Creamfields Shares 2021 Lineup Marking Early Start Announcements

United Kingdom music festival Creamfields has, very suddenly, released its 2021 lineup. Expected to take place on August 26th – 29th next year, it seems extremely early for artists to be announced soon. However, according to sources, this may be the new normal for future music festival announcements.

Creamfields 2021 Lineup

The new Creamfields lineup features many exciting performances by some of the world’s most favorite dance music artists. Popular acts, such as Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Deadmau5, and Tchami, will be set to perform at the event. German sensation Boris Brejcha and his joker mask will also be making an appearance at the adored festival. Future attendees will also be able to experience Eric Prydz’s special Holosphere show. This means that fans will be able to witness the Swedish DJ perform within his outer-worldly sphere.

On the lineup, you can also see which day each artist will be expected to perform. Surely, Creamfields is prepared to hold a memorable event following its unfortunate cancellation.

Tickets to Creamfields 2021 will be going on sale this Friday, June 26th at 9 AM UK time. This is 4 AM EST/1 AM PT in the United States. Make sure to sign up for the sale and visit the official website for more information.

Creamfields Lineup.

The Future of Lineup and Ticket Sale Announcements

Creamfields announcement may have sparked the beginning of early lineup reveals and ticket sales. According to news publication Festive Owl, “We are essentially already in the 2021 lineup season at this point.”

Many festivals, particularly those that were canceled this summer, are expected to reveal their lineups and begin ticket sales sooner than normal. This is due to their unfortunate cancellations and the financial impacts they have faced because of the coronavirus. Early sales and lineup reveals will allow them to survive their financial hardships. In addition, the competition between festivals is expected to be especially fierce.

For the next coming months, expect some early announcements from many festivals taking place next year.

Simply put, we won’t be on a normal release schedule for 2021 lineups like in years past.

Posted by The Festive Owl on Wednesday, 24 June 2020