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The Chemical Brothers have been confirmed as headliners for this year’s Creamfields dance event.

The event takes place at Daresbury in Cheshire over August Bank Holiday weekend, running from 3pm to 6am on August 25.

Joining the Chemical Brothers on the Main Stage are super stylers the Grammy-nomianted Groove Armada, hip hop vocalist Kelis and Amy Winehouse producer Mark Ronson.

Looking forward to the party, Groove Armada said: “We grew up with a generation of hardened Cream party lovers and the Creamfields festival heritage for dance music is something that we hold dear. It’s an institution and we are always delighted to be invited to play there.”

Carl Cox, who plays only two UK festivals this year, returns to Creamfields after seven years to headline the Cream & Goodgreef Arena. Uber-DJs Erick Morillo, Eddie Halliwell, Dave Clarke and 2 Many DJs playing live too.

Other artists and DJ’s confirmed so far for the 40,000 capacity event include Arctic Monkey’s producers Simian Mobile Disco, new ravers New Young Pony Club and electro-clashers Tiga.

Tickets for Creamfields are £57 and are on sale now.

Full details of who will be partying hard and how to get tickets are available here from


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