Creamfields 2015 Yahoo Live stream times announced

Creamfields [Picture: Anthony Mooney]

Creamfields [Picture: Anthony Mooney]


Organisers of Creamfields 2015 have announced the dance music festival’s Yahoo Live steam.

A record-breaking sell-out crowd of 70,000 people will be heading to Daresbury in Cheshire this August Bank Holiday weekend for the world’s leading dance music festival – Creamfields.

For the unlucky ones who haven’t got tickets, or for those people across the globe who can’t make it to the festival, you can still be part of it and witness the action as this year’s three-day festival running from Friday through to Sunday, August 30.

Creamfields have partnered with Yahoo Live and will be bringing the festival into your home, broadcasting performances from some of the world’s biggest and hottest electronic acts.

The live stream kicks off on Friday, August 28 at 6pm (BST) / 1pm (EST).

Viewers will be able see live performances and highlights from across the weekend from artists including Tiësto, 3 Are Legend, Fatboy Slim, MK, Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Mistajam, Seth Troxler, Annie Mac, Duke Dumont, Sigma, KYGO, Laidback Luke, Andrea Oliva, Oliver Heldens, Tchami, Robin Schulz, High Contrast, The Magician, Chris Lorenzo, Thomas Newson, Headhunterz, Arty, Kölsch, Tommy Trash, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Danny Howard, Lee Foss, Otto Knows, Michael Calfan, Lucas & Steve, Ben Pearce, Shifty K3Y, Preditah, Logan Sama & Slimzee, Steve Aoki, Nervo, W&W, Dyro and more.

As well as broadcasting live performances from the festival, Yahoo will also be interviewing an array of acts across the weekend and capturing some of the magic from the UK’s number one dance festival.

* To tune in, go to or the Yahoo Screen App on mobile devices (IOs and Android) and connected devices (Apple TV, Roku, Xbox).

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