Updated: Sunday, 17th June 2018 @ 7:49am

Creamfields set for record-breaking numbers as dance music fans warned festival tickets are almost sold-out

Creamfields set for record-breaking numbers as dance music fans warned festival tickets are almost sold-out

By Mancunian Matters staff

Dance festival Creamfields is expected to attract a record 55,000 this summer – and music fans are being warned to get their tickets fast.

The festival HQ have released a warning that tickets are expected to sell out for the fourth consecutive year in the next 14 days.

The three day camping event based in Daresbury, Cheshire, will host some of dance music’s biggest names, including David Guetta, The Chemical Brothers, Example and MM’s own columnist Jordan Suckley.

A favourite among Manchester dance music fans for years, thousands are expected to travel from the city to the August bank holiday festival.

A Creamfields shuttle bus runs between Manchester and Daresbury and tickets are £12 return. Buses are scheduled to leave from Sackville Street.

For more information visit http://www.creamfields.com/



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