Eric Prydz has made an announcement sure to turn the heads of any progressive house fan considering adding Creamfields to their 2019 festival itinerary. Earlier in the year it came to light that he would perform a B2B set as Cirez D alongside Adam Beyer, and now he's revealed plans to debut a stage show called V O I D.
V O I D stands for "visual offset isometric design" and consists of a setup designed exclusively for Creamfields' 15,000 capacity Steel Yard structure. Considering what Prydz has previously delivered with his EPIC and HOLO stage shows, the U.K. festival's attendees should prepare for a one-of-a-kind experience.
Creamfields has taken place annually since 1998 and then relocated from Winchester to Liverpool for the following year's edition. In 2006 it relocated to its current location of Daresbury in Cheshire; recent editions have boasted daily attendance figures of roughly 70,000.
For the first time ever, Creamfields will put Friday and Friday-Saturday tickets on sale. For more information, visit the event website.
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