Creamfields 2013 tickets on course to sell out

PUBLISHED: 14:26 25 July 2013 | UPDATED: 14:26 25 July 2013

Creamfields 2012 [Picture: Anthony Mooney]

Creamfields 2012 [Picture: Anthony Mooney]

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TICKETS for dance music festival Creamfields 2013 look set to sell out in the next fornight.

David Guetta playing Creamfields last year [Picture by Anthony Mooney]David Guetta playing Creamfields last year [Picture by Anthony Mooney]

It’s only one month to go until the UK’s biggest dance music festivals descends on the Cheshire countryside for an Angust Bank Holiday weekend of unrivalled electronic music.

The Creamfields 2013 line-up includes former Welwyn Garden City schoolboy Jaguar Skills alongside the leading lights of the dance music scene.

The stellar bill for August 23-25 includes heavyweights AVICII, David Guetta, Tiësto, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso.

The festival has also booked Eric Prydz, Knife Party, Paul van Dyk, Groove Armada, Richie Hawtin, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, who played a blinder at EDC London last weekend.

Creamfields 2012 [Picture: Nathan Damour]Creamfields 2012 [Picture: Nathan Damour]

One of the biggest line-ups the Daresbury festival has assembled also features Saturday headliners The Prodigy for their only UK performance of the summer.

This will be Creamfields’ 15th anniversary and the festival is set to attract a record 60,000 dance fans, with a host of born and bred UK stars also performing, including Annie Mac, Jaguar Skills, Redlight, Sub Focus and Aluna George, while Skream & Benga host their own stage.

After releasing details of the epic new production set for Creamfields, organisers of the UK’s biggest electronic festival have now issued their final ticket warning, as the event is expected to be completely sold out over the next 14 days.

This will be Creamfields’ fifth consecutive sell-out.

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