Creamfields announces brand new stage production enroute to sell-out ticket status
After losing a whole day of music to an unprecedented torrential downpour last summer, Creamfields was expected to return all-guns-blazing for 2013. Having already announced a £500,000 (approximately $765,000) investment in site maintenance and modifications for this year’s event, the infamous British festival has announced plans to bring a brand new stage production to the unsuspecting Cheshire countryside. True to the North American penchant for overbearing productions, the aptly named “Hurricane” will offer a 360-degree experience to attendees, rallying FX towers and the mainstay pyrotechnics that have hallmarked global festival culture over the past several years. Their claim to being the biggest stage production at any UK festival comes alongside word that the Creamfields is headed towards the sell-out 60,000 capacity mark, adding yet further fuel to this late-summer event and its 200-and-counting line-up of global dance talents. Hit more to see a sneak peak of the new stage and grab tickets at Ticketmaster.