Creamfields to stage 13 festivals worldwide

United Kingdom United Kingdom | 28 February 2008

Pioneers of the original dance festival concept, Creamfields will be celebrating its 10th birthday with a record number of events, spanning the globe.

New events have been announced for 2008 in Czech Republic, Malta, Romania and Spain, in addition to established destinations like Brazil, Mexico, Peru and Poland.

But, of course, the biggest celebrations will be saved for its flagship UK festival in Daresbury, Cheshire, on the August bank holiday weekend.

Headliners are set to be revealed on Friday, 7 March, with organisers promising something very special as the Liverpool-based festival also celebrates the city's European City Of Culture status.  

Cream CEO James Barton said: "The reputation of Creamfields is globally recognised as a quality festival that delivers great line ups, great production, a great atmosphere and gives people a memorable experience, its taken a lot of hard work, thought and energy to get to this point and the strength of the brand continues to grow.  

"The UK are leaders in the global festival market and with a 10 year heritage Creamfields is at the forefront. This being our 10th anniversary year was the perfect time to take Creamfields to new territories and we look forward to working with new partners around the world and establishing the Creamfields brand further."

Creamfields festivals are set to attract a global audience of half a million people. The full list of events is as follows:

Creamfields Malta - 28th June
Creamfields Central Europe (Czech Republic) - 12th July
Creamfields Vigo (Spain) - 2nd August
Creamfields Romania - 2nd August
Creamfields Andalucia (Spain) - 9th August
Creamfields Poland - 16th August
Creamfields UK – 23rd August Bank Holiday Weekend
Creamfields Argentina – 8th November
Creamfields Chile - November
Creamfields Rio (Brazil) - November
Creamfields Belo Horizonte (Brazil) - November
Creamfields Peru – November
Creamfields Mexico – November

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