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Creamfields Festival in Daresbury 2023

The event starts at

24 August 2023


The event ends at

27 August 2023

The award-winning Creamfields is one of the world's biggest electronic music festivals. With its flagship festival taking place in Daresbury, Cheshire (in between Liverpool & Manchester), every August bank holiday weekend, the festival is renowned for delivering an unbeatable lineup featuring the best that dance music has to offer.

The Cream brand behind the festival has become one of dance music's most influential since it started out in Liverpool back in the early 90s, where its club nights became a thing of legend and the heartbeat of the UK’s electronic music scene.

Creamfields, born in 1998, set out to provide the clubbing world with a bespoke large outdoor event putting DJs centre stage for the first time, and its flagship UK festival has grown from a 25,000 capacity one-day show to a four-day camping behemoth featuring over 300 acts across 30 stages and attracting sell out audiences of 70,000.

But the festivals reach extends way beyond its UK home, with its success over the years attracting worldwide attention which has led to it being staged on every continent since 1999 and was the first festival brand to successfully establish itself in the global market. To date Creamfields has been staged in 24 countries with new territories planned over the next 12 months.

It's Creamfields’ electric atmosphere, unbeatable lineups, mind blowing production and stages that stand this festival out from the rest, and the reason why this one is on every dance fan's bucket list.

Here are the steps to plan your trip

1. Go to the official website and double check the event availability, prices and regulations.

2. Check below the accommodations in hotels in Daresbury available during the the event. ⤵︎

How to find best prices for hotels

2.1. Pick a hotel room by location and by price.

2.2. The search is done for 1 guest and the entire duration of the event. Click on the 'Filter', 'Guests', and 'Dates' buttons to adjust the search.

🏨 In the 'Filters' section, you can tell if you are looking for hotels or vacation homes. Here, you can filter the results by stars, review ratings, and budget.

👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 In this section, you can specify the number of guests (adults and children) and the number of rooms you want to book.

📆 Finally, you can change the date of your stay.

2.3. Save more money! Some hotel rooms are provided by multiple hotel booking websites. You will see them on the top of the hotel room details when you hover the mouse over the room. Be it, Expedia, Trivago, Opodo, or other providers, select the best price provider for the room during the chosen period.

2.4. If hotel rooms are not available around the event location, you can zoom out or search by a nearby city/town name. If you have a specific hotel in mind, you can even search the particular hotel name.

2.5. Bonus tip: Switch to Experiences search. Perhaps you will find great tours and activities!

2.6. Pro tip: The map of the experiences may help you find the most vibrant areas in the city and the best locations where you can look for accommodations for your stay.

3. Check the flight, bus, and train travel options to the event location

4. If everything is fine you can buy all the tickets

Daresbury in Cheshire, England

Daresbury in Cheshire, England

Daresbury is a village and civil parish in Halton, Cheshire, England.

Daresbury was the birthplace of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll, in All Saints' Vicarage. It is the site of the Science and Technology Facilities Council's Daresbury Laboratory, the Synchrotron Radiation Source.

Daresbury has a Lewis Carroll Visitor Centre and the parish church, All Saints, a Lewis Carroll window, including an image of the Cheshire Cat.

In 2006, the annual Creamfields dance festival was held in Daresbury after relocating from the disused Liverpool airport site it had occupied for the six previous years. Since then the festival has been an annual event at the site.

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