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Creamfields Festival reveal The Chainsmokers as 2020 headliners

Creamfields Festival reveal The Chainsmokers as 2020 headliners

They’ll be treating audiences to their chart-dominating tracks, as well delving into their extensive back catalogue
Lorna Gray | Latest News

One of the UK’s biggest and most celebrated festivals dedicated to all genres of electronic music returns this summer, as Creamfields Festival reveal further details of their 2020 edition. With the incomparable trance producer Armin Van Buuren and drum and bass legends Pendulum TRINITY and fresh naughty tech house duo Camelphat already announced, the festival have just announced their Friday night headliner.

Having collaborated with some of the most well renowned acts within pop, rap, punk and of course, electronic music genres, such as Coldplay, Halsey, Blink-182, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Kygo and more, Grammy award winning act The Chainsmokers hold the title as one of the most well known acts within their own unique style of music making. Now, they also hold the title of ‘Creamfields headline act’ as they take on the Friday finale slot. Following the release of their most recent record ‘World War Joy’, they’ll be treating audiences to these chart-dominating tracks, as well delving into their extensive back catalogue.

Creamfields lineup so far:
The Chainsmokers
Armin Van Buuren
Pendulum - TRINITY
Camelphat

Creamfields Festival takes place on August Bank Holiday weekend, which this year happens between Thursday 27th and Sunday 30th August.

Creamfields Festival tickets are on sale now.

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