After taking a year off in 2020 because of Covid, it was great to see the UK’s best electronic music festival showing everyone how it’s done. Some of the other acts & DJs included Deadmau5, Eric Prydz, The Chemical Brothers, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, Fisher, Charlotte De Witte, Oliver Heldens, Jamie Jones, Nina Kraviz ….and the list goes on!
About Giuseppe Ottaviani
Giuseppe Ottaviani has long favoured the production-based approach to his electronic music career. Drawing on seemingly limitless reserves of inspiration & passion its been catalysed by his drive to create and experiment.
It has seen him amass a substantial discography, now comprised of close to 60 productions and 55 or more remixes. He is now probably most readily associated with his output on Black Hole Recordings, through which he’s released two recent albums on his own label ‘GO Music’.
Over the years Giuseppe has collaborated with a long list of prolific trance music producers including Paul van Dyk and Ferry Corsten (on In Your Arms and Magenta). His most recent album at the time of writing was the highly successful ‘EVOLVER’ in 2019. Visit his website here.
Creamfields flagship event is a 4-day camping festival held in Daresbury, Cheshire each year – attracting around 70,000 revellers over August bank holiday weekend.
As of 2022, there’s also a ‘Creamfields Chelmsfield’ held in Essex.
Since its inception in 1998, Creamfields has become one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world, inviting big-name artists including Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz, Tiësto, deadmau5, Carl Cox, Bicep LIVE, Chase & Status, Pendulum and The Chemical Brothers.
Internationally, Creamfields is one of the few festivals to have successfully established itself on the global market with shows staged in Chile, Abu Dhabi, Ibiza, Malta, Argentina, Peru, Hong Kong and multiple cities across China to name a few.
In more recent times, Creamfields won the ‘Best Dance Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards in 2015, as well as ‘Best Major Festival’ in 2016. It was also awarded ‘Best Large Festival’ with Skiddle in 2019.
What began as an offshoot of the legendary Liverpool nightclub ‘Cream’ is now the UK’s oldest and most prestigious electronic dance music festival.