Eric Prydz brings Brand New V O I D Show to Creamfields

Photos by Anthony Mooney (cover photo) and Warren Simmens

Creamfields is one of the biggest EDM festivals in the UK – having taken place since 1998. This year Creamfields has announced some mega talent for their 2019 lineup and will host the festival across 30 different areas. Over 200 different artists are on this stacked lineup – including two different sets from Eric Pyrdz.

Photo by Anthony Mooney

Eric Prydz will be performing as Cirez D as a b2b set with Adam Beyer on Sunday night closing out the Steel Yard stage. Eric Prydz will also be performing his own set debuting his V O I D show concept closing out the Steel Yard stage on Friday night. V O I D stands for “visual offset isometric design” and this stage concept was built specifically for the Steel Yard stage and structure. 

Prydz has curated other special event shows like HOLO and EPIC, which were also debuted on the Steel Yard stage. Pydrz will be bringing both HOLO and EPIC shows back this year as well – HOLO to the Steel Yard Festival in May and EPIC to Tomorrowland 2019 in July. 

The V O I D teaser video has been released to get everyone excited for the show debut at Creamfields. The video features an unreleased Eric Prydz track and a black hole slowly being formed into the O of the V O I D.

Photo by Anthony Mooney

Creamfields has already announced a seriously heavyweight line up, and now the additions continue as a new wave of artists have just been added including Peggy Gou, Heidi, Joris Voorn, Mistajam, Mauro Picotto, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Blastoyz, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, Maurice West, Noisecontrollers, NorthBase, Jack Eye Jones, TNT aka Technoboy ‘n’ Tuneboy, Dr Phunk, MC Dynamite, Mia More, Franky Wah, GenerikandLilRockit. 

Photo by Anthony Mooney

The latest additions will be joining the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Tiësto, Adam Beyer  Cirez D, The Chemical Brothers, Martin Garrix, Carl Cox, and Above & Beyond, to name just a few of the 300+ artists spread across 30 arenas. You can see the full artist announcement and 2019 lineup on our Creamfields Lineup Announcement post which breaks down all the artists by stage by day.

Photo by Warren Simmens

Creamfields returns to Daresbury, Cheshire, UK on Thursday August 22nd–Sunday August 25th over the Bank Holiday Weekend of 2019. Tickets are on sale now. For more info go to www.creamfields.com or to purchase tickets go to Resident Advisor or Ticketmaster UK

2019 Lineup

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