anthony Mooney]

Creamfields 2012 [Picture: Anthony Mooney]

| © Anthony Mooney 2012 - www.AnthonyMooney.com |

DANCE music fans unable to get tickets for Creamfields UK 2013 will be able to watch some of the highlights streamed live on the festival’s YouTube channel.

Creamfield 2013

* Website – www.creamfields.com

* Facebook – www.facebook.com/officialcreamfields

* Twitter – www.twitter.com/Creamfields #creamfields

* Instagram – www.instagram.com/creamfieldsofficial

On Sunday, for the first time in the festival’s history, Creamfields will be going live.

From 6pm to 11pm, viewers of the Creamfield’s YouTube channel will be able to see live performances and highlights from across the weekend from artists including Avicii, Tiesto, David Guetta, Steve Angello, Madeon, Afrojack and many more.

Tiesto, David Guetta, Steve Angello and Afrojack will be on the live stream.

Creamfields TV, hosted by Mixmag’s Tillie Wood, will also feature interviews with artists across the weekend, footage live from the festival site and a whole lot more.

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

If that wasn’t enough, to get you warmed up for Sunday’s live broadcast, Creamfields will also be uploading video highlights and interviews on Saturday, via its YouTube channel.

Creamfields takes place at Daresbury, in Cheshire, over the August Bank Holiday weekend and the 2013 line-up includes an exclusive UK festival performance by The Prodigy.

For the full Creamfields 2013 line-up and stage splits, click on the stories above right.


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